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Love the feeling of training with a book? The following reads will equip you with all the knowledge you need about CrossFit and improve your fitness level.

First: What It Takes to Win by Rich Froning Jr.

Rich Froning has been crowned as “The Fittest Man on Earth”, and he shares his experiences in his book. He has strength and discipline, but he knows it takes more than physical strength and discipline to compete and win at the highest level. Froning talks about how mental and spiritual toughness will get you to the level of fitness you desire.

Constructing The CrossFit Games by Dave Castro

The CrossFit Games determine who the fittest is in the world. The competition is not a simple one to organize, and Dave Castro goes out of his way to explain every single aspect of the competition and why it still has fans streaming in from across the world.

How I Became the Fittest Woman on Earth: My Story So Far by Tia-Clair Toomey

Toomey was not always the champ she is today. She competed in primary school, but even though she was not always the best athlete in school, she has always pushed herself to the limit to become a better athlete every day. She tells a story of how she was always the underdog and how she became the fittest woman on earth.

New Anatomy for Strength and Fitness Training by Mark Vella

Readers will find more than 75 exercises, more than 100 anatomical illustrations of 70 muscles in action, and detailed descriptions and figures in full colour. Read a guide on how to increase your flexibility and strength. Find expert instructions for strength training and gym fitness.

This understanding will teach you how your body responds to each movement. Read these books to learn more about training programs, CrossFit, endurance, drills, and training strategies that will optimize your performance during training.

This book gives readers a greater understanding and visual insight into what happens to your muscles when you exercise. Contact a health practitioner before attempting any exercise or training regime that you feel uncomfortable with.