Dr. Christopher O'Grady's eBook:
CrossFit: An Orthopaedic Surgeon's Perspective
Learn more about injuries, workouts and myths.
Since its introduction in 2000, CrossFit has risen to become a highly popular workout and fitness program with hundreds of thousands of athletes worldwide. CrossFit gyms are located in 142 countries across seven continents.
CrossFit combines aspects of aerobics, calisthenics, weightlifting, gymnastics and other activities, all performed at high-intensity levels. Most CrossFitters work out in a class setting at a CrossFit gym, while some work out at home.
The overall goal: Complete the given workout in the lowest time possible or complete as many reps as you can of the assigned workout within a specific time limit to optimize competence in each fitness domain.
This Guide Covers:
- CrossFit Safety
- Common CrossFit Injuries
- CrossFit Myths
- Why CrossFit Injuries Occur
- How to Prevent Injuries
- When to See an Orthopaedic Surgeon
Take a Sneak Peek Inside This Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be a professional athlete to see Dr. O'Grady?
Absoultely not. O’Grady Orthopaedics offers the same level of care for athletes and non-athletes of all ages and skill levels – from professionals to weekend warriors to high school athletes.
Where are you located?
O'Grady Orthopaedics is located in the Andrews Institue in Gulf Breeze, Florida.