CrossFit Lingo - It's A Thing. How Many Of These Words Do You Know?

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Are you a Crossfit champ?

Do you workout at Crossfit and understand all its lingo? Take quiz to find out how well you know these Crossfit terms!

 Nov 25, 2018

1 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What does "box" describe?
A Crossfit gym
The treadmill
The locker room

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"Chipper" describes:
Happy to be at the gym
A workout that combines a lot of moves a lot of times
A place where you throw your towels

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A couplet is:
A couple who met at the gym
Double reps of the same exercise
2 complimentary exercises put together in a specific set formation

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"EMOM" means:
Every minute on the movement
Every minute on the minute
Every muscle on the minute

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"For time" means:
The hour you spend with your trainer
A workout you only do once
A timed workout

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A "kip" describes:
Using full-body momentum to do a move
Jumping rope once and have the rope go around twice
Three sets of the same exercise

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Who, or what, are "the girls"?
Female trainers who work at Crossfit
Workouts for women
Benchmark workouts

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What do "bumper plates" describe?
Rubberized barbell plates
A rowing machine
Back to back workouts

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What does "GHD" stand for?
Good Hip Development
Glute Hip Developer
Glute Ham Developer

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What does a "double under" describe?
Staying on the stairmaster twice as long as you normally would
Lifting twice as much as you usually do
Jumping rope once and have the rope go around twice

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What does "WOD" stand for?
Workout of the Day
Weight Over Development
Weight of the Day

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"AMRAP" means:
As many rounds as possible
A muscle rep at peak
As many reps as possible

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What are "burpees"?
Eating to much and expelling gas
A move that starts with a stand and leads to a plank jump
Clanking the weights when lifting

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What does "bs" mean?
Back squat
Build support
Body sets

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What is "DNF" an acronym for?
Development needs support
Did not finish
Do not sit

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What does "GPP" mean?
General physical preparedness
Growing physical preparedness
Great physical preparedness

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"PU" describes:
Someone who sweats too much while working out
Pull ups
Press under

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What does "pood" describe?
Someone who's tired after a workout
A person who's missed a trainer appointment
A weight measure for kettlebells
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Do you love to workout? Is getting exercise your favorite thing in the world to do? If so and if you're a member of Crossfit, you'll be able to answer questions about all things Crossfit lingo in this fun but challenging mental exercise!

Crossfit has taken the country by storm, with gyms popping up in practically every neighborhood! It is a type of training that will make you stronger, fitter, more robust, more toned and builds muscle across a wide range of different exercises. It uses varying degrees of intensity and timing to test your body in different ways. And with all that, there are a whole slew o new terms to learn too! That's right—Crossfit has its very own lingo! If you're not into Crossfit, it can sound like a whole other language. In fact, there's so much of it that it's kind of like a whole new vernacular, and it can be a bit intimidating for newbies, but if you think you know what the box, WOD, the girls, and Chipper mean (to name a few terms ), this is the quiz for you!

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