thanks - this is a great conversation for my needs.
I did a crossfit class last week and really enjoyed it. I usually try to do a very diverse workout week - one day running, one day swimming, one day powerlifting, one day yoga, and a few sessions of boxing. crossfit seems to cover soem of the things that I don't get elsewhere - mostly related to explosivness and sprining, when I run I run a long distance, but at a slow jog.
the other thing is that I like to excersize before 7 in the morning, 5 or 6. my gym has crossfit 3 mornings a week at 9:30 and 6 days a week at 5:30 pm. but there is a crossfit only place that has about 30 sessions a week, including a 5 am daily, but it costs 100 bucks, and that's on top of what I pay now for my boxing gym and my wieght gym. so, I am toying with the idea of joining, to get more cardio at the time that I like, and then maybe giving up some of the private boxing lessons I do.
I want to see how it goes doing 2 crossfit classes a week, on top of my regular stuff. I think that it will give me something that I am not getting with the rest of the stuff I do, then I'll see. but the idea of going to only crossfit isn't really the way I'd like to go, right now