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Working up a sweat: Demand increases for extreme workouts

Working up a sweat: Demand increases for extreme workouts

John Klessinger's work doesn't start until he's documented a plan of attack on the white board. His agenda could include overhead squats, pull ups, weightlifting and anything else he's found on fitness websites. At CrossFit South River, he and Erin Boensch lead 31 members through a series of military-style workouts. They opened their 1,500-square-foot facility at the Woodland Center in Edgewater last month. They are going to move to a nearby 2,600 square foot space that will allow them to provide more equipment for their daily exercises, which change daily. "Routine is the enemy," Boensch said. "People generally don't get bored with their workouts...

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