100 kipps is maximum exertion in a short period of time?
I love how you throw out this random number. I have never once seen a workout that calls for 100 continuous kipping pull-ups. Now maybe some fvcker on the internet thought it was a good idea to film a video of him doing it, but there's no Crossfit WOD that calls for it.
Take Murph for example, it calls for 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups and 300 squats. Almost everyone will break that into some sort of circuit where you do 10 sets of 10-20-30 or 5 sets of 20-40-60. No one is just busting out 100 pull-ups without stopping. If they are, they're in better shape than you could possibly dream.
Try a 95% max squat or deadlift and get back to me champ.
Been there, done that, pretty much every day actually. You do know every Crossfit workout involves a heavy weigh-low rep Strength portion primarily composed of either an Olympic lift or deadlifts/squats before getting into the higher rep WODs that you see on TV right?
They've been doing them for decades champ. Except high intensity explosive exercises arent done for absurd numbers of reps.
form fails, and injury chances go WAYY up.
Form fails in all sorts of lifts, not just Crossfit. Your argument is actually that we should workout less because we're taxing our bodies too much? Ok, we'll just work out kinda hard like you then we'll never be tired and won't have to worry about form failure!
Again, with proper focus and muscle memory, form failure should be minimal.
ah yes, but again, sicne you are bastardizing the form ,we cant calculate the appriate FORCE applied to the muscle. Doing something 30 times doesnt give you power champ.
Not bastardizing the form. It's a different exercise. Do you still not understand how to do it after I detailed it for you?
Doing something insanely difficult once or twice gives you power.
I already mentioned how there are low-rep high-weight lift Strength segments in every workout.
bench is not an isolation lift... tell me more crossfit guru!
IF you want to count bench as a complex lift it's arguably the least complex lift humanly possible.
This argument is dumb though. I've been doing Crossfit for years. Before I did it I used to feel pain in my shoulders anytime I went water skiing or rock climbing. Now, I never have any issues. I find it extremely fun, I'm in insane shape, and I haven't had a single injury. Maybe I'm just lucky. I don't really give a shite. I enjoy it and the chicks dig the results so that's what matters