How To Form Crossfit Recovery Positions

High-intensity workouts like Crossfit MetCons most often leave athletes down on the floor, breathless, forming a so called recovery position.

We made a selection of top 23 photos from various European events. 

Crossfit Recovery poses

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Pain, struggle, suffering... from various events across Europe.

The official principals of a recovery pose go as: mouth is facing downward so fluid can drain out, the chin is up to keep epilottis opened, arm and legs are locked so the position of a person is stabilized. However, Crossfit athletes have been a little bit more creative and over the years developed new forms of Crossfit recovery poses.

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