You work out in a "box," not a gym.
The first thing you do in the morning is check to see if the WOD is up.
You have nightmares about burpees.
Your wardrobe consists of more Lululemon and Reebok than anything else—and you have no shame wearing it when you're not exercising.
You can't remember the last time you did a bicep curl or a bicycle crunch.
You spend as much time cheering on other CrossFitters as you do actually working out.
Using cardio equipment seems like a foreign concept to you.
You know 27 different ways to use a kettlebell.
You and your friends have definitely compared callouses and blisters.
You forget what it feels like not to be sore.
When you find out your coworker does CrossFit, you immediately think you're besties.
You feel strongly that kipping pullups totally count.
You can never have enough chalk.
You complain about your workout every day—then rightfully brag about it when you're done.
Exercising solo sounds crazy.
Between AMRAP, WOD, and RX, you pretty much have your own language.