META: Our collection of the best and funniest crossfit jokes and memes on the internet. Funny crossfitmemes from tumblr, Instagram, Reddit, and more.
If you’re a Crossfit fanatic, you’ll love our collection of hilarious Crossfit jokes and memes. And if you’re friends with someone who won’t stop talking about Crossfit, you’ll also love our collection of hilarious Crossfit jokes and memes!
We looked all over the internet for the best and funniest Crossfit jokes and memes to help you survive
your next workout. Get ready for the laughs!
The ultimate motivation
“I measure my fitness in terms of zombie hordes. Think you can outrun a bunch of virus turned maniacs?
Pull yourself up that wall to escape? No? Back to the gym, we go.”
Such a rude question anyway
“Next time someone asks you how much you weigh, tell them one hundred and sexy.”
Where do I apply?
● Do you lift?
● Do you love peanut butter?
● Can you squat more than me?
● Do you like cuddling?
● Are you ambitious?
When IT people get into Crossfit
“Toning is for printers. I lift.”
I don’t know how anyone does it
“Cutting weight for the American Open during the holidays is easy. It’s like riding a bike. Except the bike
is on fire. And the ground is on fire. And everything is on fire because you’re in hell.”
The struggle is real
“I want a hot body, but I also want hot wings.”
It’s honestly getting pretty close
“My blood type is protein.”
You forgot the guy screaming at you to go faster
“How many Crossfitters does it take to change a lightbulb? Three: one to do it in record time, one to film
it, and one to complain about proper form.”
I personally use the sound as motivation
Turnip the music, I can still hear the newbies screaming!”
I think we all know you’re both
“I’m not a douche; I’m Crossfit confident.”
And it was on Instagram two minutes later
“An atheist, a vegan, and a Crossfitter walk into a bar…I only know because they told everyone within
We’re not doing it for you anyway
“When I hear, ‘No man wants a girl that’s stronger than him.’ I’m like, ‘Ain’t nobody looking for a weak
ass man either.”
They probably buy in bulk
“Why do all Crossfit gyms have chalk? You can use it to mark where the bodies fell.
That’s what makes it so exciting, though
“Crossfit is what happens when you replace effectiveness and safety with injuries and danger.”
And then we all died
“I heard you were sore from squats, so I programmed squats to recover from squats.”
A philosophical question for the modern age
“If a Crossfitter does a WOD but doesn’t post it on Instagram, did it really happen?”
Including ones I didn’t know existed
“Crossfit: making a new muscle hurt every day.”
I think they were reincarnated as butts, though
“Moment of silence for all boobs that have been lost on our fitness journey.”
We’re all gluttons for punishment
“Crossfit: getting your ass handed to you every day, and going back for more.”
Good thing we feed off of your disapproval
“When someone says lifting is dangerous for a girl: ‘Hmm guess I’ll die then.’”
Every newbie’s dream
“I did my first double under today, so I guess you could say things are gettin’ pretty serious.”
It’s just like the hair of the dog for a hangover
“The cure for Crossfit soreness is a rest day? False. The cure for Crossfit soreness is more Crossfit.”
Reverse Fight Club
“First rule of Crossfit: always talk about Crossfit.
Second rule of Crossfit: always talk about Crossfit.”
Show them who’s boss
“I don’t always take a rest day, but when I do, it’s to give the weights a day off.”
I thought I was the only one!
“The struggle lies not in lifting the weight, but in getting the damn clip off.”
The unspoken truth
“I know I say I hate being sore, but I actually like it…a lot.”
If you don’t get slapped, she’s a keeper
“Crossfit dating: where you offer to show her your thruster if she’ll show you her snatch.”
Why not be the best at everything?
“Crossfit?? I play real sports…I am not trying to be the best at exercising.”
“Tell someone that you ‘work out,’ and no one bats an eye. Say that you ‘do Crossfit,’ and everyone
loses their minds.”
The scariest horror story of all time
“I did the open WOD at home, but I forgot to press record.”
We all know it’s true, but we do it anyway
“Crossfit is a mix of cardio, strength training, and incessantly talking about Crossfit.
That’s if the ball doesn’t kill me first
“I don’t always do 150 wall balls, but when I do, I want to kill myself.”
It can be so hard to stay away!
“Sometimes I wonder if the box ever misses me back.”
Show off your battle scars
“When you are proud of your bruises, there is either something wrong with you, or you do Crossfit.”
Don’t fear the…kettlebell?
“I’ve got a fever, and the only prescription is more kettlebell.”
I’m still waiting ☹
“The day will come when you are not the slowest person at your box, but it is not this day.”
Horror story part 2
“I picked my wedgie immediately after chalking up.”
Maybe that’s why my friends don’t call me back…
“I don’t always talk about Crossfit…just kidding!”
That’s how it starts!
“I just got a tub of whey protein powder, so I guess you could say things are getting pretty serious.”
“’I don’t like what Crossfit is doing to my body’ said no one ever.”
My mantra. May it serve you well.
“I work out so I can eat.
I work out so I can eat.
I work out so I can eat.”
Eating anything after a workout
“I don’t always eat cookies, but when I do, I eat them in a horrifyingly violent manner.”
I’ve fantasized about saying this to my coach
“You guys rap…while I nap!”
Everyone knows it’s true
“Planning a WOD is pure chemistry: one part cardio, two parts weightlifting, and three parts sadism.”
We really just can’t help ourselves
“Accidentally asked a Crossfit person about Crossfit, lost 45 minutes of my day.”
It’s honestly just a coin flip
“If a vegan does Crossfit, which do they talk about first?”
“The rowing machine: the few minutes in your day where you utterly regret living.”
Don’t ask, don’t tell
“Don’t tell my Crossfit coach what I do on my rest day.”
I hope that’s not the only difference…
“What’s the difference between people with herpes and people who Crossfit? People who Crossfit are proud of their blisters.”
The six stages of WOD grief
1. Denial: “Well, that doesn’t look that bad…”
2. Bargaining: “Maybe I should scale the thrusters…”
3. Anger: “We just DID wall balls yesterday!”
4. Depression: “No rep.”
5. Acceptance: “I think I could have done it faster.”
6. Commitment: “What time tomorrow?”
Every. Single. Day.
“I don’t always have to pee, but when I do, it’s 10 seconds before a WOD.”
Eight things you shouldn’t say to your non-Crossfitting friends
1. “Double-unders? Piece of cake.”
2. “Extra bacon, please!”
3. “It felt GOOD when I killed Cindy!”
4. “You do Zumba?? Bwahahahaha…”
5. But it’s a GOOD cult!”
6. “It’s not too heavy, you’re too weak!”
7. “Your workout is my warm-up.”
8. “Ever seen an ass-crack rash?”
It’s a wonderful feeling
“I’m starting to see definition in my legs, so I guess you can say things are getting pretty serious.”
After every workout
“Did a Crossfit workout and didn’t die…of course, it’s 3 hours later, I still haven’t caught my breath, and
my whole body is in agony. I think I’d prefer it if I were dead!”
Not funny, just true
“If you continuously compete with others, you become bitter. But if you continuously compete with
yourself, you become better.”
“Squats after a Mexican lunch? I too like to live dangerously.”
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts
“I don’t like wallballs, running, box jumps, thrusters, clusters, and definitely not burpees…but I love
“Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Go to the gym.
End of poem.”
Another true romantic
“You’re the reason I get up in the morning.
…Just kidding, I have Crossfit.”
And it tastes damn good, too
“Crossfit: we eat pain for breakfast.”
“I’m not strong for a girl; I’m just strong.”
I think we just don’t have anything else to talk about
“How do you know if someone does Crossfit?
You’ll know because it’s all they fucking talk about.”
After a workout
“I think I just paid someone to beat me up.”
I think we’ve all been there
“Breaking your diet by eating one biscuit, thinking ‘fuck it’ and going on to eat three burgers, eight
cakes, five slices of toast, pasta, and a small village.”