Like all hobbies, there’s usually a cost involved to participate. Some hobbies are more expensive than others, and the level of expense can vary, depending on how involved you are or how much you want to spend.
This year, I’ve spent a TON on CrossFit. I did an update 6 months ago HERE. Here’s the cost since then:
THE COSTS OF CROSSFIT
- Rower — $1000
- Rogue Echo Assault Bike — $750
- CrossFit competitions — about $600
- CrossFit clothes — $250
- CrossFit No Bull Shoes — $130
- Rogue Women’s Operator Barbell — $290
- Kettlebell — $50
- Brute Force Sandbags & Sand — $400
- Massage — $525
- Muscle Activation Therapy — $300
- Box Membership — $458.50
- Chiropractor — $200
- Sum total: $4953.50
Add this to the total for CrossFit since May, which was $2,067 and the Grand total is:
I spent a ton this year on my home CrossFit gym, which is CrossFit equipment that will last me a lifetime. Still, hobbies are expensive. Luckily, I really only have CrossFit, and luckily, I got a new job to pay for all of this.
It’s worth it — to have a passion that keeps you in shape, happy about yourself, relieves stress, and is healthy is actually priceless. I thought I spent a lot more than seven thousand dollars on CrossFit.
What’s your passion you spend a lot on?