People working very hard at high-intensity high-volume physical tasks are going to get hurt, no matter why they're doing the work. One of the reasons that Training results in long-term improvement is that it properly assesses the current state of the athlete and logically plans for improvement in a way that is sustainable, safe, specific to the goal, and therefore productive. Random exposure to varying levels of volume, intensity, rest, technical complexity, and power output cannot be sustainable, safe, specific, and productive.
I wouldn’t say that my diet is a typical crossfit diet because of some of my food choices, but I think the logic behind the diet I follow and a paleo or zone are similar. I don’t really think that one diet is better than the other, everyone should find what works for themselves. I don’t think any one diet can be applied to a group of athletes. There are too many factors in a diet that will determine if it will be the most effective diet for the individual. For example; energy system efficiency, hormone levels and metabolism (age, gender, body fat, etc all play roles), and food allergies, etc. will play a huge role in the ratio of macros that a person should take in to perform there best.
When shopping for a creatine monohydrate supplement make sure you choose a product that guarantees it to be free of impurities and only contain pure creatine monohydrate. Be aware of creatine supplements that claim to be better than the monohydrate form. No studies have proven this to be the case. Creatine monohydrate is the personally like to use a micronized form creatine monohydrate since it mixes easily in water and stays dissolved, making it easy to drink. This is because it’s milled into a really fine powder. Betancourt Micronized Creatine is a great choice. Each serving provides 5 grams of creatine monohydrate that mixes easily in water.