When I was diagnosed with osteoporosis at age 51, Crossfit was recommended to me as a way to get a full-body, high intensity workout to help battle the disease in a healthy, natural way. But I had always been a lone exerciser, was intimidated by gyms and didn’t really like exercise classes or group activities. So I continued with my regimen of some running, some cycling, a lot of walking, and when I was really disciplined, some strength training at home. Three years later I found myself unmotivated and unenthusiastic about fitness and I knew I needed help. I had to find some motivation and, dare I say it, maybe even some accountability.