Comment on: “CrossFit and rhabdomyolysis: a case series of 11 patients presenting at a single academic institution”

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Comment on: “CrossFit and rhabdomyolysis: a case series of 11 patients presenting at a single academic institution”

We would like to congratulate Hopkins et al.1 on their study, CrossFit and rhabdomyolysis: a case series of 11 patients presenting at a single academic institution. This is an extremely relevant research topic since participation in CrossFit has shown major growth worldwide. The findings are relevant to the field and will prompt further research on rhabdomyolysis related to exercise in which high volume and intensity predominate.

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