What is a CrossFit body? What is a dancer's body? What is a yoga body? What is a pilates body?
Whatever that body is that happens to be doing CrossFit, dancing, yoga, or pilates.
In your quest to achieve your health and fitness aims, don't tie your esteem and confidence to a look that supposedly goes with whatever your skill, sport, or passion is. I know extremely muscular guys that are incredibly flexible. They wouldn't bring to mind a "yoga body", but they'd kill in a yoga class. I know women with small frames, but can out-deadlift all the women I know, and half the men I know as well. I always hear the term a "dancer's" body, but if you have a body, and that body has rhythm, you have a dancer's body. I've seen folks of all shapes and sizes who are amazing dancers, and no one watches them caring an iota about how thick their thighs are.
If you care about aesthetics, you must do a disciplined combination of exercise, proper nutrition, rest and less stress. There are certainly fitness formats and training protocols that will aid in that cause, but it's also perfectly okay to enjoy doing an activity for it's own sake without feeling pressure to possess a socially-driven, marketed look for it. Love the skin you're in, and love what you do.