The Numbers: 3/9/11

Posted: March 10, 2011 in CrossFit, Media, Training
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Today was another installment of “Weakness Wednesday” at the gym. Most people, to my surprise, chose to work on Handstand Push-Ups and Pull-Ups. After we spent about half of the class on those movements, we moved onto the workout.

It was a pretty simple triplet that was centered around fixed time intervals. That meant athletes were to complete 10 repititions each of Wall Ball Tosses, Box Jumps and Push-Ups in 90 seconds. If time remained during the 90 seconds, it was used for rest before starting the next round! If a complete round of all 30 reps was not completed, athletes were still to finish that round, and rest for the remainder of the next one.

Basically, if you moved through all 10 rounds in under 90 seconds each, you were done fastest. If you missed one round, you would finish the 10 completed rounds of your workout 90 seconds later, and so on. This one started to get to people around the 6-8 minute mark. Great effort today, everyone!

Workout of the Day:
Complete 10 rounds of 90 seconds each of-
10 Wall Ball Tosses / 10 Box Jumps / 10 Push-Ups

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