Last Tuesday, we did a WOD very similar to this today’s. The idea here is to test a similar cardiovascular capacity. Do you handle two shorter runs better than one long run? Both WODs involve a very skillful movement: Pistols last week, double unders this week. Do shorter sets of burpees tax your body more than one larger set where you can fall into a rhythm and keep moving? Changing the smallest element during a workout can completely change your body’s response. In CrossFit, we train so that we can adapt equally to any change in stimulus.
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CrossFit WOD for 8/17/2015:
Every Minute on the Minute for 11 Minutes:
2 Front Squats
Note: Start at about 55-60% of your last established 1 rep max. Increase your weight 5-10 lbs each minute. At minute 6, rest for the entire minute and reset the weight. Climb again.
Note 2: The front squat weight is pulled from the ground.
Run 1 mile
200 Double Unders
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