09/06/2019September 6, 2019
We would all come to quickly agree that quality repetition, through honed, focused practice, breeds mastery. We recognize this in application to our squat snatches, our double-unders, and every other movement in CrossFit.
What we donâ€™t always talk about, is how this concept applies to our personal lives. We are quick to see that we need more practice reps on the double-under to get better. Can we be just as quick to identify we need more repetitions on being more forgiving? On being more receptive to feedback? On maintaining an open-mind, despite having our own strong opinions?
Much like how we would pick up the jump rope and get to workâ€¦ letâ€™s do the same. Seek out the reps.
(teams of 3)
75 wallballs (20/14, 10′)
75 calorie row
**Starting at 0:00 and every 5 minutes complete a 200m run together
*When you get back from each run, pick up where you left off in the AMRAP
Rx (OPEN/PERFORMANCE): as written
Scaled (FITNESS): 14/10, 9′
1 Minute Light
1 Minute Moderate
1 Minute Moderate/Fast
The bike erg is the preferred machine used for this recovery effort, but any bike (or machine) will do
This is a 15 minute continuous effort, with no rest between rounds
Establish a Cal/Hr, RPM, or Wattage goal to hold for the light, moderate, and moderate/fast paces