WOD 4/29/09

Cup o’ Coffee”

2 Rounds

25 Swings (55/35)

25 Ring Push Ups

25 GHD Sit Ups

25 Back Extensions

25 Knees to Elbows

Not too hellacious, but not easy either. A day’s break before we hit ME 1RM’s in Squats tomorrow. So, we are saving the legs a tad today and working the MetCon on it’s own. It’s short and sweet for a reason. I have done this in 3 rounds and the power output dropped off too much for my liking. This way, you still can go hard and maintain a nice power output without crashing and burning. Remember, shorter high output, high intensity WOD’s are a much more dynaminc building block to your fitness instead of always doing long, drawn out WOD’s that burn you down. That’s okay once in a while, in fact it’s a necesity, but after a lot of ME work something like this is enough to keep moving forward yet give the CNS a little break. This WOD is self explanatory, except for the name I gave it- Any ideas?

GO!

4 thoughts on “WOD 4/29/09

  1. Christian

    We did get your evite and appreciated you guys thinking of us. Unfortunately, we are celebrating ARCFit’s one year anniversary at a house party hosted by one of our client’s. There will be 5 of us competing in Aromas this weekend and we will do our best to rep Sac-town!

    Have fun!

    Kathleen, Christian and Chad

  2. I prefer the latter….it keeps you on your toes and forces you to use your own gray matter – CrossFit for the brain. I grew up in Humboldt County, so my manner of thinking has a basis and justification….

    One day “the time will come to talk of a great many things” said the walrus…. What story was that line from? 😉

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