20 PLANK UPS
SPIDER CRAWL TO ELBOW DROP LENGTH
:10 HS HOLD
WOD (Your name here if you improve the most since last time)
MAX BURPEES REMAINDER OF TIME
*score is number of burpees.
MAX OUT FRIDAY
TAKE 5 ATTEMPTS TO FIND YOUR FASTEST....
IF YOU HAD ONE EXTRA HOUR OF FREE TIME PER DAY HOW WOULD YOU SPEND IT?
10 ARM CIRCLES
10 ARM SWINGS
10 LEG SWINGS
10 ANKLE ROLLS
3:00 LAX SHOULDER MOBILITY
1)4X2+1 POWER CLEAN + FRONT SQUAT
2)BACK SQUAT @ 5-3-2-1-1-1 @ +5
3)2 ROUNDS 30 BANDED GOOD MORNINGS,30 V-UPS, :60 PLANK
1)4X2 POWER JERK @ 60, 70, 75, 75
2)4X2 NO FEET CLEAN @ 70, 75, 80,80
3)4X2 CLEAN @ 80, 85, 85, 85
30 KB THRUSTERS (15/15)
50 KB SWINGS
50 KB SWINGS
30 KB THRUSTERS (15/15)
FOR ONE YEAR YOU HAVE TO WEAR ONE T-SHIRT WITH ONE WORD ON IT... WHICH WORD WOULD YOU CHOOSE?
Small Lifestyle Changes with Big Impacts
by gregor winter
Check out the “What are the small lifestyle changes you’ve made that have had big impacts for you?” thread.
Here are a couple of good points mentioned in that post.
WHAT ARE SOME SMALL CHANGES THAT YOU'VE MADE THAT HAVE HAD A BIG IMPACT?? POST EM UP!!
1)DEADLIFT - 5-3-3-1-1-1
2)3X6 TURKISH GETUP; SLOW AND CONTROLED @ AHAP
3)3 ROUNDS OF 10 WALL BALL SHOTS, 15 BURPEES, 20 SUPINE RING ROW
1)4X1+2 SNATCH PULL + SNATCH @ 60,70,75,75
2)3X2+2 POWER SNATCH + OHS @ 50, 60, 70
3A)2X10 STEP-UP KNEE DRIVE @ 95/65
3B)2X5 STAGGERED FEET GOOD MORNINGS (5R/5L)
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE COMMERCIAL?
The Top Ten Mistakes CrossFitters Make
BY: TALAYNA FORTUNATO
Talayna Fortunato is not only a physical therapist with a CrossFit habit – finishing 5th and 3rd at the last two CrossFit Games, respectively – but she also has some sage advice for everyday CrossFit athletes. Originally published on the WODSuperStore site as Top 10 Mistakes CrossFitters Make, here she presents some of the major pitfalls athletes make as they develop in the sport.
1. Not Warming Up Properly
[I]t’s imperative to put in the time for an adequate warm-up and mobility work. If you don’t put in the time now you’ll put it in later when you have an injury.
Every day it takes me around 30 minutes to warm-up. I start with easy cardio for 5-10 min. then do some light foam rolling and stretching, leg swings, lunges, rotator cuff exercises, and finally movements specific to the workout I’m about to do.
My warm-up has gotten more extensive (and longer) with each year I do CrossFit. Almost to the point that it started to annoy me, and then I remembered back to my gymnastics days: Ever since I was on team at age 8, I remember our warm-ups taking us at least 30 minutes with all of the stretching and other calisthenics we did.
Even though we were young and healthy I believe the gymnastics coaches knew what they were doing to keep us that way. With the intensity of competitive CrossFit, it’s imperative to put in the time for an adequate warm-up and mobility work. If you don’t put in the time now you’ll put it in later when you have an injury.
2. Eating Too Strict of a Paleo Diet
If you are a recreational CrossFitter, following a Paleo lifestyle is probably nutritionally adequate and a good way of maintaining longevity and health. However, if you are a competitive-level athlete and training intensely more than an hour a day, your main source of energy is carbohydrates, and strict Paleo simply does not provide enough sources of them.
Now I’m not saying to go out and carb-load on pasta, bread, or sugar. That’s just an inflammatory insulin bomb. I am saying look for complex sources of carbohydrates from plants and low glycemic grains to add into your diet, especially when training is at its peak.
During an interview at the Games, every individual athlete was asked who follows a Paleo diet, and not a single one raised their hand.
3. Sacrificing Technique and Movement Efficiency for Intensity and Eventual Technical Breakdown
CrossFit gets results due to the intensity of the workouts, but that doesn’t mean throw all good form out the window. For example, if your back starts rounding when you’re pulling from the ground or you’re chasing wildly after snatches, it’s time to put the bar down until you can regain efficiency. Your back and other body parts will thank you later!
Also if you’re compromising range of motion enough to miss consecutive reps, take a quick rest before you go again. Otherwise you are ingraining poor habits and when you reach that place of pain and fatigue again in competition guess what’ll happen… No Rep!
4. Doing Volume for Volume’s Sake Without IntentHave a purpose! More is not better; better is better.
CrossFitters are notorious for thinking that when they are getting ready to compete, more is better. This mindset leads to the performance of multiple hero WODs in a day with the intent of “loading,” when what it really does is break the athlete down with laborious repetition and impede lasting gains.
More is not better; better is better. Having a purpose, i.e. knowing the energy system and muscular groups you’re trying to tax during a workout allows you to work smart and hard, not just hard. Again, your body will also thank you later!
Read Understanding How To Use Extra Workouts.
5. Cherry Picking Workouts and/or Jumping Around Programs
This is for the CrossFitter who walks into the gym and decides when they get there what workout they’re going to do based on what their gym posts and which one of the blogs they follow appears best that day. Blogs are written for a reason, with progressive intent to allow your workouts to build upon themselves for measurable improvements in your numbers.
If you jump from program to program, weekly or even daily, that progress is completely short-circuited. Not to mention you’re probably doing mostly what you’re good at and not working your weaknesses enough.
6. Following a Strength Progression that Doesn’t Makes Sense or One Without Any Progression at All
The body adapts to load by responding to meet the load in the form of muscular hypertrophy. There have been many studies showing the best percentages of max load, sets, reps, and frequency to produce optimal gains without under- or overloading the athlete. These studies have produced named strength progression tables, squat cycles, and the like.
If you jump from program to program, weekly or even daily, that progress is completely short-circuited.
You can reinvent the wheel and use yourself as a guinea pig to do your own research, or you can find a viable progression and just follow it. I’ll give you one guess what most long-term successful athletes do.
One other thought to keep in mind is how much loading your conditioning work is providing. An example would be making your conditioning heavy on the weights during the heaviest week of a strength loading cycle (no bueno).
7. Forgetting to Supplement Your Program with Basics, Strict Strength, and Supplemental Work
Just because you can kip almost any movement in CrossFit doesn’t mean it’s in your best interest to do so all of the time. Working strict strength with things like dumbbell press or tempo bench press can do wonders for the strength of your jerk or stamina of kipping handstand push-ups.
Sometimes to get better at a complex movement you need better strength with the basics as well. Think along the lines of how important the hollow position is during kipping in general and you’ll see why doing hollow rocks would have carry over into almost all gymnastics movements.
Basic skills and strict strength also overlap with supplemental work, which can be a great way to address muscular imbalances and push past plateaus. Supplemental work is also a staple in the work of some of the strongest people on the planet who employ Louie Simmons‘ conjugate method.
8. Waiting >90min. to Replenish After a Hard Training Session or Only Replenishing Protein
The fact is the majority of CrossFitters do not need a liquid protein shake post-workout. If you are just doing CrossFit as part of a healthy lifestyle or you are trying to decrease body fat, then a meal consisting of lean protein, nutrient-dense carbs (vegetables) and healthy fat is best post-workout.
However, if you are participating in CrossFit as a competitive athlete and are completing multiple grueling and taxing workouts several days per week (and many times twice per day), your post-workout nutrition becomes vital to your success. Although this is a very individualized thing, there are some constants — the first being that you need more than just protein after each session.
Protein combined with carbohydrates is essential immediately following a workout — it’s just a matter of how much of each based on the individual. The ideal ratio of carbs:protein can typically run anywhere from 2:1 to 4:1 depending on the athlete’s body composition and type of training session just completed.
The source of carbohydrates should be something that will work quickly with minimal interference. Some examples would be maltodextrin or sugar. The priority is timing and you want to make sure this liquid shake is taken immediately after the session is completed in order to replenish your glycogen stores decreased from training and spark muscle protein synthesis.
Approximately one hour after drinking this shake, you should then consume a whole foods meal consisting of lean protein and carbohydrates. A great example of that would be some grilled chicken and a sweet potato. Again, the amounts of protein and carbs are extremely individualized. It doesn’t have to be the size of a traditional dinner, and each athlete must find their ideal ratio, but the constant is timing and the combining of the two macronutrients.
9. Skimping on Sleep and Skipping Rest Days
Continuing to workout through a certain level of fatigue or soreness can actually be counterproductive long term.
Nearly as important as what you’re doing in the gym is what you’re doing outside of the gym. The ability to recover is instrumental to seeing consistent gains in athletic performance.
Growth Hormone (GH) is an essential part of that recovery. It allows the body to repair itself after intense exercise through muscular hypertrophy and plays a significant role in the maintenance of lean body mass. Nearly 50% of GH secretion occurs during the third and fourth NREM sleep stages.
If you are regularly skimping on sleep by 2 or more hours, you are missing the body’s prime production time of GH, and thereby not recovering as you could or should be. Basically all the effort you put into your squat cycle was just thwarted by a significant percentage if you were sleep-deprived during it.
Another important aspect of recovery is taking needed rest days. Continuing to workout through a certain level of fatigue or soreness can actually be counterproductive long term.
10. Asking for Advice and Then Not Implementing it
2:00 30/30 OF SINGLE UNDERS/HOLLOW ROCKS
2:00 30/30 OF KNEES TO ELBOWS/SUPERMAN
2:00 30/30 KB FIGURE 8'S/HAND TO HAND KB SWINGS
1)5X3 FRONT SQUAT
2)8 AMRAP OF 5 OVERHEAD KB LUNGE, 7 BURPEES, 9 SITUPS
1)4X3 JERK PRESS@ 50
2)3+3+3 HANG CLEAN PULL + HANG CLEAN + SQUAT @ 60-70-75-75
3)3X3 FSQ @ 75
15 SECONDS MAX EFFORT KB SWINGS @ AHAP
15 SECONDS MAX EFFORT RING ROWS
REST REMAINDER OF MINUTE
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT CAME OUT TO DO MURPH TODAY IN MEMORY OF ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED!
1 mile Run
1 mile Run
In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005.
This workout was one of Mike's favorites and he'd named it "Body Armor". From here on it will be referred to as "Murph" in honor of the focused warrior and great American who wanted nothing more in life than to serve this great country and the beautiful people who make it what it is.
Partition the pull-ups, push-ups, and squats as needed. Start and finish with a mile run. If you've got a twenty pound vest or body armor, wear it.
5 MANUAL RESISTANCE HAMSTRINGS
5 VERTICAL JUMPS FOR HEIGHT
:30 CONTRALATERAL DEADBUGS
10 STRICT TOES TO BAR
3X10 DEADLIFT @ 65% OF 5RM
FIGHT GONE BAD
3 ROUNDS FOR TOTAL REPS
1 MINUTE AT EACH STATION
WALL BALL (20/14)
BOX JUMP (20)
PUSH PRESS (75/55)
ROW FOR CALORIES
3 NINJA ROLL UP TO VERTICAL JUMP
10 PUSH UPS
100' KB WALKING LUNGE
100' MAX # YOKE WALK; NO DROPS EXCEPT FOR TURN AROUND
20 DB BURPEE PRESS
75 4-COUNT FLUTTER KICKS
100 DOUBLE UNDERS
75 4-COUNT FLUTTER KICKS
20 DB BURPEE PRESS
IF YOU COULD BE INVISIBLE FOR THE DAY WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
5 PULL UPS
10 PUSH UPS
:30 GOBLET SQUAT HOLD
:30 QUICK FEET (OVER OVER BACK BACK)
1)5X3 DEADLIFT @ +10 FROM TUESDAY
2)3X10 DB HANG CLEAN + 1/2 PRESS
3A)3X10 RING CIRCLES (10 IN/ 10 OUT)
3B)3X10 STRICT HANGING KNEE RAISE
1)4X1 SNATCH BAL + 2 OHS @ 50-60-65-65
2)5X2+2 SNATCH PULL + HANG SNATCH
3A)3X5 1-1/4 BAR DIPS
3B)3X10 STRICT TTB
3 CLUSTER @ 70% CJ
IF YOU WERE A TEACHER WHAT SUBJECT WOULD YOU WANT TO TEACH?
friendly reminders on some upcoming events!!
Any inquiries can be sent to email@example.com. We hope to see everyone there!
ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY MURPH IS TAKING PLACE:
MONDAY, MAY 25TH @ 9:00AM. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND AND PARTAKE IN THE EVENT. IF YOU HAVEN'T SIGNED UP YET, PLEASE DO SO VIA ZEN PLANNER OR CONTACT US DIRECTLY AT INFO@APACHECROSSFIT.COM
(TOES TO) BAR CRAWL; SATURDAY, MAY 30TH @ 6:30PM.
COME OUT FOR A FUN NIGHT DOWN THE BOARDWALK WITH THE APACHE CREW. MEETING PLACE WILL BE FINALIZED CLOSER TO EVENT.
DIANE FU OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING SEMINAR BY FU BARBELL; JUNE 7TH @ 9:00AM. Spend a full day with Diane Fu getting under the bar and learning about progressions, technical details of lifts, programming, as well as mobility. This isn't your run of the mill seminar where you'll be taking notes. Come ready to lift, be analyzed, and PR while also learning how to apply everything to your CrossFit training. This should not be missed!
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1x SN/BAL WARMUP
10 ELEVATED TO DL
1)BSQ @ 3-2-2-1-1 ; +5
-2:00 JUMPING LUNGE
-2:00 KB SWINGS
1)4X3 POWER JERK @ 50-60-65-65
2)5X2+2 CLEAN PULL + HANG CLEAN @ 50-60-65-65
3A)2X5 KB SNATCH @ 70/53
3B)2X10 PLYO PUSHUP
4 ROUNDS FOR TIME
25 BOX JUMP
25 THRUSTER @ 45#
YOU CAN RID THE WORLD OF ONE THING, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
20 EACH WITH PVC
1)5x5 DEADLIFT + 5
2)2x15 BULGARIAN SPLIT SQUAT @ 45/30
3)3x10 THRUSTER @ 105/75
1)5x2 SNATCH @ 65-70-75-80-80
2)3x5 SNATCH PULL @ 80
3a)2xME WIDE GRIP PU + 10 T2B
:60 AIR SQUAT
WHAT IS SOMETHING YOU CAN DO BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE YOU KNOW?