Strength & Power WOD / MetCon WOD / Elite Training Camp 04.26.12

Strength & Power:

Steve G. preps for his next Jerk Wednesday morning

– Power snatch – 60% x 1 x 8
– Power clean & jerk – 60% x 1 x 8

(Testing for new 1-rep maxes will take place on Friday, Saturday, or at Open Gym on Sunday morning)


Rowing Form and Technique Work
*For Time:
Row 1500 M
250 M Ramp Run w/ MB (20/14)
1600 M Run
*Compare to 110111

Elite Training Camp:

Push Up

25 Injury Insights Every CrossFit Enthusiast Needs to Know


4 thoughts on “Strength & Power WOD / MetCon WOD / Elite Training Camp 04.26.12

  1. My favorite part :

    Crossfit, hiking is enjoyable without the need to clean and jerk tree trunks overhead and race each other to the bottom. Hard to believe but there was a life before Crossfit! Trust me, it is still enjoyable if you cannot perform epic feats of fitness.

    Haha, so awesome, so true!

  2. With all of her ailments, “I had shin splints, regular migraines, plantar fascia, bicipital tendonitis, impinged shoulders, nasty hip pain and sciatica radiating down my life leg. My back spasms were better, but ongoing…” this lady sounds like a train wreck and makes any ache I could whine about seem like a paper cut. Yikes!

    After years of competing in sports from youth park leagues through college where mental toughness was something preached and praised (even my dad would exclaim “suck it up, buttercup” when I’d whine about something), it is difficult not to have the same mentality during WODs. This was a good and timely article that I definitely needed to read. Thank you for posting.

  3. this article is exactly how i feel right now with my injury (except the crying part 🙂 ). and i learned a new term, ModWoD. so josh, can i do just half of the mile run tonight even though i have a bum shoulder and not a leg or foot injury? just kidding…..

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