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We’re excited for a barbell free week of programming at CFD to celebrate our improved floors! (and to let the concrete cure😉) Get ready for lots of dumbbells, maybe a few burpees and as always lots of fun and fitness! Luckily the sun will be out for 90% of the week so any extra barbell work can be done outside in the sun! ☀️☀️☀️#crossfitdavis #crossfit #bringonthedumbbells #CFDisTHEplacetobe
3 Rounds of
15 Seconds of V-ups
45 Seconds Arch hold
60 Seconds Plank hold
In today’s skill work we have three difficult baseline gymnastic movements. There is a total of six minutes of work divided up in three two minute rounds. We’ll start each round with the most difficult movement and then progressively increase the time allotted for the “easier” movements. Scale each movement to a standard you can hold for the time allotted. V-ups can be scaled by slowing down your reps and resting for a moment between each rep. The arch difficulty can be scaled by pulling in your arms or bending slightly at the knees. We’ll spend a lot of time in the plank hold. Scale the plank by reducing your time spent in the hold by cutting the sixty second interval short and adding some rest before rounds two and three.
“Tabata Angie” *
* one minute rest between tabata’s
Today’s workout is a take on two familiar CrossFit.com workouts. We’ll follow the same format as the workouts “Angie” and “Tabata Something Else” but add a minute rest between stations. With the rest added between movements you will have a little extra time to recover as you transition. Unlike traditional Tabata scoring we we will score this workout by the total number of repetitions you complete across all four stations and thirty-two total work periods. Work at a sustainable effort but keep the intensity high for each effort knowing you have that minute rest waiting for you.