CrossFit Open 21.3. Oh yea, and .4 A double-header that’s less straightforward than the previous two Open workouts, it’s got a whole lot of everything involved. So, make sure you are familiar with the rules, tie-break times and your strategy for each portion of the workout and you’ll be all set up for success. Below
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21.2 EW EW EW. Now that that’s out of my system, lets get to strategizing. 21.2 is a repeat of 17.1; the first Open workout of 2017 in which 44% of men and 27% of women finished in under the 20:00 time cap. It’s a tough workout, there’s no doubt about that, but the toughest
And just like that the 2021 CrossFit Open has begun. And the first workout as predicted is a very accessible one, but a very intensive one nonetheless. So, lets get to strategizing. You’ve got an ascending ladder of wall walks and double-unders to contend with for this one. So that means a whole lot of
My first experience at regionals was an overwhelming one, but I wouldn’t change a second of it. From spending hours prepping the athlete’s food and writing my articles between events to hanging out at the house with Team Buff Box, Regional athlete Lucy Majury and Youtube CrossFit star Craig Richey, it was an amazing whirlwind adventure. Read
The final weekend of the open has arrived. And it seems that thrusters, which a lot of people were unwantingly predicting, have come to fruition. With a repeat of 14.5, the fifth and final workout of 2016 is going to be a tough one.
So I have to make this snappy since I have my final level 3 exam tomorrow, but my ears definitely perked up when I heard the CrossFit.com unveiling for 16.2 this morning.
These two acronyms are your tickets to a fitter you. The secret? They are quick and efficient and essentially variations of HIIT workouts with two very different focuses.