Wellness Revolution CrossFit – CrossFit

“Pain versus Discomfort”

There is a common misconception about pain.
Pain is not what we feel inside of a conditioning workout, or the tail end of a heavy squat set.

Real pain is different. Pain is when we are walking through the garage and step on a nail. Pain is when we lose a limb. Real pain, is when we lose a loved one.

What we feel inside conditioning sets is not pain… it’s discomfort. Training isn’t painful. It’s uncomfortable at times, but – it’s not pain. Let’s use this as a perspective change as we enter today’s training. Today, let’s get uncomfortable.

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Metcon

Metcon (AMRAP – Reps)

ESSENTIALS

(Partner)

4 Rounds:

2 Minute Knee Raises

2 Minute Power Snatches (45/35)

2 Minute Thrusters (45/35)

2 Minute Calorie Bike

Rest 2 Minutes Between Rounds
–Score is TOTAL REPS across the 4 rounds

–Consistency across the 4 rounds is key

–Choosing a number goal or a time moving goal can help you stay consistent

–Rep Goal: 20-30 reps on the minute

–Time Goal: Tabata style or tabata variation

Metcon (AMRAP – Reps)

FITNESS

(Partner)

4 Rounds:

2 Minute Toes to Bar

2 Minute Power Snatches (75/55)

2 Minute Thrusters (75/55)

2 Minute Calorie Bike

Rest 2 Minutes Between Rounds
–Score is TOTAL REPS across the 4 rounds

–Consistency across the 4 rounds is key

–Choosing a number goal or a time moving goal can help you stay consistent

–Rep Goal: 20-30 reps on the minute

–Time Goal: Tabata style or tabata variation

Metcon (AMRAP – Reps)

PERFORMANCE

(Partner)

4 Rounds:

2 Minute Toes to Bar

2 Minute Power Snatches (95/65)

2 Minute Thrusters (95/65)

2 Minute Calorie Bike

Rest 2 Minutes Between Rounds
–Score is TOTAL REPS across the 4 rounds

–Consistency across the 4 rounds is key

–Choosing a number goal or a time moving goal can help you stay consistent

–Rep Goal: 20-30 reps on the minute

–Time Goal: Tabata style or tabata variation