Wellness Revolution CrossFit – CrossFit

“The man on top of the mountain did not fall there”
–Vince Lombardi

This isn’t intended to be demoralizing… it’s quite the opposite. It’s empowering. It’s proof that we too can climb, if we so choose to put in the work. That discipline and commitment over time can get us there.

It doesn’t matter where you started. And it doesn’t even matter where you are right now. All that matters, is where you want to go, and how hard you are willing to work for it.

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Metcon

Metcon (Time)

ESSENTIALS

15-12-9-12-15:

Knee Raises

Deadlifts (165/115)

Lateral Barbell Burpees
–22 MIN CAP

–Less is more on the toes to bar and deadlifts, especially since we climb back up to 12 and 15 reps of each movement following the set of 9

–Breaking these up early on often can help minimize long breaks and excess muscular fatigue

–The goal is to break these up before hit a big wall in order to come back strong for the next set

Metcon (Time)

FITNESS

15-12-9-12-15:

Toes to Bar

Deadlifts (205/145)

Lateral Barbell Burpees
–22 MIN CAP

–Less is more on the toes to bar and deadlifts, especially since we climb back up to 12 and 15 reps of each movement following the set of 9

–Breaking these up early on often can help minimize long breaks and excess muscular fatigue

–The goal is to break these up before hit a big wall in order to come back strong for the next set

Metcon (Time)

PERFORMANCE

15-12-9-12-15:

Toes to Bar

Deadlifts (225/155)

Lateral Barbell Burpees
–22 MIN CAP

–Less is more on the toes to bar and deadlifts, especially since we climb back up to 12 and 15 reps of each movement following the set of 9

–Breaking these up early on often can help minimize long breaks and excess muscular fatigue

–The goal is to break these up before hit a big wall in order to come back strong for the next set