CONDITIONING WEEK 9: Because if they were weak, you would injure yourself.
CONDITIONING WEEK 8: Have you seen the 2015 CrossFit Games documentary? For me, it reaches the climax when the fittest competitors of history fight their way through Murph, a mythological challenge in the suffocating Californian summer heat. True inspiration.
ENDURANCE WEEK 7: 12 rounds for the one and only Lee Marvin. We increase intensity compared to the previous week, but the structure is similar.
ENDURANCE WEEK 6: We keep on raising the bar: today you have 12 rounds of 700-meter runs and a demanding workout after each of them.
CONDITIONING WEEK 6: A great workout for obstacle racers: it taxes your quads, so that you can fight uphill runs, and keeps you working for long minutes, so that you will endure.
ENDURANCE WEEK 5: Welcome back. And meet the angry god of kettlebells. He is very angry. Very.
CONDITIONING WEEK 5: This WOD is won or lost in your head. You will max-out all the way, so just keep on going. A good start after your deload week…
CONDITIONING WEEK 4: This may be a deload week in our training programme, but this has no effect on the conditioning sessions. THIS IS CONDY!
Always monitor your heart rate, this is the best measure of your progress. Soon your current high-intensity training will become your base training.
ENDURANCE WEEK 3: Were you missing long, ongoing workouts? Here you go, 90 minutes, no breaks.