RUN WEEK 7: We found our pace, we know how hard it is to be consistent. The next step: take your best and make it last longer.
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.
MUSCLE-UP WEEK 6: “QUAD THE F*CK!”, said the Roman general when he saw the army of Hannibal which had just crossed the Alps to attack the Eternal City. True, robust strength in the legs make the difference between winning and losing the war.
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.
RUN WEEK 6: We have increased the speed target last week. We have finished a demanding full week training and have had only a one-day rest. Are we strong and determined to bring last week’s results?
COOK WEEKEND 5: The real test of the chef’s talent is a stew. Can you make it tender? Can you make it rich? Can you avoid a bathtub of fat? If you can then you are Kitchen Jedi.
ENDURANCE WEEK 5: Welcome back. And meet the angry god of kettlebells. He is very angry. Very.
MUSCLE-UP WEEK 5: Welcome back after your deload week! We start the second block with an easy sprint exercise, light box jumps, like a warrior elf in a bad trilogy.
In an ideal world, where you want to win the Olympic or the CrossFit Games or get to Carnegie Hall, you would be training day and night, without interruption. Even if it sounds too ambitious, you can get very close.
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…