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Intensity Gets Results

The above video is of Level 1 Seminar Staff member and CrossFit Games Athlete, James Hobart, discussing why CrossFit workouts differ in degree and not kind. Meaning intensity is relative to individual athletes no matter who they are and what their training background is like. This is why we can get results from a workout like "Fran", while the top athletes in the world can do the same workout and also get results from it. We need to make sure we scale appropriately to achieve the intended intensity from each workout. As long as each athlete pushes themselves to the "peak of their psychological and physiological tolerance" they will get results. So push yourselves to achieve that intensity!

Tuesday's Training:

"Shark Attack"

3 Rounds:

3 mins Cal Row

2 mins Burpee Box Jump Overs (24/20)

1 min Wall Balls (20/14)

2 min Rest

Goal: Strong pace on row, keep moving through BBJOs, big sets of WBs