My math skill suck, just throwing that out there. My integrity doesn’t. I know if I sandbag a workout or “modify” my WODs when the feeling just isn’t there and I’m not at my best. There are some athletes who need to see Rx on the board and that’s fine. Is 48 reps alright when 50 are prescribed? In class you are here for training and practice and putting in work is good let’s say we are talking in competition. One athlete clearly hits the mark and another is not getting deep enough or hitting the target for Wallballs. Does one deserve to move on and podium over the other? Nope. When we program your workouts we are looking to build a great athlete, not necessarily for competition but for life. The program is designed to test, push and make you excel at moving your body to take on what life challenges you with. So if an athlete needs to “modify” in some way that’s perfectly fine but be aware that we coaches are cognizant of our classes and the people in it. We want the best effort from you not a score. We read your notes on Sugarwod and your post on Social media and appreciate and look forward to the inputs. We will give you the best coaching possible and offer our knowledge asked for or not to help you acheive whatever goals you have. Don’t chase an Rx push to surpass it.
Build to Moderate Load on Each Arm
*Score is weight used. If one arm was lighter, score is the lighter of the two weights.
400 Meter Run
20 Alternating Dumbbell Snatches (50/35)
15/10 Calorie Assault Bike