You know it’s going to be a good day at CrossFit when your warmup looks like a full-on conditioning WOD. One of the warmup exercises was a 250 M row on the C2 rower. That was just to get us all warmed up and excited for the 2000 meter row that was coming up. Today ended up being my best row yet for the 2000 and I’ll tell you how I did it.
This morning in my CrossFit class we did a form of High-intensity Interval Training (HIIT) called the Tabata Method. HIIT is an intense cardio exercise method that really improves performance with short training sessions and burns a lot of fat in a short and intense workout. Tabata uses 20 seconds of ultra-intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest for 8 cycles repeated continuously for 4 minutes.
Today was fun, since we did rope climbing. I often end up bleeding and bruised, but it is kind of fun to climb like a monkey. I mean, who doesn’t want to be a monkey for a day?
Rain, rain won’t go away, so we did more C2 Rowing today.
Rainy day in the Bay today (Sorry about the rhyme, I do it all the time.). So, instead of our planned running, we did the C2 Rower. Warmup: Roller Stretching A few pull-ups Mobility: 2 different shoulder stretches 2 different hip stretches Strength Training: 5.3.1 Dead Lift (see video below) The program is definitely working. [...]