Go back in your journal and find March 7th.
As you likely remember me saying over the past 3 weeks… “each week in July we are repeating a WOD that we did 4-5 months ago.” And this week we are actually doing two WODs from earlier in the year. The next comes on Thursday when we repeat one from January.
These “compare-to” dates are important, as they are THE method by which we measure our progress. Stalls in performance can be related to slacking off in nutrition, not getting enough sleep or enough rest between training sessions, lack of recovery due to excessive sitting or driving after a heavy workout. A variety of factors that need to be considered when there is no improvement over a 4-6 month period of time. OF course, a VERY important factor is a decrease in training. Has your 4 day/week attendance dropped to 2 or 3 days? Have you been on a prolonged vacation where you were sedentary or engaging in a gluttonous, hedonistic rage? I joke, but you get the idea.
Do the work, keep track of the data, compare future results. Make changes if needed.
Tuesday’s WOD at 6, 7, 9am and again at 4 and 6pm
Handstand/push-ups skill work and practice
Two rounds for time of:
50/35kg push press, 25 reps
50 air squats
800m run (bike 1.2 miles then row 1000m for non-runners Rx)
Post time and load to chalkboard/journals
Compare to March 7th 2017… same WOD!
5pm Open Training Hour