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Wednesday’s WOD at 7, 9, 10am and again at 4pm
On a Running Clock:
On minute 0:00 row 1000m for time
On minute 8:00 row 750m for time
On minute 14:00 row 500m for time
On minute 18:00 row 250m for time
Record row time for each split
If you have been around The Hut for any length of time you can probably guess the goal of today’s workout. It is the classic “I can just do this at home” workout, but the truth is that to get the true stimulus you need to be getting pushed by others, in person or on zoom. SO make it a point to show up! Row each distance for time. Give each distance everything you have.
Row for 2 minutes at a moderate pace. Experiment with what you think you’ll be able to hold for roughly 4 minutes (about what 1k will take you). Get off the rower and get in 10 t-crossovers, 10 good mornings, and 10 squats. Walk out into plank and after holding it for a minute, get in a nice long down dog. 10 more squats and some leg swings will round out the general warm-up.
Grab a KB for a set of DL, and SDHP. Focus on the drive through the heel and the pop of the hips. Notice the core to extremity pattern here. It is the same as on the rower! Go for a few racing starts before getting in a hard 250m. Rest a few minutes and mentally prepare for what is to come. Enjoy!
Today is roughly a 1:1 work:rest ratio, so each row needs to pushed as hard as possible. Cheer each other on and dig deep! Bike distances are 1.3mi/1.0mi/0.6mi/0.3mi. Ski distances are 900m/675m/450m/225m.
Finish with a 400m walk out to the stop sign and back before thoroughly cleaning your rower and the ground underneath!