The first significant difference that you’ll notice is the number of events athletes compete, rather than how many. The more events on a workout list, the more weight you carry for those events. For example, if you are completing five total tasks on your WOD (five rounds of each event), then each event will be scaled to match its own bodyweight. If there are six events, however, you must do all six with the same weight.
A second significant change is that training time scales for all workouts between different skill sets and body types. This means that an athlete doing three-minute AMRAPs has 100% less time to complete them than one who can complete six rounds in two minutes on “Stronger” with no rest between sets! The amount of work done by an athlete during any given set or round is determined by their activity level and fitness level at the time they enter the WOD. When working with clients over long periods of time we make adjustments based upon strength and lumbar spine health as it relates to certain exercises such as squats and deadlifts; this means our clients’ scores need not always be exact based upon their current abilities like they would in CrossFit (lesson learned)!
How To Log Your Crossfit Scores For The Open?
Logging your scores is super easy once you get into program. The guides for each track, assist you all the way there. I followed the same process that Robert uses in his videos and didn’t have any issues along the way. So, I thought I would share my process below with you to help save some time on your journey to getting better at this sport! Step 1 – Clear Your Workout History I logged my first workout last Thursday. When signing up they ask if you want to clear your previous workouts from their platform or not. This may sound strange but it was a good call for me as my original 7-month log is now super old and they do not allow storage of them anymore anyways leaving very little value there. Go with the “clear history” route and start fresh!!! 😉 Step 2 – Access Open Logs & Calculators Along The Way 🤷🏽♀️ You will be able to access all open workouts via an app on your phone closer to competition day as well as clocks for those WODS that are still TBD ahead of the Games! In addition, watch these great videos as they walk through how to calculate scores as well as Tips For Optimal Levels Of Fatigue!!!!
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