Mar 12, 2013

Wednesday 03.13.13

10 RFT:
Row 250m
25 Double-unders


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Coach's Notes. 
If you plan to compete in tomorrow’s Open WOD, consider scaling back the rounds.  While you're at it, put some thought into your plan of attack for 13.2 -- one and done on Thursday morning?  Wait for some of the blogs and sites to post WOD strategies, and get it hard on Friday?  Or test run on Thursday, rest and retest on Saturday afternoon?  Make sure you check out the judge coord forum and get a read on upcoming judge sessions.

One more note.  In case you didn't realize it, the guy that programs your workouts placed 4th in the North Central region in his masters division on Open WOD 13.1.  Unbelievable...way to crush it on opening week, Mark!  Let's see what comes out of the hopper tonight. Tune in Wednesday just after 1900.


Training Resources.
  • Do yourself a favor and bookmark some sites that post Open Games WOD strategies.  Mobility WOD, the Outlaw Way, Beyond the Whiteboard, and of course the Games Site have all posted quality material.  Leverage the advice and experience of others...check in before "3,2,1...Go!"
  • "Recovering Your Calves + Hydration Check" - from Mobility WOD.  All the DUs and burpees and box jumps recently...may be worth some maintenance on your calves.  Work some active recovery in to ensure you're ready to go.  And, a quick check on hydration levels headed into Thursday.

7 comments:

Allan Jackman said...

Not many people this morning, must be resting for the open.

17:32

Erik said...

IMCF LA

20:50

Mike D said...

I will be available to grade someone on Thursday afternoon. I will be there around 1200-1315 or 1330. I am also hoping to do my 13.2 then as well. If you are able to grade, let me know!

Ross said...

IMCF SD DET:

17:03

Noah said...

DUs are something I am competent at, pushups however are an eternal goat of mine. So, I did four rounds of 25 pushups and six rds of 25 DUs between my rows...21:38.

Andy said...

Swam today, fought with the rower long enough yesterday. Followed CFE short-int format of :60 on, :60 off until form/pace breaks. Worked out to 10 x 50yd repeats.

Looking forward to tomorrow. I hope it involves a 45lb bumper plate discus throw.

Noah said...

If anyone is a fan of mobility (who isn't?), then KStar is about to publish his Leopard manifesto next month. You can pre-order now or wait and buy it after its release in late April. He has a great 50 page preview on his mobilitywod.com site that gives you an idea what is in the tome.