CrossFit: How the Simplest Moves in the Right Combination are the Hardest

CrossFit: Push ups and a run.

Simple, right?

All body weight movements. Thus, no equipment required.

Until a couple of hours later you think, What the hell? Why am I so sore?

Remember Capoot?  When I added up the numbers, I ran 3.5 miles (longer than a 5k) and did 250 push ups.

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CrossFit Push Ups

As I’m working through the Hero WOD’s for CrossFit, I’m noticing this more and more: what seems simple because the reps are broken up is not so simple when it’s all said and done.

Good thing I’m one of those who never adds it up ahead of time. I see a workout and always think: Oh, yeah, no problem. When in reality, it is a problem.

Like I’ve said before, CrossFit is 90% mental, 10% physically capable.

Tell yourself it’s simple, and it will be.

Then suffer the consequences afterwards.

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