I’m best at the long game.
Any WOD (workout of the day) under 10 minutes is not my cup of tea. This is why I often don’t place at CrossFit competitions because due to time constraints most of the workouts are under 10 minutes. Any workout over 20 minutes I do good at and if it’s a competition, I usually win.
Today’s Workout was a 20 minute AMRAP (as many rounds as possible) of power cleans, burpees, and a run. This WOD was fun! It was light enough weight (95 lbs) and a good number of reps (7) to keep you moving. Naturally, when 20 minutes came, I didn’t want to stop. So I didn’t.
And because I was working out by myself and there’s no class after mine I didn’t have to. I just kept going.
The Best Part about Working Out Alone:
- I set the time.
- I start when I want.
- I finish when I want.
- It truly is my workout.
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You truly have the idea nailed. No external forces can know what is best for anyone’s workout. A fitness coach, at best, can suggest, but not mandate.
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