“Ocean on Fire”
30 Wall Balls @ 20/14
Today we have a workout that’s going to test your endurance and cardiovascular capacity! Whenever we have a longer AMRAP like this, we like to look break down each individual piece and try to guess roughly what a round will take an average athlete. In this case we can think about the row taking around 2:15, the run taking about 2:00, and the wall balls taking us around 2:00. This math gets us to just over six minutes per round, or just under 5 rounds for the total AMRAP. With this in mind, we can start to set goals for how far we want to get in the workout. For me, I’m going to approach this workout as though it’s 4 rounds for time. With this approach, I’ll probably get 4 rounds done and have some time left over that I’ll use to get as deep into round 5 as I can. This type of approach is super useful for us coaches when we’re lesson planning, but also for athletes when they’re strategizing for their workouts.
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Gym Closed on July 4th!
Come Celebrate 10 Years of Fitness in Southborough,
Saturday July 16th at TILT V starting @9:00am!