21 Deadlifts @ 225/155
21m Handstand Walk
15 Deadlifts @ 225/155
15m Handstand Walk
9 Deadlifts @ 225/155
9m Handstand Walk

WOD Guidance:
Todays workout is a play on the classic CrossFit benchmark Diane! We’ve kept the deadlifts at 225/155, but replaced handstand push-ups with handstand walks. Although 225/155 might seem like an absurdly heavy deadlift for some, in the context of a CrossFit workout this weight can be coded as “moderate.” A moderate weight is a weight that we cold do for 10 or so reps unbroken if we were fresh, but inside workouts we’ll generally be somewhere around 3-5 reps per set. For our handstand walks today, we can consider a couple different directions. The basic movement of the handstand walking is to shift our weight from one hand to another, and we can manage the difficulty of this movement by adjusting the angle of our torso. The closer our torso is to vertical (such as in a pike position on a box or a handstand hold on the wall) the tougher the shoulder tap or walkout variation will be. If we’re not quite that advanced, a pike position with our feet on the floor will give us plenty of handstand walking stimulus.

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