Wednesday, June 29th 2011

CrossFit Kids

CrossFit Kids action

Buy in (Demo)
Big Dawgs and The Porch:
3 x
Single leg line hops => Jump to support => Roll over => Run 100 M => Vault => Bear crawl

Pack and Puppies:
Single leg line hops => Jump to support => Roll over => Run 100 M => Vault => Bear crawl

WOD (Demo)

Big Dawgs and The Porch:
Tabata “Bottom to Bottom” Squat
Run 1 mile

Clock starts for run on rising from last squat.

The Tabata Bottom to Bottom Squat is a Tabata Squat but each rep begins at the bottom and ends at the bottom. The turn around at the top is immediate – no pause. The ten-second rest for each interval is also held at the bottom of the squat as opposed to the top. Interestingly, this squat, in contrast to the “normal” Tabata squat, motivates full hip extension. Also, the ten second rests don’t seem as short with this protocol!

Pack:
6 rounds Tabata “Bottom to Bottom” Squat
Run 1/2 mile

Clock starts for run on rising from last squat.

The Tabata Bottom to Bottom Squat is a Tabata Squat but each rep begins at the bottom and ends at the bottom. The turn around at the top is immediate – no pause. The ten-second rest for each interval is also held at the bottom of the squat as opposed to the top. Interestingly, this squat, in contrast to the “normal” Tabata squat, motivates full hip extension. Also, the ten second rests don’t seem as short with this protocol!

Puppies:
4 roundsTabata “Bottom to Bottom” Squat
Run 400 M

Clock starts for run on rising from last squat.

The Tabata Bottom to Bottom Squat is a Tabata Squat but each rep begins at the bottom and ends at the bottom. The turn around at the top is immediate – no pause. The ten-second rest for each interval is also held at the bottom of the squat as opposed to the top. Interestingly, this squat, in contrast to the “normal” Tabata squat, motivates full hip extension. Also, the ten second rests don’t seem as short with this protocol!
Tabata “Bottom to Bottom” Squat
Run 1 mile

Clock starts for run on rising from last squat.

The Tabata Bottom to Bottom Squat is a Tabata Squat but each rep begins at the bottom and ends at the bottom. The turn around at the top is immediate – no pause. The ten-second rest for each interval is also held at the bottom of the squat as opposed to the top. Interestingly, this squat, in contrast to the “normal” Tabata squat, motivates full hip extension. Also, the ten second rests don’t seem as short with this protocol!

**** The rest period is a great time to work on the bottom position of the squat

Cash out
Big Dawgs and The Porch:
25 Sit ups
Max Push ups
25 Sit ups
Max Handstand holds

Pack and Puppies:
15 Sit ups
Max Push ups
15 Sit ups
Max Handstand holds

Everyone:
Study or read for 15 minutes directly after the workout

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