This workout begins with the athlete standing under the pull-up bar. After the call of “3, 2, 1 go,” the athlete will have 8 minutes to perform 25 toes-to-bars, followed by 50 double-unders and 15 squat cleans, then perform 25 toes-to-bars, 50 double-unders and 13 squat cleans, this time at a heavier weight.
What does 19.2 mean in CrossFit?
Workout 19.2 is a repeat of Open workout 16.2 three years ago, with squat cleans decreasing in reps but increasing in weight after every round. The athlete’s time cap is extended by four minutes each time a round is completed, until the workout is finished or the athlete fails to complete the work within the time cap.
What does 18.4 mean in CrossFit?
In the 18.4 workout, you do 21 reps of deadlifts, followed by handstand walks, then another 15 deadlifts, then handstands, then nine deadlifts, handstands, and you repeat. And that rep and set scheme can be problematic: “because you may overtax the neuromuscular system which can lead to injury,” Lovitt explains.
What does 15.1 mean in CrossFit?
Score for Workout 15.1 is the total number of repetitions completed. Score for Workout 15.1a is the weight (in pounds) of the heaviest successful clean-and-jerk. Show more. The Deadlift The Snatch The Toes-to-Bar/Knees-to-Elbows.
What is Tiebreak time Crossfit?
TIEBREAK. This workout includes a tiebreak. If the athlete completes the entire workout prior to the 9-minute time cap, their score will be their total time, and there will be no tiebreaker.
What is 19.5 Crossfit?
This workout begins with the barbell on the floor and the athlete standing tall. After the call of “3, 2, 1 … go,” the athlete may perform 33 thrusters, then 33 chest-to-bar pull-ups. The athlete will repeat this couplet, performing 27 thrusters and 27 chest-to-bar pull-ups, 21 and 21, 15 and 15, and finally 9 and 9.