Every CrossFit workout can be analyzed to determine the power output. How much weight was moved? How far was it moved? How fast was it moved? All of this data can be observed and measured as we strive to increase work capacity. Improved performance reveals increased work capacity, which indicates improved fitness. When taking on a workout you’ve done before a faster time is not the only way to demonstrate these improvements. If you’re using more weight, a higher target, or less assistance, that much more work was done.
Speaking of increased capacity and doing work, beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 7th, we’ve got 10 classes a day Monday through Thursday, with increased class sizes on Fridays.
Strength: Press 5-5-5-5-5
As Many Rounds As Possible in 10 Minutes:
10 Front Squats (60kg/40kg)
10 Box Jumps, 30″
Fight Gone Bad has raised more than $2 million in its first four editions. This year LIVESTRONG, Wounded Warrior Project, and the CrossFit Foundation are benefiting from the fundraising efforts. On Saturday, September 25th we’ll be running our heats. CrossFit Fenway has raised a combined $5,531. Register today, and join the fight as part of the CrossFit Fenway team.
The Red Sox are at home, so there’s no free parking available at CrossFit Fenway during Tuesday evening classes.