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10 Crossfit Conditioning Workouts and How to Crush Them!

Pick your next WOD, think about your tactics then crush it!

Who doesn´t love a good chipper

Buy in and buy out 800 m run

  • 50 bench press
  • 200 m farmers walk
  • 50 back extension with a pvc pipe
  • 200 m sprint
  • 50 knees to chest
  • 200 m overhead walk / run
  • 50 dips
  • 200 m sprint
  • 50 kettlebell one arm bent over row 25/25 each arm
  • 200 m overhead walk /run
  • 50 lemon squeezes
  • 200 m sprint
  • 50 kettlebell swing
  • 200 m farmers walk
  • 50 hip thrusters

This one is great cause it breaks it up, one exercise and then go out for 200 m, and this chipper is not that strict, it is allowed to do in any order you feel like, but always go out for 200 m in between.

Also you chose the weight, if you go for heavier it takes a bit longer. Some of these exercises are done really quick while other take all the time in the world, I could see some of the fastest guys come in after their last 200 m and do a whole set of 50 and go back out while still be struggling with the dips or knees to chest.

Because it is allowed to brake up the order, I got confused with what was left. Kept reading the board to see what I had done and what was left and trying to see what was good to pair and what would be bad to pair.

All the farmers walks and overhead walks took all the willpower that I had in me to finish. It never looked like a long distance, and it isn´t, but I had to put the weights down couple of times, but rushed them back up if I could see the others getting closer.

500kg/1103lbs frame carry

A post shared by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (@thorbjornsson) on

My problem is that I tend to forget looking at the clock and not jot down my time to remember. The only time I do is when it is a benchmark workout, but still I forget it sometimes. It is not good, if you write down your time in every workout and what weights you can lift, put in the PR´s at least. Then it is so much easier to see the progress, still I forget it while I´m in the gym and working hard none of that comes to mind. I tend to remember it later when I´m not close to the gym or my notebook I bought only for these information.

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