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The “New” Whiteboard

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I have had some conversations with a few of you and a consistent remark has been that you miss seeing the whiteboard of everyone’s results for the day on Wodify.

Pocket Coach does not currently have this feature and it may be developed for it either. He is the thing; this is about you and your progress and benchmarking your loads, volume, etc off of another is NOT ideal. You may be creating a glass ceiling for yourself or you may be biting off more than you can chew.

You need to be in tune with your body and its abilities. Know ahead of time what you think you can do. Then as you are warming up make the decision if you can do more or less.

As you read this you are probably thinking to yourself, “Ok, great Neal but what about seeing everyone’s scores.” So we are bringing back the old school! Post your results daily to the blog for the day. This is how we get everyone doing it. If you train in the AM and want to see what the PM did, post your results and others will begin doing so as well. 

If you have a comment about the training for the day or questions, post them to comments. This will help us understand what topics you are interested in reading about and make the blog more robust for you, The Community!

Go Post! Now Greg Williams!

Here was 7am getting after it this morning.

8 Comments:


  • By Neal Thompson 19 May 2014

    14:24 @ 50% BW (120)
    splits:
    1:55 for 1k
    1:49 for 500m
    1:40 for 250m
    AVG HR 147

    Burner indeed.

    Great work by both AM classes today. Shout out to Little O’Malley with a sub 13 minute effort with the Rx weight on the bar.

  • By G2 19 May 2014

    I couldn’t agree more Neal. I feel that there is too much emphasis on what everyone else is doing in a WOD instead of what you should be doing. If you bite off more than you should be doing, then you are ultimately slowing your progress. One of my favorite things to tell people is how important movement efficiency is throughout their work out. If you are able to maintain the most efficient bar path no matter how tired you are, you will be able to get more work done. If you choose a weight that is too much for you to maintain control halfway through the WOD, you are doing yourself a disservice and ultimately going to get less work done. Choose the right weight for YOU, and you will get the best workout possible.

  • By Audrey 19 May 2014

    16.29 @80# for today’s workout. 250 meters never felt so long.

    Huge shout out to Jodie who finished before most of us got to the last row!

  • By David Porter 19 May 2014

    Good morning! Great job on the blogs. Reading what Neil originally wrote might have come off a little negative, but read on! Neil what you wrote and G2 following up on it, absolutely outstanding!
    I got caught up and didn’t stay focus to what my body was telling me.I should have scaled down on the dead lifts on Fridays work out. I pushed my back too far and I am paying for it now. Your suppose to be taking a step forward, not two steps back!
    Keep up the Great work. Crossfit Boston has a wonderful community, thank you!

  • By facebook_alihuberlie 19 May 2014

    14:23 at 70# with the following splits:
    -2:10 for 1000
    -2:03 for 500
    -1:51 for 250

    Thanks, as always, Neal!

  • By Amanda "A-Train" Cunningham 19 May 2014

    14:56 @ 63#
    splits:
    2:19 for 1k
    2:05 for 500m
    2:05 for 250m
    To echo Audrey – 250m never felt so rough!

  • By Kathryn 19 May 2014

    Great workout, awesome morning crew!
    14:13 @ 45# (not quite 1/3 BW!)
    splits:
    2:16.5
    2:05.2
    2:04.2
    Yup. That last 250m was not fun!

  • By Linh Nguyen 19 May 2014

    15:35 @ 50% of BW (65#); 2:18/2:10/1.17
    SNAFU on splits…shout out to Audrey for getting me back on my boat.

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