First number is the amount of sets. Second number is the amount of reps. When you see this we are looking for the same weight to be used for all sets.
5 represents the number of reps. The amount of numbers you see indicate how many sets. When you see this we are asking that you increase your weight each set over 5 sets to a heavy or max set of 5 reps.
If the number is a 3 this would mean 3 Rep Max, The heaviest set of 3 reps you can successfully lift.
As Fast As Possible
As Many Repetitions (or Rounds) As Possible – typically in a specified timeframe
As Prescribed – the suggested parameters for a given exercise (weight for example)
A CrossFit gym
Every Minute on the Minute
A measurement of weight general used for KB’s. 1 Pood = 35 Lbs = 16 Kg
A repetition or one instance of a given exercise
Doing a WOD not as prescribed. Changing Weights or Reps to meet you where you are at.
A group of repetitions
An exchange for a movement that was prescribed.
Workout of the Day
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Chest to Bar Pull-ups
Ground to Over Head
Knees to Elbows
Over Head Squat
Romanian Dead Lift
Shoulder to Over Head