Most of you who are competing tomorrow are no strangers to competition. Some have a background in running, swimming, various team sports. Others have competed in multiple CrossFit events.
You guys may be familiar with what to do before and after events (heats) to cool down and warm up for the next one. In case you don’t have a game plan, here few tips that may help:
WOD 2 Warmups: Get those glutes warmed up.
A couple of last reminders: don’t be late. The gate to the parking lot will be closed for the athlete/spectator area. We’ll leave enough of the gate open to drop off coolers, ez-ups, chairs, etc. First come, first served with street parking.
Also, a final note: Last minute changes to divisions are closed. Unless you were specifically emailed or told that you are moved into a different heat, go by the schedule Holley posted yesterday. We’ve been hearing a lot of statements like “I’m good at everything but…” and “If only (insert movement) wasn’t programmed, I would do really well” around the gym. The truth is there are a lot of goats people ignore simply because it’s something they’re not good at. The beauty of CrossFit and all the movements it encompasses is the journey never ends. There will always be something. That something should have been on your daily To Do list since June 27th when we announced the competition. Show up Saturday, do your best, don’t get injured, and wake up Sunday with a new set of goals to work on for our next competition.
Press 3×5 or Wendler
12 Ring Dips
21 Kettlebell Swings
**Competitors are welcome to come in and do mobility work. It would behoove you to take a rest day (no WOD) before the Games!