A List Of CrossFit Workouts You Can Do On Your Own

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CrossFit is the workout of the future, except it’s here now. If you really think about it, the way the regime works, it takes the most foundational movements of our body, and turns them into a workout by getting the most work done in the shortest amount of time. For anyone who hasn’t trained at the CrossFit level before, to do a workout, you should join a gym with a certified instructor. Gyms like Brick, offer CrossFit in West Hollywood and other major cities. If you are an experienced CrossFit athlete, you can find workouts of the day on the CrossFit website and perform them wherever you are as long as you have the proper equipment. Below is a list of workouts that you can find online in order to keep up with the CrossFit regime.

 

Workout 1:

For time:

3 rounds of:

5 bar muscle-ups

5 snatches

Then, 3 rounds of:

15 deadlifts

30 squats

Then, 3 rounds of:

5 bar muscle-ups

5 cleans

 

Men: 155 lb.

Women: 105 lb.

 

Scaling

This workout is three back-to-back-to-back couplets, each broken into small sets of reps. Reduce the load and modify the movements so that each set can be performed unbroken.

 

Intermediate Option

For time:

3 rounds of:

10 chest-to-bar pull-ups

5 snatches

Then, 3 rounds of:

15 deadlifts

30 squats

Then, 3 rounds of:

10 chest-to-bar pull-ups

5 cleans

 

Men: 135 lb.

Women: 95 lb.

 

Beginner Option

For time:

3 rounds of:

5 jumping pull-ups

5 snatches

Then, 3 rounds of:

10 deadlifts

15 squats

Then, 3 rounds of:

5 jumping pull-ups

5 cleans

 

Men: 65 lb.

Women: 45 lb.

 

Workout 2:

For time, fast and heavy:

21 dumbbell thrusters

Run 400 meters

18 dumbbell thrusters

Run 400 meters

15 dumbbell thrusters

Run 400 meters

 

As stated, pick dumbbells that are relatively heavy for you yet still allow you to complete each round of thrusters in very few sets. This workout should be treated like a sprint, so run hard and try to avoid resting until it is over. Intermediate athletes can perform this workout as prescribed, just with lighter dumbbells. Newer athletes can reduce the reps and shorten the runs.

 

Beginner Option

For time, fast and heavy:

15 dumbbell thrusters

Run 200 meters

12 dumbbell thrusters

Run 200 meters

9 dumbbell thrusters

Run 200 meters

 

Workout 3:

Push press 3-3-3-3-3-3-3 reps

 

Ideally, each set will be as heavy as possible for 3 reps, but newer athletes should start light and slowly add weight as they become comfortable.

 

Workout 4:

5 rounds for time of:

1 sub-0:45 250-m row

50 unbroken double-unders

 

If the row takes longer than 45 seconds, or you trip up on your double-unders, redo it before moving back to the other exercise.

 

Use your experience with this workout last week to improve upon your overall time. If you missed any row intervals, rest more so as not to miss any this time. If you made all the intervals, try to rest less and improve upon overall time. If you skipped it last week, see the scaling options there.

 

Workout 5:

Front squat 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 reps

 

Scaling

Pick loads that allow you to attempt to set a PR in the later sets. If you are not comfortable performing very heavy front squats, add a few reps to each set and drill your mechanics, but try to expose yourself to a load that is relatively heavy for you.

 

Beginner Option

Back squat 3-3-3-2-2-1-1-1 reps

 

Workout 6:

Jack

 

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:

10 push presses

10 kettlebell swings

10 box jumps

 

Men: 115-lb. presses, 1.5-pood swings, 24-in. box

Women: 80-lb. presses, 1-pood swings, 20-in. box

 

Scaling

Reduce the weight on the presses and kettlebell swings and the height of the box so each set of exercises can be performed unbroken and with little rest during transitions.

 

Intermediate Option

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:

10 push presses

10 kettlebell swings

10 box jumps

 

Men: 95-lb. presses, 1.5-pood swings, 24-in. box

Women: 65-lb. presses, 1-pood swings, 20-in. box

 

Beginner Option

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:

10 push presses

10 kettlebell swings

10 box step-ups

 

Men: 65-lb. presses, 1-pood swings, 20-in. box

Women: 45-lb. presses, 12-kg swings, 15-in. box

 

Note that you’re going to need a rest day (maybe multiple depending on your athlete level) and these workouts are in no particular order. You can find more on CrossFit’s website, or you can sign up for a gym like Brick to follow the regime given by the instructors.

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