Totally Lost!! Where do I find the WODs?
Posted: 21 March 2013 09:37 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Please, I´m new in here and I´d like to know where can I get started? Where can I find the WODs? It´s too much information and it´s confusing me.

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Posted: 21 March 2013 09:52 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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You did read the activation mail? 

And have you looked in the topic Crossfit WOD? It’s a hint.
/Patrik

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Posted: 22 March 2013 03:58 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Yep, I Did!!  But there are informations about in which level I should start, but not about the WODs, WODs prescribed and so on… I cannot find the topic, just the scaled WODs. Do you have a link?  Sorry for being so confused. Lol
I do workout bodybuilding for a couple of years and, as a begginer,  I have lots of doubts about CF:

- Am I supposed to workout the same routine every day or Do I have to choose a WOD for each day of the week? The WODs should be different in the week or in the month… how about that? For example, I have to select 5 workouts, for each day of the week, and repeat this five again in the next weeks.

- What about the rest day?

- How do I choose a good WOD? Is there a basic structure for the WOD? For example, 1 exercise of powerlifting, 1 cardio, 1 Gymnastic…

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Posted: 22 March 2013 04:13 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Well, you have been bodybuilding so it´s understandable if you are confused wink

These are the WOD’s: Crossfit WOD
First (often Metric) gives the WOD, then Garddawg scales it for us.

Start 1 cycle back and follow the WOD from there.
One is posted every day (includning the rest-day).
You would then start with this WOD: Barazza, for which you pick a scaling that fits your level of fitness.
Next WOD is Clean and Jerk, then Press/SDHP/Front squat beforeyou get one rest day.
It´s a new WOD every day! Magic! And you don´t repeat this, you move to the next 3-cycle of WOD’s.

1 Look at the WOD
2 look on how others have preformed
3 choose the scaling
4 do the WOD
5 Post your result on the forum


In between the WOD’s you study this forum, almost every question you can think of is answered 1 or more times.

You don´t have to think about how the WOD is built up, it’s already done for you!

Yes, what about rest-day?

/Patrik

Metric: Edited the post to remove the text speak. Which is not a criticism. Trying to help Patrik make a useful and important post more clear.

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Posted: 22 March 2013 02:54 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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You don’t find the WOD. The WOD finds you…

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Posted: 23 March 2013 12:18 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Thank you so Much!!  smile

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