Move from one station to the next and do as many reps as possible in 1 minute. Rest 1 minute and do as many reps as possible in 30 seconds. Count total reps.
Broad Jump (from square to square)
This past weekend CrossFit Tribe and Steve's Club drove up to the mainline in Philly to CrossFit King of Prussia (owned by Aimee Lyons) to do the "Lumberjack 20", a hero workout fundraiser dedicated to help support the families of the four fallen Lumberjack CrossFit soldiers at Fort Hood, Tx. It was a brutally tough workout, but well worth the effort and the drive to get behind and donate to this worthwiled cause.
Today, I asked Charlie if he learned anything new about himself from that workout. He said, "Yeah, I learned to push myself harder than I ever had." And isn't that really the main point of what we do here at Steve's Club? When the going gets tough as it most often does in life, rather than give up and shrug your shoulders without a care in the world, we push through it and come out at the other end stronger and better than we were yesterday.
I think Charlie's answer to my question really hit the nail on the head and summed up nicely what is that CrossFit teaches us - to push your body and mind past your its perceieved limits.
As Coach Burgener is fond of saying, "90% of it is between your ears."