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Old 07-20-2015, 07:43 PM   #1
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WOD Terminology Question

Hello:

I saw the following WOD and was wondering if someone could enlighten me on the terms.

Equipment:
Sled: 35
Dynamax: 20
BB: #135

P1: Sled 100 (Pace)
P2: Wall Ball (Score)
P3: Deadlift (Score)
AMRAP: 13 minutes

My questions:

1) What do P1, P2, P3 mean? I'm assuming "Part 1, Part 2"?
2) Sled 100: that's 100 steps? What's "Pace"?
3) (Score)--not sure at all about this one.

Thanks very much for any help.
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Old 07-20-2015, 08:37 PM   #2
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Re: WOD Terminology Question

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Hello:

I saw the following WOD and was wondering if someone could enlighten me on the terms.

Equipment:
Sled: 35
Dynamax: 20
BB: #135

P1: Sled 100 (Pace)
P2: Wall Ball (Score)
P3: Deadlift (Score)
AMRAP: 13 minutes

My questions:

1) What do P1, P2, P3 mean? I'm assuming "Part 1, Part 2"?
2) Sled 100: that's 100 steps? What's "Pace"?
3) (Score)--not sure at all about this one.

Thanks very much for any help.
Chris,

I'll take a stab at it...

I am gathering that this was a team WOD. The P standing for person/partner.

Sled push-100m....maybe
Wall Balls for reps
Deadlifts for reps

P1 paces the other two. P2 and P3 would execute AMRAP WB/DL until 100m is covered, then switch positions for the duration.

Where'd you come across the WOD?

Michael
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Old 07-21-2015, 08:47 AM   #3
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Re: WOD Terminology Question

Pace is most likely time.

Not sure on the rest. What appears to be missing is reps for WB and DL.

Where did you see it?
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Old 07-21-2015, 05:34 PM   #4
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Re: WOD Terminology Question

It was from this book: http://www.amazon.com/Training-Cross...crossfit+games

The entire thing is pretty technical.

The WOD is definitely an individual WOD. I see similar things throughout the book and I'll need to figure them out.
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Old 07-22-2015, 05:44 AM   #5
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Re: WOD Terminology Question

Try http://hyperfitusa.com for more info.
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:47 AM   #6
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Re: WOD Terminology Question

I agree with Michael. That's a 3 partner workout. Partner 1 is doing a 100m sled drag, which sets the pace for each "rotation." Partner 2 is doing wall balls and Partner 3 is doing deadlifts while Partner 1 is out with the sled. Partners 2 and 3 are simply going for as many reps as possible while they are at their station. When Partner 1 returns, everyone rotates. This continues for 13 minutes. The team score is the total amount of wall balls and deadlifts performed.

I'm doing the 31 Heroes WOD this year, which (at our location, anyway) is a 4-person team. One person does a 200m 50# sandbag run, which is the pacer. The other 3 stations are thrusters, rope climbs and box jumps. Same idea, you're just going for total reps, with the "timer" for rotation being the time it takes to do the run.

edit: you're sure it's an individual workout???

OK, how about this: if it's individual, then each time you do the sled drag/pull, that sets the pace for how long you spend doing the next two movements for that round?
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edit: you're sure it's an individual workout???

OK, how about this: if it's individual, then each time you do the sled drag/pull, that sets the pace for how long you spend doing the next two movements for that round?
I was thinking the same thing today, Tighe.
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Re: WOD Terminology Question

Is there not a terminology index in the book?
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