Row 1K easy
Row 500 m in 1:40
rest walk 2:30 x 8
(rest 5 min b/t sets 4/5)
1:39.7, 1:39.5, 1:39.6, 1:40.1
1:39.2, 1:39.0, 1:39.1, 1:38.4
Walked the doggy for a while drinking a shake.
These felt strong today. Send 4 were way easier than first 4. Pretty stiff this morning. Took a while to get warm.
I always wonder what people are thinking during monotonous intervals like this? Like, how do you break it down mentally to get through each set? For me, I like to count 5 strong pulls, then I count to 10 and I am already down to 350m. From there I count to 30, in 3 sets of 10. Then 5 more strong pulls to end it, usually less. I wonder if it's in my brain to think in terms of task priority, rather than time. For example, if I'm told to row for 1:40, it sounds worse to me than if I'm told to row 50 strokes for time. I wonder if it's beneficial to change to the other way of thinking in terms of CrossFit. Or maybe a mixture of the two? Or maybe, don't think so much...
A. Tall Clean - 3 sets of 2 - perfect form low load
165, 185, 185
Kept it light and fast. These felt really good.
B. TnG S Clean - 5 emom - 8 min - 155-175#
Done. Got spicy in the breathing. Felt sharp and fast though.
155, 160, 165, 170, 175, 175, 175, 175
C1. Wtd Chin Up - 1 tough rep; rest 10 sec
C2. 1 rope climb leg less - 15'; rest 10 sec
C3. 10 T2B unbroken; rest 4 min x 3 - add per set to WCU if you can
Done. 70, 80, 90#. Could have gone heavier.
RC & T2B were fast. T2B felt good today.
Good session. Not very taxing. Felt good to move fast.