Wednesday February 24th

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10Min Warm-up
Mobility
Strength
Bent-Over Row 5×5
Push Press 5×5
WOD-4 RFT
25 Jump Squats
30 KBS 53/35
Don’t forget to register for the 2016 CrossFit Open this is open to all skill levels. Workouts will done during regular class times on Saturday. Except for the last day Saturday of the month because it is Bring a Friend Day. Make-ups can be done during Open Gym Sunday.
More than 272,000 people from around the globe competed in the Open last year. As the largest CrossFit community event of the season, the Open ties together athletes from within the same gym to those in their broader city, country and world.
For five weeks, you—and the hundreds of thousands of other people who signed up—are at the whim of the Director of the Games Dave Castro, taking on workouts that may push you to learn a new skill, improve the skills you already have or go into a darker place than you’ve ever been before.
The Open welcomes anyone 14 to 100 years old. (We’ll take any centenarians, too.) All you need to do is sign up, and enter a score each week. You can complete the workouts at a participating CrossFit affiliate in front of a judge, or film your performance from anywhere you want and submit a link as proof.
To make the Open even more accessible, we introduced a scaled option in 2015. Each time a workout is released, athletes will be given two versions: Rx’d and Scaled. The Scaled-workout option is designed to be accessible to the majority of people who attend CrossFit affiliates. If you do CrossFit, there’s a very high chance you can do the Open, too.
Workouts are released each week on Thursday at 5 p.m. PT, and athletes have four days or 96 hours to complete the workout and submit their score. Scores are due before 5 p.m. PT that Monday.
 
The 2016 Open. Why We Love It.
 

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