WOD:   7/19/16
 

2 rounds for time of:
50 pull-ups
50 push-ups
50 sit-ups
50 squats

 

 

 

 

What is the White Board?

Every day before and after the workout you always hear the coaches say come to the white board or make sure you record you time or reps on the board. I know that most of us try our best to place our scores on the board, but like normal sometimes we forget and don’t care to write them up. Why is it important to write up your scores?

The white board is a vital resource for both you and the coaches. The coaches are able to see the progress you have made and are able to see if any changes should have been made to the workout. The main purpose of the white board is for you to see how you did and be able to compare how you did to others.

The main competitor in the gym is always yourself. But sometimes competing against yourself isn’t enough. You may need to find someone who is just as equal in your abilities to compare to. We like to call this a rabbit. Someone to chase and compete against to give yourself a goal to reach every day. This make crossfit more enjoyable for some, however if you don’t like to compare yourself to others that’s perfectly ok. But keep recording your scores on the board because you could be someones rabbit and not even know it.  

-Jesse Gunnell