CrossFit is a type of exercise with a variety of functional movements at a constantly very high intensity. All CrossFit workouts are based on functional movements that reflect the best aspects of weight lifting, gymnastics, hand walking, rowing, and more, as described on CrossFit’s official website. https://games.crossfit.com/
Workout of the Day or WOD is a basic guide to daily CrossFit workouts that you can adjust to your fitness level. The naming of some CrossFit WOD exercises is usually based on the names of women or the names of military heroes.
WOD will always be updated on its movements and you can monitor it every day through the official CrossFit website. The following are some examples of WOD exercises that you can practice at home or in the gym.
—- Barbara’s movements. It combines five sets of movements, consisting of 20 x pull ups, 30 x push ups, 40 x sit ups, and 50 x squats respectively. You can only rest at the end of each movement for 3 minutes.
—- Angie’s movements. It combines accumulated movements consisting of 100 x pull ups, 100 x push ups, 100 x sit ups, and 100 x squats during the entire workout (this you don’t need to do in a row, unless it’s fit enough to do so).
—- Murph’s movements. that is, a combination of running exercises with a time count of 1.5 km, then a movement of 100 x pull ups, 200 x push ups, 300 x squats, and ending with another 1.5 km run.
—- Jackie’s gesture. combined movements of 1000 m row, 50 x thruster, and 30 x pull ups (we recommend that you do without a break between breaks each exercise).