WOD: 9-15-12

Partner Versus WOD:  5 minute AMRAP of:

1 person does 200M Run
1 person does AMRAP Wall Balls (20/14)

Switch happens when crossing the champagne room from the run.

Rest 3 minutes.

5 minute AMRAP of:

1 person does 200M Run
1 person does AMRAP Burpees

Switch happens when crossing the champagne room from the run.

Rest 3 minutes.

5 minute AMRAP of:

1 person does 200M Run
1 person does Double Unders

Switch happens when crossing the champagne room from the run.

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I get the distinct feeling that this workout may seem confusing.  If you have done one the “versus” workouts already then you understand the idea.  If you do not, allow me  to introduce you to them.  Let’s pretend that you and I are doing the workout:

  • You run 200M  (because I told you to do so)
  • I will be doing as many Wall Balls as possible while you are running
  • You will undoubtedly be running quickly and as soon as you return AND cross through the Champagne Room I will stop doing Wall Balls
  • A switch is made where you run to the spot where I was doing Wall Balls, pick up your Medicine Ball (since I was using a 6 pounder), and I start making my way outside
  • I start to run 200M while you start doing Wall Balls
  • We will each keep track of our own Wall Balls
  • The person with the most Wall Balls “wins” that round
  • Because each round is only 5 minutes long, we are both sprinting our faces off
  • Because of the above, we are both never stop throwing our balls
  • We will all be careful as we come in and out of the building.  If too many bumps are happening, the run can be switched to a 150M row (rower would be reset each time a switch is made)

This format will repeat itself with Burpees as well as Double Unders.  If you have any questions, do not call Josh Plosker in his personal phone.  Instead go to his apartment and ask in person.

He likes that better,

CG

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