Tabata Is How Many Rounds?

by Arena Ready on February 7th, 2016

Tony and Coach Sarah teamed up with our friends from CrossFit Sweatshop, Bri and JB, and competed at the 2016 Golden State Games on Saturday.  A little re-cap is coming in tomorrow's blog post, but for now here's a team photo of the fearsome foursome! 
Many thanks to the 40+ folks who came by on Sunday to hang out at our Arena Ready Super Bowl party.  Go Broncos!  

WOD for 02-08-16:

Tabata:
Deadlifts @ 185/125 lbs

-rest 1 minute, then-

Tabata:
Wall Balls @ 20/14 lbs to 10/9 ft

-rest 1 minute, then-

Tabata:
Burpee Box Jumps @ 24/20 in (Box Facing)

-rest 1 minute, then-

Tabata:
Row for Calories

The Tabata interval is 20 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest, and is repeated eight times (over the course of four minutes).  Your score is the lowest rep count among the eight intervals.

This workout lasts 19 total minutes, including the 3 rest/transition minutes. 


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