Thursday 190314

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Complete 6 rounds of:

AMRAP 3:00:

Run 400m

Max Wall Balls, 20#/14#

2:00 Rest between rounds. 


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But what about the snow?!

Run In The Snow?

We love living in Colorado, but sometimes it can be hard to program CrossFit in the winter! One day it could be close to 60 degrees, the next a driving snow. We can even see those extremes during the same day! But we don’t want to bail on running during the entire winter season, even if you’d like us to.

So like we see today, the run is staying as part of the workout. If the sky is blue and the ground is dry, everyone will run. If the weather turns out to make for treacherous conditions we’ll make a game-time decision to deviate from the plan and sub with a row or bike. And as always, if the conditions are so-so but you’re concerned about falling on an icy sidewalk, you always have the option to substitute for the run. 

But just to be safe, you might want to take Lyman’s lead in the picture above and bring some warm clothes because the safe money say’s 400s will happen!

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