or select a wod category in order to see the associated workouts.
A benchmark WOD is generally considered a workout standard across CrossFit allowing you to compare your progress against others. Girl WODs, such as Fran or Amanda, are examples of benchmark WODs.
Work As Heavy As Possible. The goal is to complete the recommended workout as heavily as possible (AHAP). Depending on the instructions for the workout, an athlete may either be allowed to pick up a single weight for the workout or may work up to a heavy weight during the workout.
As many rounds/reps as possible (AMRAP): complete the prescribed workout as many times as possible within a given time period. For eg, six-minute AMRAP: 5 deadlifts, 10 pull-ups, 20 double unders. At the end of the six minutes, log the cumulative rounds done. Note: AMRAP can also mean "as many reps as possible."
If a workout is graded as For Time, the goal is to perform the specified amount of work as soon as possible (AFAP). The ranking "For Time" workouts is calculated as the cumulative amount of minutes and seconds (e.g. 08:15) on the clock when the last rep of the exercise is done.
A Hero WOD is a tribute to a fallen first responder or member of the military who died while serving honorably in the line of duty.
All daily WODS from the CrossFit “Main Site” are listed here.
These workouts are designed by coach and four-time Crossfit Games Champion, Rich Froning. They are published free of charge on the box's site.
In CrossFit and functional fitness, athletes and trainers in the U.S. and overseas regularly hold memorial workouts (often called Hero WODs) to commemorate the fallen on Memorial Day.
These are workouts that can be executed without any equipment, in any place you feel comfortable. Here you can find a big collection of many workouts that you can perform at home and keep you fit.
The Girls refers to a collection of originally named WODs created by CrossFit founder, Greg Glassman. There are 42 official workouts available now. Test your fitness level with these beauties!