The Ultimate Crossfit WODs List for Strength Training

WODs Can Help You Achieve Your Fitness Goals (Image Source: Shutterstock)

Benefits of Crossfit WODs

Crossfit WODs are For Anyone Who Wants to Increase Their Strength (Image Source: Shutterstock)

Beginner Crossfit Workouts

CrossFit Workout for Beginners | Day 1 │ Brandon Delargy

Air Squat

Having The Correct Hip and Knee Movements is Essential (Image Source: Shutterstock)
  • Find and maintain a neutral position that supports your spine. Tighten your core and watch to make sure that you don’t arch or round your back.
  • When you lower your body, bend at the knees and hips, keeping your knees in line with your toes.
  • Drop your hips below your knees.
  • Get back into a standing position by pushing up through your heels.

Shoulder Press

The Shoulder Press is a Cardinal Move for Beginners (Image Source: Shutterstock)
  • Grab an empty barbell and hold it on your shoulders. Your grip should be only slightly wider than shoulder-width.
  • Push the bar up. This should be done directly overhead.
  • Once done, return to your starting position.
  • Do this for as many sets as you can, and add weight little by little when ready.

Push Ups (and Push Up With Hand Release)

Push-ups Work Many Vital Muscles in The Body (Image Source: Shutterstock)
  • To get started, adjust your hands directly under your shoulders.
  • Lower yourself to the floor, keeping your core intact and your back straight.
  • Once at the bottom, push up to your starting position and make sure that your body is still in a straight line.

The Ultimate CrossFit WODs List for Strength Training

Hero WODs Without Equipment

10 Of The Best CrossFit® Barbell Workouts Done From Home │ Absolute Beast
  • The Seven
  • Lumberjack 20
  • Kalsu
  • Mogadishu Mile
  • Lupo
  • Holleyman

Linda

  • Deadlift at 1.5x bodyweight
  • Bench press at bodyweight
  • Clean at 0.75x bodyweight

Snatch EMOM

  • One snatch at 85% of your one-rep-max

Squats and Sprints

  • Five back squats
  • Sprint 100m on a track, or if you have one available to you, use the rower and complete 20 calories
  • Rest for 2 minutes

Strict Lynne

Don’t Be Afraid to Challenge Your Mind and Body (Image Source: Shutterstock)

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