“Time Priority vs. Task Priority…”

Posted: July 21, 2017 in Uncategorized

Same Movements… Different WOD..

Old School Fight Gone Bad…

In CrossFit, there are basically 2 types of WODs: Time Priority and Task Priority…

An example of a Time Priority WOD would be “Cindy”. As Many Rounds As Possible in 20 Mins of 5 Pull Ups, 10 Push Ups and 15 Air Squats. During this type of WOD, your goal is, well basically, to keep your body moving for those 20 Mins to get as many reps in as you can. Another great example of a Time Priority WOD is “Fight Gone Bad”. During FGB, you spend 1 Min at each station (Wall Ball Shots, SDHPs, Box Jumps, Push Press and Row for Cal.) and try to get as many reps in as possible. After the 1st Round, you rest for 1 Min and jump into the 2nd Round, then rest for 1 Min and then attack the last Round. Your score is total completed for all 3 Rounds…

An example of a Task Priority WOD would be “Fran”. For “Fran”, you are to complete 21 Thrusters, 21 Pull Ups, 15 Thrusters, 15 Pull Ups, 9 Thrusters and 9 Pull Ups as fast as you can. There is no 20 Min Cap, 15 Min Cap, 12 Min Cap, etc etc. Its just “get this work done as fast as you can!”

That being said, today, we’re gonna take a WOD normally performed with Time Priority in mind and turn it into a Task Priority WOD.

Check out the video…

ALRIGHT… HERE WE GO!!!

Strength… Rest Day!!!

MetCon…  “Fight Gone Bad Task Priority”

For A Total Of 3 Rounds With A 1 Min Rest Between Rounds… 1 Round Is:

20 Wall Ball Shots (Rx’d: M-20lbs To 10Ft./F-14lbs To 8Ft.) Straight Into…

20 Sumo DeadLift High Pulls (Rx’d: M-75lbs/F-55lbs…) Straight Into…

20 Box Jumps (Rx’d: M-24″/F-20″…) Straight Into…

20 Push Presses (Rx’d: M-75lbs/F-55lbs…) Straight Into…

20 Cal Row…

CHECK YOUR FINISH TIME & Rest For 1 Min…

Repeat 2 More Times!!!

Your Score Will Be Your Finish Time After 3 Rounds…

Scores From October 28th, 2011…

3…2…1…GO!!!

Mando

“The origin story of “Fight Gone Bad” is now a thing of CrossFit legend. When world-renowned UFC fighter B.J. Penn went to CrossFit founder Greg Glassman looking for a workout that would mimic the trials of a bout in the Octagon, Glassman devised a devastating test: three five-minute rounds containing high- power compound exercises meant to work every muscle in the body and re-create the intensity of a real mixed martial arts battle. When Penn was lying on the floor trying to catch his breath after the brutal workout, Glassman asked whether the new circuit felt anything like a fight. “It’s like a fight gone bad,” Penn replied, supplying the name for one of CrossFit’s most challenging—and notorious—workouts.”

7.20.2017 WOD & Scores…

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