“Jump, land, and stand” is our standard for the box jump, but there are handful of things to be mindful of. First, make sure there’s a “ninja landing”, where there is little to no audible impact on the box. If there’s a loud, thunderous landing then it tells us you’re sending the energy down, not up, which is the intention of the movement. Obviously, the high repetition of such a movement could lead to foot/ankle/knee/hip/back issues. Second, you’ll notice Justin lands with his hips back- this loads the large posterior chain (hamstrings, glutes, and back) rather than just the ankle and knee. This skill can transfer over to your power landings in your olympic lifts. Finally resting on the top of the box allows for better rep cycling and rest management. The simple thought of not staying on the ground too long means that you’ll continue moving, improving your fitness and your workout score.

Justin jumping onto a 24″ box

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CrossFit WOD for Tasty Tuesday 5/22

1. back squat 5x5x70-75%
2. tabata front squats, 43/29kg
3. max burpee box jumps, 24/20″, in 5 minutes

Post tabata and AMRAP scores to whiteboard!

CompEx WOD

MFT #1459

Gymnastics Strength WOD

still rings and headstands

HIIT WOD

15 rounds of :30 on, :10 off
– rolling burpees
– elevated front foot split squats, L
– rolling v-ups
– elevated front foot split squats, R
– rolling pushups

4 rounds of 2 minutes on, :30 off
10 goblet cossack squats
5 turtles
10 tuck jumps
5 limbo
10 leg lifts + reverse crunch

3:00 max bench over & unders

as far as possible in 7 minutes: 10-20-30-40-50-etc of
kettlebell swinging high pulls
plate jumps

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