Just about 2/3 of the stuff currently in our little “Shed”.
With a continuously running clock, complete 1 pull up the first minute, 2 pull ups the second minute, 3 pull ups the third minute. . . until you can no longer complete the required number of pull ups in the allotted minute.
Post number of rounds completed and number of pull ups finished in the last round to comments.
. . . The Case Against CrossFit
A closer look at this controversial workout program
by Charles Poliquin
â€œThe best program is the one youâ€™re not using,â€ is one of my favorite axioms. I say this because Iâ€™ve never believed that there is one perfect workout system. The high-intensity training methods of the late Arthur Jones workâ€¦for a time. Strongman training worksâ€¦for at time. And weightlifting and powerlifting methods workâ€¦for a time. Variety, whether it be correcting a lack of it or too much of it, is one of the keys to making continual progress with your training and achieving your goals. And that brings up the topic of CrossFit, Inc. TM.
If you Google the words â€œPoliquinâ€ and â€œCrossFit,â€ youâ€™ll find that there has been a considerable amount of discussion about my recent comments on another website about this method of training. Although my intent was to make a few general comments about what I thought of this method of training – and throw in a few wisecracks in the process – itâ€™s obvious that a more in-depth discussion about CrossFit is in order. So, here it is. . .