Workout of the Day – June 16th

For Time
1,000 Box Step-Ups (20 in)
Wear a Weighted Vest or Sandbag on your back
Complete 1,000 box step ups for time. 20” inch Box

If you have a ruck sack (weighted backpack to simulate the gear carried during a hiking expedition) then use this today!

*Score is the time it takes to complete all 1,000 repetitions.
50 min CAP or Athletes will have a HALF CHAD option, vest or ruck still encouraged*

Tips and Strategy

When you go into this workout, know that your pace will be slow. You’ll break a lot, but long rests will result in feeling like the clock is moving backwards instead of forwards. Commit to short breaks (10-15 seconds) and then get back on the box.

Intended Stimulus

This memorial WOD should feel like one of the most mentally challenging workouts you’ll ever do. You’ll want to quit at least a few times. But when you make it to the finish line, you’ll feel both exhausted (physically and mentally) and extremely accomplished. And if you keep Chad Michael Wilkinson in your mind during all 1,000 reps, you’ll also feel like you’ve properly honored a fellow human being.

Scaling Options

This workout is meant to be grueling and long—an hour or more for most athletes.

Single-modality workouts, ones where there is only one movement, (like “Randy,” “30 Muscle-Ups,” and “Run 3k”) are tough—there’s only one movement, and therefore, nowhere to hide.

Beginners should significantly scale the volume and/or the load to stay safe. The prescribed version of this workout should only be tackled by well-seasoned athletes. We are offering a HALF CHAD option today with same time cap see below:

For Time
500 Box Step-Ups (20 in)
Wear a Ruck Pack (25/15 lb)

For Time
200 Box Step-Ups (20 in)
No Weighted Ruck

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