The CrossFit Open is just about here! Here is a summary of the workouts to date:
The shaded workouts are ones that have been repeated (or very similar ones repeated as in the case of 12.2/3 and 13.1).
Every year they have repeated at least one workout. If I had to predict which workouts were likely to show up it would be:
- 2012: 12.3,
- 2013: 13.4, 13.5 (the ‘FranRap’)
- 2014: 14.3 (DL increasing and Box Jump), 14.4 (row, t2b, wb, p clean, mu)
- 2015: 15.1, 15.4, 15.5 (row thruster)
- 2016: 16.1, 16.2 (t2b, du, increasing s cleans) 16.3, 16.4
(The workouts in bold with a brief description are ones that might be a bit more likely than the rest in my opinion).
In 2016 we did not see any box jumps (in 2015 either!), heavy-ish snatches, or ring muscle ups. We should be prepared for these this year!
They still have not done any type of running. In previous years, the judges course did have a shuttle run with a line touch as something we had to ‘judge’. Maybe this year will be the year that we see some sort of running!
The larger PDF version attached also has performance data for top 200, top 1000, and top 2000 in the world, as well as Masters 45-49 and 50-54 (if you are 35-44 you should be using the youngin data, and if you are over 55 use the 50-54 with a bit of extrapolation).
Be sure to hammer those goats that are likely to show up in the Open!
I have also attached a worksheet for you to document your performances on these workouts to date. This may come in handy when we see similar (or the same) workout come up in the 2017 Open.
I hope that everyone has a great Open this year. Good luck!