PROGRESSposted September 29
Today I want to talk about the importance of tracking your workouts. Crossfit is all about competition, either with your self or with your fellow crossfitters. How else can you brag to all of your friends unless you’re keeping track of your scores? When a workout like Thursday’s comes up, how do you know what to shoot for on that heaviest single? You look in your journal to see what your previous lifts were and try to beat it. Even if it’s only by 5 pounds. It’s still progress.
There are many ways to keep track of your workouts. We sell a couple different wod books at CFHW that make it easy for you to keep track of what you’re doing. You also have access to a great web site where you can log all of the daily WODS and your max effort attempts, as well as keep a food log, track your measurements, and nerd out on power output. If you don’t already have an account, request to be adding to Crossfit Hollywood and get started logging your workouts. DO IT!
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