Have you ever been the only person in class? The class time doesn't matter, it's bound to happen sooner or later. Maybe everyone slept in or went home early leaving you all alone in class. The workout is the same, the music is still loud but it's a completely different vibe when you compare it to being in the middle of a full house. Days like this are cool for two reasons: first, you get one-on-one coaching and, second, you get to assess your mental toughness. Personally, I find it easier to keep pace during a workout when people are around. I keep reminding myself to catch up to someone or not to let them catch me. Having someone nearby is motivating whether or not you know it. Things get a little more difficult when you're solo however. How long do you keep up this pace? When do you let go of the bar? How long do you rest? It all comes down to your own mettle and resilience during a workout. It can be as easy or as difficult as you want it to be. I'm guessing you'll probably lean toward making things a little more challenging, that's why you do CrossFit after all... right?
Eddie earned his turkey dinner last week!
odd - 5 platform sandbag carry
even - 10 push ups + 15 squats
Posted by Commish