Screaming pain during the last couple minutes of a workout is a feeling we know well. It has become one of the calling cards of CrossFit, and is often used as one of the criteria that differentiates "our" workout from "theirs." No day in the gym is a walk in the park, you wouldn't want it to be anyways, right? The reason you look and feel good, the reason this stuff actually works has to do with you. Our programming is intelligent and thought out, our coaches are competent and encouraging, but none of that matters if you don't put pedal to the metal on a regular basis.
So, here's a question for you: at the tail end of a workout, what do you do? Do you let up, or do you try to do your last set unbroken? Do you let the person ahead of you get away, or do you sprint for a photo finish? You get out of this what you put into it. Are you giving everything you've got?
I think Armen gave it his all during 15.3!
5 rounds for time:
21 wall ball (20/14)
9 squat cleans (155/103)
rest 2 minutes after each round
Posted by Commish