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CrossFit Cape Cod 12/26/13

December 26, 2013

Question Of The Day:
“Check Your Ego At The Door” is a common expression in CrossFit. Tell us what you think that means and why it’s important to CrossFit, in the comments.

CrossFit Cape Cod

Workout Of The Day
Three rounds for time of:
Knees to elbows, 21 reps
1 1/2 pood Kettlebell swing, 21 reps
Push-ups, 21 reps
Rope climb, 3 trips
20 inch Box jump, 21 reps
Back extension, 21 reps
Walking lunge, 150 ft

We last did this WOD November 2009

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  1. OldNatickRookie Reply

    Because of the varied levels of athletes that could be in a class, the elite athlete could very easily look down on the lesser one. I have yet to experience or see this.

  2. KristinP Reply

    I can’t speak for the whole community, but for me it means being proud of myself for all I have accomplished…instead of getting stuck on all of the areas I still feel inferior. CrossFit is WAY more enjoyable that way:)

  3. Kelly Cook Reply

    I agree with Tom and Kristin 100%. I have never felt inferior at all. I also feel that CrossFit can be extremely humbling on certain days, but you can’t let a tough workout discourage you. When I am discouraged, the best thing I can do is show up the next day and try again. Speaking of tough workouts, today was a bit of a doozy. 34:40, scaled k2e and rope climb.

  4. Robb Sykes Reply

    Valid viewpoints, to me Leaving the ego describes an approach to scaling the workout, as in not being so competitive that I might try to lift more than is beneficial and is possibly harmful. One might ask how I came to this opinion? The painful way of course!

  5. Eryn Andrews Reply

    To me it means don’t compare yourself with other people’s capabilities. Work at your pace and keep striving to do your best.

  6. KristinP Reply

    37:25 sub 1 rope climb for 3…and darn it that was tough!!! Thanks to john, Sarah and Erin for helping me get through that last round!

  7. jonathan miles Reply

    33:10. Checking my ego means showing up for wods like these, where I know I’ll get a great workout, but will not compete time wise with light body weight guys

  8. Erin Meagher Reply

    That was tough!!! 34- something. I did 6 climbs instead of 9
    Checking my ego- ANYTIME I think I’m going to do a wod and it won’t be that “bad” I’m always humbled! Not
    Doing all the rope climbs today to avoid tearing- all ego stuff!

  9. Kaitlyn Mutrie Reply

    Tough WOD!! 32:40

  10. Mark Lee Reply

    28:12 I like the comments on the ego question!

  11. mason Reply

    Nice pic Jamin!

  12. Terry obrien Reply

    32:56 scaled rope climbs…. they are my next mountain to climb Love, Love these marathon WODS

  13. Allan Fleck Reply

    29:31.

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