Friday April 10, 2020

We can’t wait to get back on the barbell! But for now the dumbbell will have to do.

We are excited to be starting our second week of online Zoom WOD’s at! Which means we’re one week closer to getting back in the gym! But for now the Zoom times are 7:00am, 12:00pm, and 4:30pm, Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. Heather will also be teaching a Recovery/Mobility Zoom class this weeks day/time to be determined. Just click on the links that are provided on the website. Be patient with us as this is all new and we are still learning. If you would like to see a WOD time added, please let us know on the CrossFit Draper community facebook page. We can’t wait to see all of you on Zoom!

Click here for the 7:00am WOD.
Click here for the 12:00pm WOD.
Click here for the 4:30pm WOD.


“Hannah Banana”

10 Strict Toes to Bar
20 Alternating Dumbbell Power Snatches
60 Double-Unders

“Hannah Banana” (No Equipment Version)

10 Toe Raises
20 Odd-Object Ground-to-Overhead
60 Double-Unders


Using a single dumbbell in this longer AMRAP workout
Pick a weight that you can complete the snatches with 1 break MAX each round
For the strict toes to bar choose a number and height for feet that allows you to stay as strict as possible
Aim to complete the double unders in 1-2 sets
FInd a moderate pace through the whole workout that allows you to attack the strict toes to bar with precise quality
Let’s use a break-up strategy on the strict toes to bar that maintains technical movement patterns throughout this 18 minute workout


Double Unders

60 Hot Hops (each foot tap counts as a rep)Video


Toes Raises Video


50 Single Unders
50 Double Unders
3 Rounds:
30 Seconds Samson Stretch Video
15 Glute Bridges
30 Seconds Cossack Squats Video
15 Air Squats


Box Squats

On the Minute x 10:
2 Box Squats

*Performed at 50% of 1RM Back Squat

*Box Set Just Below Parallel



“A fall into a ditch can make you wiser.”

~Chinese Proverb

A fall into a ditch is a little embarrassing. On a physical level however, pretty easy to recover from. Dust off, and carry on. A fall off a cliff however is… not so nice. Both are mistakes. But one is far more damaging than the other.

Rarely do we step off the cliff first. Before we approach that edge, chances are highly likely that we are going to fall into “ditches” several times along the way, acting as quiet, but real, warning signs. It becomes dangerous when these are ignored.

A cardinal rule of ours is to never waste our failures. These seemingly small mishaps are nature’s way of letting us know where to place our efforts, and where to learn from. But there’s a reason the quote above reads “can” make you wiser. It’s a choice to learn.

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