It's time to celebrate, the end of the world didn't happen. I guess I'm excited there is no zombie apocalypse, so instead of doing a WOD of mass destruction let's do a WOD of celebration. I was asked if we could repeat our very first 12 days of Christmas WOD, some have thought this was one of the most challenging WOD's we've done at CFIB. I personally think it's not that bad. When this WOD was done we were only open a few months, so it just seemed like the most painful thing on the planet. Yes it's fun and challenging but I'm betting not nearly as horrible as everyone has made it sound. So let's find out :-)
If this WOD is the most painful ridiculous thing ever then I won't let you know that Aaron K suggested we repeat this WOD....so Just forget that I mentioned that Aaron K asked we repeat this WOD, so again don't blame Aaron K.
The WOD is done for time and the sequence is
done the same way as The 12 Days of Christmas is sung. Athletes are
encouraged to wear “Christmas style” clothing, such as a santa or elf hat or jingle bells during the WOD to show their holiday spirit.
"12 Days of Christmas from December 2010"
1 50m run
4 air squats
5 kb swing (55/35)
6 Push Ups
7 back squats(95/65)
8 push press(95/65)
9 hang cleans(95/65)
11 box jumps 28/24
12 50meter rows (yes, you're doing a 600m row but I had to say 12 because it's part of the song)
Example: The 6th day of Christmas is: 6 x push ups, 5 x KB swings, 4 x Air Squats, 3 x burpees, 2 x HSPU, and a partridge in a…oops, I mean, 1 x 50m meter sprintHere are the times from 2010, I'm excited that of the 22 people that did this WOD back then, 16 of them still training strong with CrossFit Interbay
Here is a present to all of us. Gym field trip to watch the midnight showing opening night of this beastly pimp movie. They should have titled it "Light Weight"