Demolished

Sometimes after finishing a workout, the only thing you’re capable of doing is laying down on the floor and rolling around. Dave, Bill and Ryan demonstrate this well in this picture as Justin and Zeb count scores.

As you may have read before, your power output (or work done per given time) is directly proportional to your level of fitness. If you know your work and power output in a given workout, you’ve got a number from which you can compare your results to other people. Now there is an easy way to calculate this… with the Work and Power Output Calculator. Thanks to Greg Everett and Eva Twardokens for putting this together! Check it out!

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Today’s Workout

For time:
400m run
40 Wall Ball
40 Burpees
400m run
40 Push Press, 30# dbs
40 Push-ups
400m run
40 Jumping pull-ups
40 Walking lunges
400m run
40 Double-unders
40 Kettlebell Swings

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