Top 5 Most Insane Crossfit Workouts

CrossFit-WODs

CrossFit is designed for anyone committed towards reaching their fitness goals. The workouts of the day, or WODs as they are known among CrossFit enthusiasts, are all difficult, yet some are considered more brutal in their intensity. Here are the top five most insane CrossFit workouts.

Fran

  • 21 thrusters
  • 21 pull-ups
  • 15 thrusters
  • 15 pull-ups
  • 9 thrusters
  • 9 pull-ups

Breaking the three-minute mark when doing the most popular and most feared CrossFit WOD of all time is considered a huge accomplishment. Standard weight is 95 pounds for men and 65 pounds for women. Start standing while holding a barbell against your shoulders. Squat with the bar at shoulder level and return to standing by thrusting the weight over head into a push press. Aim for no rest in between the exercises.

Grace

  • 30 clean and jerks

Using a weight of 135 pounds for men and 95 pounds for women, this Olympic move is simple, yet difficult because it requires speed, coordination, power, strength and flexibility. Do them for time to make them more difficult.

Ryan

  • 7 muscle-ups
  • 21 burpees

This WOD last five rounds, performed as quickly as possible. The challenge here is being able to complete so many muscle-ups, showing a huge commitment to CrossFit.

Sage

  • 20 thrusters
  • 20 pull-ups
  • 20 burpees

The combination of thrusters at 135 pounds for men, 65 pounds for women, with pull-ups is a potent one. By throwing in burpees and extending the workout time to 20 minutes, you have a thoroughly brutal WOD.

Murph

  • 1 mile run
  • 100 pull-ups
  • 200 push-ups
  • 300 squats
  • 1 mile run

This simple WOD pushes your body to its limits because of the sheer number of repetitions along with the fact you’re doing them all at once.

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