Frequent question: What is a good Diane time CrossFit?

What is good time for CrossFit Girl WOD Diane? Accroding to our app good time for Diane is 5 min and 29 seconds with good time cap of 9 minutes. You will get about the same data from BTWB where time of 5:15 is better than 75% of the people and being faster than 9:00 time cap will get you into top 25% of the people.

What is a good CrossFit grace time?

What is a good time for Grace? According to the WOD Time Calculator, good time for grace for Regional athletes is 2:11, for advanced athletes 3:24 and for beginners 6:40. If you are a beginner, you should aim for time faster than 8 minutes.

What is Karen in CrossFit?

Karen is one of the CrossFit Girl benchmark workouts (WODs). This WOD was first introduced in 2008 on the main site. Karen is one of the simplest WODs out there as it consists of just 150 wall ball shots with 20 lbs medball for men on 10 feet (3.05 m) target and 14 lbs medball on 9 feet (2.7m) target.

What is CrossFit Cindy?

Cindy is one of the best known CrossFit Girls and one of the most popular WODs out there. It is a simple 20 Min AMRAP of 5 pull-ups, 10 push-ups, and 15 air squats. The workout may look easy at first glance. It is an easy workout if you go slowly.

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What is Linda workout?

Linda is the only CrossFit Girl benchmark workout (WOD) that uses weights calculated from the athlete’s body weight. Linda consists of three barbell movements deadlift, bench press and squat clean with declining reps starting at 10 of each and going down by 1 each round.

What are CrossFit WODs?

A Hero WOD (workout of the day) is a tribute to a fallen first responder or member of the military who died while serving honorably in the line of duty.

What is the CrossFit workout Mary?

What is the Mary WOD? The Mary WOD is one of the Crossfit Girl WODs. Athletes have 20 minutes to complete as many rounds as they can (AMRAP) of 5 handstand push-ups, 10 pistols (alternating legs) and 15 pull-ups. Mary is a Crossfit benchmark WOD used to assess an athlete’s progress over time.