Rowing WOD 1/29/14: 2x1k, 2x500m, 2x250m – Post Avg Splits

Rowing WOD:

The Virtual Boats projected on the wall at the Renegade Rowing League on Saturday!

The Virtual Boats projected on the wall at the Renegade Rowing League on Saturday!

Race Pace

2 x 1k w/ 5:00 Rest

2 x 500m w/ 3:00 Rest

2 x 250m w/ 1:30 Rest

  • Post Avg Splits to Comments

Conditioning WOD:

5RFT

5 Knees to Elbows

10 Box Jumps (24/20 in.)

15 Push Ups

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Strength WOD:

Superset:

6 x 1min Plank (Cycle through Front, Side, Side)

6 x 10 GHD Sit Ups

High Intensity is your ability to push your boundaries a little further everyday.  If you never test your limits you’ll never know what you’ve got.

Todays Rowing WOD calls for Race Pace and is a test of your ability to consistently perform under pressure.  Set the monitor for Intervals Variable and input 1k, 5min rest, 1k, 5min rest, 500m, 3min rest, 500m, 3min rest, 250m, 1min30sec rest, 250m, 1min30sec rest.  Pick the 500m Split and Stroke Rating you plan to hold as your race pace for CRASH-B’s.  For each distance execute that pace (split and SR) as consistently as possible.  When you repeat a distance try to be even more consistent and imagine each stroke takes you closer to a PR at CRASH-B’s.

Remember, the goal is to row at race pace for every piece.  Focus on your split and stroke rate and row at high intensity with good form.

Post your average 500m splits for each piece to comments.

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3 thoughts on “Rowing WOD 1/29/14: 2x1k, 2x500m, 2x250m – Post Avg Splits

  1. rowing wod portion

    1000m – 2:00.1 -32s/m
    1000m – 2:03.2 -31s/m
    500m – 1:59.1 – 33s/m
    500m -1:59.1 – 33s/m
    (not sure how i got the exact same thing for both 500’s but apparently i did)
    250m – 1:51.4 – 37s/m
    250m – 1:54.4 -36s/m
    ( I’m pretty sure form took a nose dive at the end, and 37 s/m is a bit much.)

    Overall felt pretty good.

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