Workouts - Voodoo CrossFit 512 North Austin

WHAT DOES THE

WORKOUT LOOK LIKE?

Voodoo’s programming follows the exact same format as the best format available to CrossFitters, that being the CrossFit.com format. No other format has had the most peer review or scrutiny and our formula is by the book. If there was a better way, CrossFit main site would do it. We are proud to say we are one of the few facilities that strictly adheres to the fundamentals of CrossFit. Our goal is to only give you the best.

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WARM UP & SKILLS

We typically start with a movement to get us warm, like a 400m jog or 3 minutes on a rower. Then we line up and do a mix of dynamic and functional movements, such as squats, push-ups, stretches and mobility work that compliments the workout of the day. Before we actually do the workout, we may work on skills or form and then discuss the best way to do the workout for each person.
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WORKOUT OF THE DAY

The Workout of the Day (WOD) is the heart of every workout. It varies from day-to-day and is a mix of CrossFit workout routines that utilizes HIIT and strength training. The WOD may be time or require you to do as many reps as possible in a given amount of time.
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COOL DOWN & STRETCH

We end our time by breaking our heart rate back down and stretching. This will help reduce the risk of injury and soreness and help you increase flexibility. Many members will spend extra time after class working on special skills or using the foam rollers.

THE CROSSFIT LINGO

We know it can overwhelming to walk into a new gym (we call it the box), with new people, new movements, and all of these weird terms. Here is some of the comma lingo you will see in the WODs.

SUCCESS STORIES

I used to think lifting all day was the only way to get strong – but I’ve come to realize there is much more to dynamic/practical strength than just curling a dumbbell. Shout out to @voodoocrossfit for changing my opinion on what “fitness” really is and helping me add gymnastic strength to my overall routine

-Zachary

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HOW DO I ADJUST
MY WORKOUT?

Why no RX all the time? We focus on an approach that focuses on the individual. Unless the WOD is a benchmark, follow these guidelines:

Heavy: Something that you could only get for about 5-8 reps, touch and go, on a great day, when fresh.

Medium: Something that you could only get for about 9-15 reps, touch and go, on a great day, when fresh.

Light: Something that you could only get for about 15-20 or more reps, touch and go, on a great day, when fresh.

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