WOD– Workout of the Day
AMRAP– As many rounds as possible or reps as possible
For Time– The prescribed workout shall be done in the least possible time.
EMOM– Each Minute On the Minute
PR– Personal Record
PB– Personal Best
Metcon– Metabolic Conditioning
Box– CrossFit gym
“Tabata”– Named after Dr. Tabata who designed an interval typed of workout doing 20 seconds of moving and 10 second of rest for 8 rounds. (Total of 4 minute per exercise)
Rack Position– Bar resting on your collar bone and anterior deltoids (front shoulder) support by hands.
Back Squat– Squat with barbell on your back.
Front Squat– Squat with barbell in the “Rack Position”
Overhead Squat– Squat with barbell held overhead.
HSPU– Handstand Push-up
MU– Muscle Ups; a Pullup to a Ring Dip, it can be performed on the High Bar or Still Rings.
Rx’d: As prescribed; as written. WOD done without any adjustments.
SDHP: Sumo deadlift high pull
T2B– Toes To Bar
K2E– Knees To Elbows
KB– A term used to describe Kettlebells
AHAP– As Heavy As Possible
GPP– General Physical Preparedness A.K.A FITNESS
Double Unders– Jump rope skill. You jump once and the rope makes 2 rounds
Power Clean– Olympic Lift. Barbell starts on the ground and end in the rack position.
Hang Clean– Olympic Lift. Barbell starts by hanging from your hips and end in the front squat position.
Squat Clean– Olympic Lift. Barbell starts on the ground and ends in a front squat.
Power Snatch– Olympic Lift. Barbell starts on the ground and ends up over head.
Hang Snatch– Olympic Lift. Barbell starts by hanging from your hips and ends up over your head.
Squat Snatch– Olympic Lift. Barbell starts on the ground and ends up in the overhead squat position.
Burpee– Gymnastic move that you drop to the ground, do a push-up, jump into a squat and then jump.
Box Jump– Jump onto a box
(1/3/5..etc) RM– X Rep Max; which is the maximum weight that you can perform with it X number of reps