17 April 2018


Workout of the Day

Today we're going to do a run of the Floater WOD for the Festivus Games that's happening this weekend. During the Saturday competition, this is written as 1 round of a 3 Minute AMRAP. Today, we're getting to do 5 rounds.

5 Rounds

1 Minute AMRAP
Max Meter Row
2 MInute AMRAP
Max Reps Double Unders or Single Unders
*Rest as needed between rounds.

Below is the specific description from the Festivus Games, if anyone is interested in reading.

  • Floater - Toss Me a Rope, I'm Drowning! 

  • With a 3-minute Running Clock...

    Part 1 – Max meters rowed in 1 minute
    Part 2 - Max double unders (DUs) or single unders (SUs) (Athlete’s choice) with remaining time
     

    The athlete will first perform the row. The judge will have the rower preset with 1:00 on the display so it counts down to zero for an exact meters rowed measurement. The athlete can choose any damper setting.

    After completing maximum meters rowed in 1 minute the athlete will perform either double unders or single unders. It's the athlete's choice. However, the athlete must declare to the judge which style they are choosing and only that style reps will count toward the score. Also, single unders will be rounded up to the nearest even number and then divided by 2.
    Example - Athlete does 123 SUs. Round up to 124. Divide by 2. Score=62

    FLOATER Standards

    Row - The athlete's feet do not have to be strapped in. The damper can be whatever the athlete chooses.

    Double Unders - This is the standard double under in which the rope passes completely under the feet twice for each jump. The rope must spin forward for the rep to count.

    Single Unders - This is the standard single-under in which the rope passes completely under the feet once for each jump. The rope must spin forward for the rep to count. As long as the rope continuously moves forward any hop over the rope is fine with each turn. Feet do not have to be together.

    Score 4: Meters rowed
    Score 5: Total double unders -OR- Total single unders divided by 2 after rounding up to nearest even number.
    Example - Athlete does 123 SUs. Round up to 124. Divide by 2. Score=62 


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