WODs that Travel Well

By: Jenessa Connor

Psyched about your summer plans, but worried about hijacking your fitness goals? Don’t be! First of all, rest and recovery are crucial parts of any training program, so go ahead dedicate some time to pure relaxation. Secondly, CrossFit is a portable sport. We all love barbells, kettlebells, and ski ergs, but you don’t need any equipment to get an effective workout. In fact, many benchmark WODs use only bodyweight movements, so you can do them anywhere (in the tiny hotel gym, on the beach, in your parents’ basement, etc.) 

We put together this list of WODs that travel well. If you don’t have access to a pull-up bar, you can sub in biceps curls (use whatever weights are handy), banded rows (a band is cheap and will fit in your carry-on), or bodyweight dips (use a bench or chair). And don’t forget to pack your jump rope!

Barbara

5 RFT: 

20 pull-ups

30 push-ups

40 sit-ups

50 squats 

Chelsea

30 min EMOM:

5 pull-ups

10 push-ups

15 squats 

Mary 

20 min AMRAP:

5 handstand push-ups

10 pistols (alternating legs)

15 pull-ups 

Cindy 

20 min AMRAP:

5 pull-ups 

10 push-ups

15 squats

Annie

50, 40, 30, 20, 10 for time

Double-unders

Sit-ups 

Nicole

20 min AMRAP 

400m run

Max rep pull-ups (or sub push-ups)

Benchmark WODs Courtesy of CrossFit HQ