Mike Tromello

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Masters and teens athletes strategize their workout plan for this weekend's online competition to get a place at the CrossFit Games.
This is a straight-up "engine" WOD designed to hurt, and hurt bad.
Handstand pushups will be the deciding factor in this one.
In this WOD, efficiency may be more important than strength.
Dumbbells could be a big factor in how you manage this workout competitively.
It's time to strategize the best approach to the first of this year's CrossFit Open WODs.
Here are my final tips to help you perform your best in this year's Open.
Plan your meals for competition in the same way you plan your workouts.
The final 4 weeks of your open preparation means that you are that much closer to reaching your goals.
Cycling single lifts efficiently means watching the awards from the podium, not the stands.
CrossFit does not follow the distinctions of weightlifting or powerlifting and instead will use terms like ground-to-overhead, or shoulder-to-overhead to describe barbell movements.
Prepping for the CrossFit Open, you may think you understand the lifting movements, but CrossFit has its own spin on things.