- 1 What does Rx and scaled mean in CrossFit?
- 2 What is an Rx athlete?
- 3 What does Rx and Rx+ mean?
- 4 What does Rx Plus mean in CrossFit?
- 5 How do you do the Rx for CrossFit?
- 6 What does metcon in CrossFit mean?
- 7 What does the RX stand for?
- 8 How does a WOD work?
- 9 What does WOD mean in slang?
- 10 What does Amrap 4 mean?
- 11 What is a CrossFit WOD?
- 12 What is Murph Rx?
- 13 What is scaled in CrossFit?
What does Rx and scaled mean in CrossFit?
Rx is described as a prescribed workout or “as written”. Scaled is a modification of that version, but not necessarily an easier version. When deciding to Rx a workout remember that there is a stimulus for the workout (power and stamina, paced effort, building strength, etc).
What is an Rx athlete?
Being an “Rx” athlete is a goal for many in the CrossFit community. So the idea is program your workouts for the highest skilled athletes in your gym, and modify the workout for those who can’t do the workout as prescribed, or, “As Rx’d”. Naturally then, the goal is to “Rx” the workout, or do the workout as written.
What does Rx and Rx+ mean?
Rx means you’re doing the workout as prescribed. Rx+ means you’re going above and beyond the standards of “as prescribed” movements and weights. Only scale a weight or a movement when you simply can’t do the movement or you think you won’t complete the workout in the designed time frame.
What does Rx Plus mean in CrossFit?
Rx & Rx Plus Rx is normally defined as completing the workout as prescribed, or in layman’s terms, doing everything written on the board within the time cap. Rx Plus, on the other hand, is doing just that and more.
How do you do the Rx for CrossFit?
RX means doing the WOD with the movement, reps, and weight as prescribed.. so not scaling the workout and doing it as written on the whiteboard. An example would be doing “Fran” 21-15-9 Thrusters (95/65) and pull-ups. This would mean you completed the workout RX.
What does metcon in CrossFit mean?
Short for metabolic conditioning, metcon describes a type of workout that most commonly combines strength and cardio conditioning, as well as both anaerobic and aerobic exercises. During a metcon workout, you moderately to intensely exert yourself for a prolonged amount of time.
What does the RX stand for?
Not only are the exercises themselves risky, but performing them under a fatigued state, such as during an intense circuit, increases the risk of injury even further. WARNING: A very serious, yet rare muscular injury known as rhabdomyolysis is also a major concern with participation in vigorous exercise.
How does a WOD work?
WOD – the workout of the day. This is where you’ll be told to do a certain number of reps of particular exercises as quickly as possible, or you’ll have a set time limit to do as many of a certain exercise as possible. Cooldown and stretching – Either as a group, or you’re allowed to stretch out on your own.
What does WOD mean in slang?
All of a sudden, you have to translate terms like “WOD” ( workout of the day ) and “metcon” (metabolic conditioning).
What does Amrap 4 mean?
Another common term you’ll hear is AMRAP, which stands for as many rounds as possible, as many reps as possible, or as many rounds and reps as possible.
What is a CrossFit WOD?
WOD: Workout of the Day. EMOM: Every Minute on the Minute. AMRAP: As Many Reps as Possible. Box: A CrossFit gym with the bare necessities to perform all the WODs. Ladder: A series of exercises where you increase the number of reps by 1 each time they are performed.
What is Murph Rx?
100 Pull-Ups. 200 Push-Ups. 300 Air Squats. 1 mile Run. All with a Weight Vest (20/14 lb)
What is scaled in CrossFit?
Scaling basically means that you change the intensity of the workout to your fitness level. There is a scaling option for every single exercise. Scaling can also mean that you do fewer rounds with the same intensity and weights, or just fewer reps of that particular exercise that you have not mastered yet.