WOD’s 2.0: A Collection of More Than 200 Great WOD’s
More than 200 WOD’s in one book! This book was made to let you easily access a complete list of WODs from your kindle or any other device. You can take these workouts with you to any place – the gym, a park, or simply use it at the convenience of your home.
This book contains a wide variety of WODs: The Benchmark Girls WOD’s Results are measured by breaking old personal records and setting new ones on lifts, skills, and WODs such as the Fran. The Benchmark girls WODs are foundational WODs made to test our fitness development over time by comparing new results with past results. Beginners WOD’s WODs for beginners are simple and easy workouts made for starting this special fitness regime or get back into ‘‘the game’’.
These WODs will help you to get started and ease into the more rigorous WODs which will follow later on. Hero WOD’s The Hero WODs are the most intense workouts that you’ll experience. They are designed to be very intense in honor of the fallen heroes. WOD’s-To-Go (no equipment needed) With these workouts, there’s little excuses that can be made whilst you’re travelling, or on vacation, or at home without equipment.
Fitness doesn’t need any equipment to be effective which is one of the best things about it. All you need for these WOD’s is effort, a bit of time and space and a watch or a clock and you’re good to go! So what are your waiting for? Grab your copy of WOD’s 2.0, choose a WOD and get your heart pumping!
About the Author
David Forrester is a writer, a big fan of CrossFit and the proud author of Amazon bestseller “WODs 2.0: A Collection of More Than 200 Great WOD’s”. David came up with the idea for his book when he realized that he had to search for WODs each time he wanted find a new WOD or wasn’t sure about the specific exercises or reps of an old one. To find out more, check out David’s book “WODs 2.0: A Collection of More Than 200 Great WOD’s”!
Reviews of WOD’s 2.0: A Collection of More Than 200 Great WOD’s
Review 1: For what it’s worth
I’m a professional trainer and although I rarely recommend crossfit to people seeking advice, this book has what it claims to have. Crossfit is not a one-size-fits-all workout so proceed with caution, but the information covered is valid and accurate.
Review 2: Great concise book on crossfit.
I have been doing crossfit for 7 months but the cost was hard to keep up with. I was paying between $125 to $150 per month. Then my kid’s school schedule changed and I could no longer go from 5:30 am to 6;30am. I switched to Lifetime Fitness and found an App that had crossfit workouts. This book has more workouts than my app and I am able to continue at half the price and go on my own schedule. Great book!
Review 3: Very good for the athlete in your life.
This is an excellent book on Crossfit style workouts. An easy reference point.