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Murph Crossfit Workout

Murph Crossfit Workout

Every year on a memorial day, CrossFitters in affiliates across the world perform the Hero workout, ‘Murph’. It is a workout that has become synonymous with CrossFit, not only for its brutal toughness, except for what it represents. ‘Murph’ is not simply another workout we do in a category to increase our fitness before moving on to no matter else we have happening in the day. It is a workout designed to remember the men and women of the armed forces that have lost their lives in defense of our freedom. And as is the case with each Hero workout, it has a story of spirit and sacrifice behind it. Murph’ is called after Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, who was killed in action in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. He was 29-years-old.

 

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HOW IT’S DONE

Patiently Elite CrossFit athletes can take over 25 minutes to complete, with some carrying a 20-pound weighted vest from starting to finish. many crossFitters can carry over double that figure. The sheer volume of reps is discouraging, however, that’s what makes this workout therefore special. once you’re 40 minutes in and still haven’t started your second-mile run, a powerful mental game is the only thing that may see you through to the top.

DIRECTIONS

if you’re not aware of the high volume, create a scaled try initially. Drop the reps by 50th and see however you recover. assuming it’s not unfortunate, wait some weeks and take a stab at the complete WOD. Add a weighted vest just once you blow through the workout.

My mindset once I do any Hero workout is one of remembrance. Spend some moments beforehand considering the sacrifice made by its hero namesake, then charge ahead with the courage to the line.

WHAT “MURPH” IS

For Time:

1-mile run
100 pull-ups
200 pushups
300 air squats
-mile run end.