The Easiest Fitness Level Workouts

Last year we released “Fitness Level“, which will tell you your overall Fitness Level in a number from 1-99. To calculate your Fitness Level, we look at 8 different categories of workouts. The more of these workouts that you have completed, the more confident we are in the accuracy of your Fitness Level.

Fitness Level Overview

You can browse through all of the Fitness Level workouts by going to “Explore” > “Workouts” on beyondthewhiteboard.com and selecting the filter for “Fitness Level” > “All”.

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In order for a workout result to be considered for Fitness Level, it must be done “As Rx’d” (as prescribed). If a Fitness Level workout contains movements (e.g. Pull-ups, Muscle-ups, etc.) or weights that you can’t complete without scaling, then we won’t be able to use that workout as part of your calculation. Fortunately, there are workouts in each category that almost everyone can do as prescribed. Below is a list of those Fitness Level workouts.  Use them to gauge/track your Fitness Level while you inch closer and closer to performing the more difficult ones without requiring modifications.

If a Fitness Level workout contains movements (e.g. Pull-ups, Muscle-ups, etc.) or weights that you can’t complete without scaling, then we won’t be able to use that workout as part of your calculation. Fortunately, there are workouts in each category that almost everyone can do as prescribed. Below is a list of those Fitness Level workouts.

Power Lifts
Olympic Lifts
Speed
Endurance
Bodyweight Metcons
Light Metcons
Heavy Metcons
  • CrossFit Games Open 13.1
    • As many reps in 17 mins as you can of:
      40 Burpees
      30 Snatches, 75/45 lbs
      30 Burpees
      30 Snatches, 135/75 lbs
      20 Burpees
      30 Snatches, 165/100 lbs
      10 Burpees
      Snatch, 210/120 lbs
  • CrossFit Games Open 12.2
    • As many reps in 10 mins as you can of:
      30 Snatches, 75/45 lbs
      30 Snatches, 135/75 lbs
      30 Snatches, 165/100 lbs
      30+ Snatches, 210/120 lbs
  • CrossFit Games Open 11.6 / 12.5
    • As many reps in 7 mins as you can of:
      3 Thrusters, 100/65 lbs
      3 Chest-to-bar Pull-ups
      6 Thrusters, 100/65 lbs
      6 Chest-to-bar Pull-ups
      9 Thrusters, 100/65 lbs
      9 Chest-to-bar Pull-ups
      12 Thrusters, 100/65 lbs
      12 Chest-to-bar Pull-ups
      Etc.
Long Metcons
  • 6 RFT: 400 m and Burpees
    • 6 rounds for time of:
      Run, 400 m
      25 Burpees
  • FT: Rows, Wall Balls
    • For time:
      Row, 2 km
      50 Wall Balls, 20 lbs
      Row, 1 km
      35 Wall Balls, 20 lbs
      Row, 500 m
      20 Wall Balls, 20 lbs
  • Small
    • 3 rounds for time of:
      Row 1000 m
      50 Burpees
      50 Box Jumps, 24 in
      Run 800 m

 

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