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If you have been hitting the competition training every day, you should have felt over the last couple of weeks that it became harder and harder to recover between workouts, and towards the end of this week performance in the WOD started to suffer. We have just finished a cycle of higher volume competition work with a lot of redundancy in the strength patterns. The diminished recovery is a function of the higher volume. The competition work will now dial back over the next cycle and you will find your speed in workouts again, plus you should find over the coming weeks that your strength has increased.
Now is the time to start addressing weaknesses in the build up to the Open. You need to perform some analysis on your previous year’s Open results and find your worst workout. Not the one that felt the worst, or that you were most disappointed with, but rather the one that had the worst ranking compared to your other rankings. Consider the time domain, the rep scheme, the loading, the movements, and the interaction of movements. Then, determine how much better you need to be to make your score 15% better in the rankings (i.e. what score would you need to hit for that improvement) Next, look back over the last 2 weeks of training and identify your 3 worst performances from both the WOD and the COMP training. Same deal, not on feeling, but based on result compared to the other results. See if you can find the link between your worst workout performance and your worst training performances. We are going to use this information to target your specific weaknesses.