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CrossFit workouts can be pretty brutal. They test the limits of your strength, speed and endurance, with or without a group setting. Hear mixed opinions about CrossFit? It’s worth it—but if you want to test yourself before you jump in feet-first, put yourself through these six ultra-demanding WODs—that’s CrossFit-speak for “workout of the day.

And what workouts they are. These nasty routines run the gamut from extremely difficult to utterly vicious and borderline insane. As long as you’re giving them your all, they’ll leave you winded and sore like never before.

A CrossFit staple, the Filthy 50 is a brutal series of taxing exercises that’s likely to seem endless if you’ve never done it before. The circuit includes 50 reps of 10 different exercises, all done as quickly as possible. Do 50 box jumps with a 24-inch box, 50 jumping pullups, 50 kettlebell swings, 50 walking lunge steps, 50 knees to elbows, 50 reps of push press with 45 pounds, 50 back extensions, 50 wallballs using a 20-pound ball, 50 burpees (dropping all the way to the floor), 50 double-unders.

Workout which u can do at home or at gym

Workout 1: 6-round Bodyweight WOD

Do 6 rounds of:
10 Pushups
15 V-Ups
20 Jumping Air Squat
“Hit this workout hard and as fast as you can,” says Naman. “It’s going to be a fight.”

Workout 2: 16-minute AMRAP

In 16 minutes, do as many rounds as possible (AMRAP) of:
10 Burpees
10 Pullups
20 Lunges
20 Situps
“This will be a grind. Have a good solid warm up, then get right into it,” says Naman.

Workout 3: 20-minute EMOM

This workout follows an every-minute-on-the-minute (EMOM) pattern. Do the prescribed exercises at the start of each minute, and then rest for the remainder of each minute. Do this pattern five times, for 20 total minutes.
Minute 1: 15 Pushups
Minute 2: 10 Pullups
Minute 3: 15 Situps
Minute 4: 20 Lunges
“Work hard to hit that goal in the minute and enjoy the rest until the next!” says Naman.

Workout 4: Ten to One

This workout uses an ascending/descending rep scheme. On your first “round,” you’ll do 10 burpees and 1 pullup. The next round, you’ll do 9 burpees and 2 pullups, and so on until you finish at 10 pullups and 1 burpee.
Burpees: 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
Pullups: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10
Try to rest as little as possible between rounds.

Workout 6: Murph

“Murph,” a Memorial Day staple at American CrossFit boxes and easily one of the most grueling CrossFit WODs imagineable, can easily be done anywhere with a pullup bar.
1-mile Run
100 Pullups
200 Pushups
300 Air Squat
1-mile Run
You may break up the pullups, pushups, and air squats as you see fit. Many CrossFitters do it in segments of 5 pullups, 10 pushups, and 15 squats. Another option is 5 pullups, 5 pushups, 15 squats, and 5 pushups.
Professional CrossFitters will do this workout with a 20-lb weight vest, but that’s optional (and probably discouraged for anyone doing this workout for the first time). Here’s a primer on the top 10 tactics to survive Murph.

Workout 7: 7-minute AMRAP

In seven minutes, do as many rounds as possible of the following:
10 Lunges
10 Mountain Climbers
10 Pushups
“Enjoy the rest and hit the AMRAPs hard and fast,” says Naman.

Workout 8: 16-minute Upper-Body AMRAP

In 16 minutes, do as many rounds as possible (AMRAP) of:
8 Burpees
8 Pushups
16 Pullups
16 Hanging Knee Tucks or Situps
“It’s going to be an upper-body killer,” says Naman.

Workout 9: Full-throttle AMRAP

In 20 minutes, do as many rounds as possible (AMRAP) of:
21 Jumping Air Squats
15 Pushups
9 Burpee Pullups (Grab the pullup bar at the top of the burpee jump and finish the pullup.)

Workout 10: High-rep Bodyweight Classic

Do eight rounds of the following:
10 Pushups
10 Air Squats
10 Burpees
10 Air Squats

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