Choose one of the following:
60-90 mins of Stretching
60 minutes of mobility
A Note on Posting:
Two weeks ago I posted a week's worth of programming early since I knew I would be busy at the Games. There was a very positive response to the early posts, which got me thinking... Does it make sense for competitors to know the programming days in advance?
There are obviously two answers to this and one could easily argue both sides. Daily posts allow the athletes to stay focused on the immediate tasks, not think ahead (and possibly save energy and game things they shouldn't), prepares better for the unknown and reduces cherry-picking. Weekly posts on the other hand, allow athletes to work in extra skills, mobility, and schedule their week's better. It also may prepare the athletes better for competition. While preparing for the unknown is huge part of our training, most CrossFit events have a number of events that are known days in advance. Over several days you have throw down with everything you have knowing that you still have a number of known events to come.
So my conclusion is to work with both systems. There will be times that I post several days or a week in advance and other times that I will post day to day.
Cheryl does 20 unbroken snatches at 115.