How to Bring the Holidays into Your Box: New Year’s

New Year's

A new year is right around the corner. 

At many gyms, it’s a tradition to hold a New Year’s Eve — or even a New Year’s Day — workout for the members. Below, you’ll find a few workouts various gyms have held in the past as a new year approaches.

Gain some ideas for this year’s workout, or start planning for your end of 2020 celebration. But, make sure to set goals and challenge your members to strive for their healthy resolutions this year.

Solidarity CrossFit

Where: Charlottesville, Virginia
What: New Year’s WOD 2016

1000 CrossFit

With a partner, one person working at a time, complete as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes of:

10 Dumbbell push press
10 American kettlebell swings
10 Calorie row

With a partner, one person working at a time, complete as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes of:

10 Burpees
10 Sumo-deadlift high pulls
10 Calorie row

With a partner, one person working at a time, complete as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes of:

10 Push-ups
10 Russian kettlebell swings
10 Calorie row

*Partner one must complete an entire round before partner two begins.
**No rest between AMRAPs.

CrossFit Boom

Where: Kennedale, Texas
What: New Year’s WOD 2017

18 Minute AMRAP

18 Push-ups
18 Sit-ups
18 Pull-ups
18 Air squats

Tamalpais CrossFit

Where: San Rafael, California
What: New Year’s WOD 2018

For Time
31 Push press (75/55)
31 Pull-ups
31 Snatches (75/55)
31 Sit-ups
31 Toes-to-bar
31 Push-ups
31 Box jumps (24/20)
31 Back squats (75/55)
31 Unbroken Double Unders
31 Thrusters (75/55)
31 Lunges per leg
31 Burpees
Then 365-meter row

Heather Hartmann
Heather is the editor for Box Pro Magazine. Contact her at heather@peakemedia.com.