WOD (Workout of the Day) - This refers to the specific training session or series of exercises that make up a CrossFit workout
AMRAP (As Many Rounds As Possible) - This type of workout involves completing as many rounds of a set of exercises as possible within a certain time frame.
EMOM (Every Minute on the Minute) - This type of workout involves completing a specific set of exercises at the start of every minute, with the remainder of the minute used for rest.
RX (As Prescribed) - This term refers to completing a workout as it was written, with all prescribed weights and movements.
Modification - This refers to altering a workout by using lighter weights, simpler movements, or other adjustments to make it more manageable for the individual.
Rep (Repetition) - This refers to a single execution of an exercise.
Set - This refers to a group of repetitions of an exercise, typically performed in sequence without rest.
PR (Personal Record) - This refers to the best performance an individual has achieved on a particular exercise or workout.
Metcon (Metabolic Conditioning) - This refers to workouts that are designed to improve an individual's overall fitness and metabolism.
Tabata - This type of workout involves completing a set of exercises for a specific number of rounds, with each round consisting of 20 seconds of intense effort followed by 10 seconds of rest.