“To teach is to learn twice.”

If you want to be a better coach then you have to learn to coach kids. Simple and basic is always best.
Members were instructed to choose wisely when taking on this workout. Athletes could scale to any number 10 and up. Depending on what number you started with would determine the total number of reps.
10/1 = 55 total reps of each
11/1 = 66 total reps of each
12/1 = 78 total reps of each
13/1 = 91 total reps of each
14/1 = 105 total reps of each
15/1 = 120 total reps of each
Keep in mind doing a 10/1 version is not necessarily easier, it is just shorter. It is like running a 5k race and a 10k race. The pace changes based on the duration of the workout but both are hard. The only way it becomes easier is if you do a 10/1 version at a 15/1 pace. Athletes had to write on the board the type of race that they wanted to run for that day.

Workout of the Day:

“Think About It”
15 Tire/Box Jumps(m-24″/f-20″)
1 Burpee
descend the the Tire Jump by 1 rep every round
ascend the Burpee by 1 rep every round
until the 15th round is
1 Tire/Box Jumps
15 Burpees