CrossFit Open Workout 24.1 how to do it, results and how to submit scores

CrossFit Open Workout 24.1 how to do it, results and how to submit scores

Here is all you need to know about CrossFit Open Workout 24.1 including how to do it and its results out

The new CrossFit season has officially begun with the announcement of the first workout of the 2024 CrossFit Open.

CrossFit Open Workout 24.1 how to do it, results and how to submit scores online

At the first of three announcements for CrossFit Open 2024, Dave Castro disclosed the specifics of this fundamental yet rigorous test.

The workout was initially attempted by current CrossFit Games champion Jeffrey Adler, two-time podium finisher Brent Fikoswki, fifth-fittest woman on earth Alex Gazan, and 2023 sixth-place finisher Alexis Raptis.

It’s important to keep in mind that you have until Monday, March 4, at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) to finish 24.1 and submit your score.

How to do CrossFit Open Workout 24.1

  • Single-arm dumbbell snatch x 21
  • Lateral burpee over dumbbell x 21
  • Single-arm dumbbell snatch x21
  • Lateral burpee over dumbbell x21
  • Single-arm dumbbell snatch x 15
  • Lateral burpee over dumbbell x15
  • Single-arm dumbbell snatch x15
  • Lateral burpee over dumbbell x15
  • Single-arm dumbbell snatch x9
  • Lateral burpee over dumbbell x9
  • Single-arm dumbbell snatch x9
  • Lateral burpee over dumbbell x9

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How to do CrossFit Open Workout 24.1 scaled?

It is quite similar to performing the RX version of CrossFit Open workout 24.1 scaled. It uses the identical movements, rep scheme, and time limit of fifteen minutes. With a lighter dumbbell; 35 pounds/15 kg for males and 20 pounds/10 kg for women; there is just one difference to be made.

For the snatches in the foundations division, males will use a 25-pound (12.5-kg) dumbbell, and women will use a 15-pound (7.5-kg) dumbbell. Additionally, you’ll do standard burpees instead of lateral burpees using a dumbbell.

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CrossFit Open scores for Workout 24.1

As of 5.10 a.m. PT today, CrossFit Open workout 24.1 hasn’t even been out for 24 hours, yet scores are already starting to appear on the online scoreboard.

With a time of 6 minutes and 13 seconds, Jeffrey Adler is now fourth among current Games athletes. With 6 minutes 22 seconds, Bronislaw Olenkowicz is next to him, followed by Royce Dunne in 11th place, Brent Fikoswki in 12th place, and Lazar Dukic in 19th place with 6 minutes 47 seconds.

Kristin Holte, an eight-time CrossFit Games competitor, had the fastest time of any competitor thus far on the women’s side, completing her final burpee in 6 minutes and 2 seconds. After 6 minutes and 16 seconds, Emma Lawson comes in second, followed by 6 minutes and 21 seconds for Kara Saunders.

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How to submit CrossFit Open scores?

Establishing an account on the CrossFit Games website, paying the $20 entrance fee, and registering for the competition are the prerequisites for participating in the 2024 CrossFit Open and adding your score to the global scoreboard. Once everything is completed, you can submit your scores in three different ways.

  • The simplest method to submit your score is to complete the workout at a CrossFit box, or gym, and have the affiliate manager verify your score.
  • In addition, you may upload a video of yourself finishing the workout along with your score. You can accomplish this by posting the video to a popular video-hosting website, such as Vimeo or YouTube, where you will be able to provide the link to your clip along with your score. Since the WodProof app, here, includes timers and CrossFit Open exercise templates, it is advised that you utilise it to log your workout.
  • Lastly, a registered judge; someone who has completed the $10 2024 judges course; can watch you work out.

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