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This is a long AMRAP today. You want to make sure that you find a pace early that you can maintain movement for as long as possible without taking breaks.
Ideally, you need to find a variation of each movement that allows for you to complete the required reps in about one minute. This means picking a distance on the run that you can finish in a minute too. Not sure what that distance is? An easy way to scale the run is to worry about time and not distance. Head out on your run and keep going for 30 seconds then turn around and come back. This allows you to scale appropriately without needing to measure a specific number of meters or guess at what distance is appropriate to meet the stimulus of the workout.
Double unders are a tricky movement for most to become proficient with. You can scale the volume down to a number you can attain inside of a minute or find a combination of double unders (or double under attempts) and single unders that works for you.
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Body Armor Brief