Exercise & FitnessIMPROVE YOUR OPEN SCORE: CrossFit Open 21.1 // Tips & Tricks Al Wallace2 years ago191 mins All things Mayhem Nation ⚡️ Become a Mayhem Athlete… source Post navigation Previous: What Will I Learn: Massage TherapyNext: Easy ab workout for beginner at home. Flat stomach exercises. 19 thoughts on “IMPROVE YOUR OPEN SCORE: CrossFit Open 21.1 // Tips & Tricks” is all about the upper back and shoulders . legs are ok Reply For me, upper back was cooked. Not calves Reply Tasia's cakes are always on point. Reply good stuff Mayhem Reply Tasia! ♥ Reply Umm…any tips for those of us doing the no equipment? The wall walk pointers are universal but the lateral jumps…similar tips as to the double unders? Reply The rich cinema nouzilly admire because paul tinctorially hop beneath a wealthy mistake. lush, quickest brace Reply I’m surprised you didn’t address how crucial body tension (a tight core) is to an efficient wall walk. Reply Do your legs have to go all the way up the wall? All the rules say are hands in front and behind the line? Nothing about full extension of the legs? Reply Great info, warmup is super important! As with the cool down. Good luck all, have fun!! Reply This is so great! Kelly is the greatest at explaining things and showing things!!!! Reply Props that you guys put out this video so fast! Reply You missed scale: only one piece of tape (shoulder), hands start in front of the tape and wall walk until hands are behind the tape then return hands in front of tape before feet can touch the ground. Finish with single unders same number as Rx. Reply Stupid wod … Reply I like this style! Fitness for all! Cool workouts! Different for sure! Reply Gosh, Tasia is so pretty! Reply Great video! Who knew there was so much strategy and science to a simple workout Reply Who picks a new move for the open? Reply 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.