Workout of the Day

Down To The Floor

Written By Charleh Dickinson  |  Wall Walks 

For time;
50 Wall Balls (20/14 lbs)
40 Box Jumps (24/20″)
30 Deadlifts (185/135 lbs)
20 C2B 10 wall walks


WODprep Strategy Top Tips:


This workout is a blend of cardio, strength, and skill movements. Pacing is crucial to maintain a steady effort throughout. Don’t start too fast; aim for a sustainable pace from the beginning.

Wall Balls (50 reps – 20/14 lbs):

  • Break these into manageable sets, like 10 sets of 5 reps or 5 sets of 10 reps.
  • Focus on consistent depth in your squat and hitting the target with the ball.
  • Try not to rest too long between sets; keep moving steadily.

Box Jumps (40 reps – 24/20″):

  • Jump up to the box with control and maintain a steady rhythm.
  • You can break these into smaller sets if needed, but aim for larger sets like 20-15-5.

Deadlifts (30 reps – 185/135 lbs):

  • Ensure your form is excellent to prevent injury.
  • Consider breaking these into sets of 5 or 10 with short rest intervals.
  • Keep a strong, braced core throughout.

Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups (20 reps):

  • These are a challenging skill movement. Break them into smaller sets, like 4 sets of 5 or 2 sets of 10.
  • Use a kip or butterfly technique to save energy.

Wall Walks (10 reps):

  • Wall walks can be very taxing on the shoulders and require balance. Break them into sets of 2-3 reps to maintain form.
  • Focus on controlled movement, keeping your body tight, and reaching full extension at the top.


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