Curtis P’s and Scaling

Great work on an intense and sometimes complicated movement.

We talk about scaling your WODS as much as we can.  Just remember to find the best time on the board from others who have done the WOD that day and scale so you finish witihn 10% of that time.  Scaling not only includes reducing the weight, but reducing the number of reps, the number of rounds or the movement as a whole. IF you are finishing 3-4 minutes after the last person in a 15 minute WOD, you NEED to scale.

Here is a great article on scaling:

5 rounds
5 Curtis P’s 95/65
200 meter run


  1. I’m sorry I didn’t check the board before I left but I did 53 pounds, not 65! I am going to accept this scaling idea and hopefully gain physical and mental endurance!

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