CrossFit Jargon

AMRAP: As many round as possible  

Benchmark WOD: A workout that has a name and may be performed multiple times over the year to monitor progress. If your time decreases or you complete more rounds then you have improved. We will record your previous score on these workouts so you will have something to aim for.  

BP: Bench Press
BS: Back Squat  

BW: Body Weight  

BWT: Body Weight  

CFT: CrossFit Total (max squat, press, and deadlift)  

CLN: Clean  

C&J: Clean & Jerk  

C2: Concept II rowing machine  

CTB/C2B: Chest to the Bar Pull-ups  

DL: Deadlift  

For time: Complete a defined workout as fast as possible  

FS: Front Squat  

GHD: Glute Ham Developer  

GHD: Sit-up done on the GHD  

GPP: General Physical Preparedness, aka “fitness”  

HPC: Hang Power Clean  

HSPU: Handstand Push up  

KB: Kettlebell  

KTE/K2E: Knees to Elbows  

MetCon: Metabolic Conditioning Workout or “cardio”  

MU: Muscle Up  

OHS: Overhead Squat  

PC: Power Clean  

Pood: Weight Measurement for kettlebells of Russian origin  

PR: Personal Record  

PP: Push Press
PJ: Push Jerk  

PU: Pull-ups or Push-ups  

Rep: Repetition (one performance of an exercise)  

Rx’d: As prescribed; as written. WOD done without any adjustments/scaling  

RM: Repetition Maximum (1RM is your max lift for one rep)  

SDHP: Sumo Deadlift High Pull  

Set: A number of repetitions (e.g. 3 sets of 10 reps or 3×10; reps, rest, reps, rest, reps)  

SJ: Split Jerk  

Subbed: Substituted, Substitution of a specific exercise  

T2B: Toes to bar  

TTD: To the Deck, chest to the floor push ups  

WOD: Workout of the Day

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