Don’t worry, this isn’t about relationships. Or at least not about your significant other.

Today is about how to be a good partner in a workout.

When I moved to Whitby back in 2015 I thought about switching to a closer box.

I even tried out a couple in the area thinking maybe one would feel right and I could eliminate the travel time.

As I’m sure many of you who have traveled and checked out other boxes in your travels can agree that at the end of the day Crossfit Pickering feels like coming home. It’s the place where you can slip out of your worries and life problems and hang out in the kitchen in your underpants eating peanut butter with a spoon… wait… no that’s definitely just at home. Sorry Rob, shared a little too much there.

The thing that makes CFP home is YOU.


Your attitudes, your smiles, your hard work and dedication to improving yourselves and those around you.

So what does that mean in relation to a Partner WOD?

It means that as a partner, you will do your very best as well as support and motivate your partner throughout the entire workout.

That doesn’t mean you’re going to be perfect. No one is. You should also never judge yourself against another and decide they’re “better than you” so you shouldn’t be partners. All you need to be a good partner is the determination to do YOUR. VERY. BEST. TODAY.



5 Rounds EACH (Round for Round)

10 Clean & Jerks 135/95

10 Burpee Box Jump Overs

30 DUs

*each person completes 5 rounds. Partner B rests while Partner A completes their round.

** You do not need to have equal weights to be partners. All you need is to work as hard at a level that YOU CAN DO.

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