Levels of programming?
1. Whats Rich Doing – Freedom Women
2. Mayhem Compete
3. Mayhem Open Prep – Mayhem Conditioning – Mayhem Strength – Mayhem Gymnastics
4. Mayhem 60 – Mayhem Masters
5. Mayhem Scaled - Mayhem Accessory
6. Mayhem 30
How many days a week is programming?
What’s Rich Doing:
This is usually 7 days of training each week with 1-2 of those days being more focused on swimming and aerobic work. But this varies depending on the time of the year with regards to competing and Rich’s travel schedule. It really does follow what Rich does each day.
All other programs (Mayhem Compete, Mayhem Scaled, Mayhem Open Prep, Mayhem Conditioning, Mayhem Strength, Freedom Women, Mayhem Masters, Mayhem Accessory, Mayhem 60, and Mayhem 30):
The rest of the programs have 5 days of workouts each week with Thursdays being active recovery and Sundays a complete rest day.
How long does training typically take each day?
What’s Rich Doing: 2-4 hours.
This program varies the most as Rich’s volume can be very high.
Most days take this long including all the workouts and warming up for each one.
Mayhem Compete: 2-3 hours
Mayhem Masters: 2-3 hours
Freedom Women: 2-3 hours
Mayhem Adaptive: 1-3 hours
Mayhem Strength: 1.5-2.5 hours
Mayhem Conditioning: 1.5-2.5 hours
Open Prep: 1.5-2.5 hours
Mayhem Accessory: 30-45 minutes
Mayhem 60: 60 minutes
Mayhem 30: 30 minutes
Mayhem Scaled: 1-2 hours
When is programming released each week?
The entire 7 day training week will be available Sunday of each week by 3:00 p.m. CST. on the SugarWOD app.
If I only have 1 session to train and there are 2 sessions, what should I do?
We offer multiple programs that have just 1 session (Mayhem Scaled, Open Prep, Mayhem Strength, Mayhem Conditioning, Mayhem 60, and Mayhem 30).
If you are in a program with 2 sessions and only have limited time but still want to follow that program (WRD, Mayhem Compete, Mayhem Masters, Freedom Women Training or Mayhem Adaptive), start with the session that has the most things you need to work on as an athlete and attack that. If you finish that session and still have time, start the next session’s programming as long as you can maintain form and keep a moderate level of intensity with metcons.
What makes Mayhem Athlete unique from other resources offering online programming?
Our programs are programmed by Rich Froning and the Mayhem Athlete Team. No other entity within the CrossFit or fitness community has seen the level of success as CrossFit Mayhem. A large part of this is because of the unparalleled programming that exists within our community. We offer Mayhem Athlete programming so anyone and everyone can have access to our programming and help you improve your fitness.
Does Mayhem Athlete offer additional content besides programs for fitness?
Yes! We offer a weekly Mayhem Mindset within our programming piece to focus your mindset each week.
We also offer much more content with our Youtube Channel, Instagram page, and monthly newsletters.
When I sign up for a program, how do I receive and view the programming/workouts?
You will receive a login and instructions from SugarWOD
Can I switch what program I am following within Mayhem Athlete to another program?
You can sign up for access to try out any of our programs for a 10 day free trial here: https://app.sugarwod.com/marketplace/mayhem#individual
If I have questions about a specific movement or workout what should I do?
Check out our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/CFProjectMayhem/featured
Or email email@example.com
What equipment do I need to follow Mayhem Athlete programming?
What’s Rich Doing and Freedom Women: All of it.
But seriously, you need anything that would be in a fully equipped CrossFit Gym and a few more pieces of equipment. For equipment that most CrossFit gyms may not have, we offer the following scaling options:
Pegboard: 1x reps Legless Rope Climb
Heavy Rope for Double Under: 2x reps with regular double Under
150/100# Dball Clean: 1x reps Power clean 185/115
Bike Erg: .75x calorie on assault bike OR 2x meter distance on row
Assault Air Runner: Run outside
Mayhem Compete, Mayhem Scaled, Mayhem Open Prep, Mayhem Conditioning, Mayhem Strength, Mayhem Masters, Mayhem and Accessory: Barbell, Bumper Plates (45s-35s-25s-15s-10s-5s), Box, Jump Rope, Pull Up Rig, Squat Rack, Bench, Dumbbells (35s-50s-70s-100s. If you have just one set, you can make do.) Kettlebell (35-53-70. If you have just one, you can make do.), Rings, Med ball (20/14), Assault Bike and Rower
Mayhem 60: Barbell, Bumper Plates (45s-35s-25s-15s-10s-5s), Box, Jump Rope, Pull Up Bar, Dumbbells (50s/35s. If you have just one set, you can make do.), Kettlebell (53/35. If you have just one, you can make due.), Rings, Med ball (20/14), Rack (only for heavy squats/presses)
Mayhem 30: None!