21.1 vs 19.1: And What it Means For the Rest of the 2021 Open

March 16, 2021 by
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In certain circles of the sport of CrossFit, the conversation about how advantageous height and weight are for various workouts has long been a topic of discussion. Some workouts throughout the sport’s short history have highlighted this rather clearly. One of the most notable Open workouts when it comes to this topic is 19.1, a 15 minute AMRAP of wall-ball shots and calories on the rowing machine, which is quite clearly going to favor the taller, heavier athletes. It looks like we can add 21.1 to the list, only this time, the shorter, lighter athletes had the edge.

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