1.1.1 – Cluster notation – This means you will reset between each repetition. So, for example on a snatch, you would drop each rep and rest approximately 10s before doing another rep.
20×0 – “tempo” of respective lift. Numbers are written as time of eccentric movement, time at "bottom," time of concentric movement and time at the "top." Example: squat, 30×1, three seconds on the eccentric movement (down), 0 seconds at the bottom, x means explode up, and 0
seconds at the top.
Across – Keep the weight the same on each set
AMRAP – As many reps/rounds as possible
Building – Add weight with each set
C2B – Chest to Bar, as in chest to bar pull-ups
C&J – Clean and jerk
DL – Deadlift
GHD – Glute Hame Developer
GHR – Glute ham raise.
HSPU – Hand stand push up.
KB – Kettlebell
KBS – Kettlebell Swing
Hang (as in "hang clean") – The lift starts with the bar being deadlifted to the hip, then lowered to the appropriate hang position.
Metcon – A workout focused on metabolic conditioning.
MU – Muscle ups.
OHS – Overhead squat.
PR – Personal record
R90, R60… – Rest 90 seconds
Rep – Repetition. One performance of an exercise.
RM – Repetition maximum. Your 1RM is your max lift for one rep. Your 10 RM is the
most you can lift 10 times.
Set – A number of repetitions. e.g., 3 sets of 10 reps, often seen as 3×10, means do
10 reps, rest, repeat, rest, repeat.
TNG – Touch and Go- the transition from each rep to the next should be quick, basically “touching” the bar to the floor and immediately going into next rep
TGU – Turkish get-up
T2B – Toes to bar.
WOD – Workout of the day