Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

5. What do all the acronyms and abbreviations mean?


AMRAP – As Many Rounds As Possible

BW –Body Weight

C2B – Chest to Bar (refers to pullups or chin-ups)

DB – Dumbell

DL – Deadlift

DNF – Did Not Finish

DU – Double Unders

EMOM – Every Minute On the Minute

G2OH – Ground To Overhead

GHD – Glute/Ham Developer

GPP – General Physical Preparedness

HSPU – Handstand Pushup

KB – Kettlebell

KBS – Kettlebell Swing

KTE/K2E – Knees To Elbows

Metcon – Metabolic Conditioning

MU – Muscle Up

OHS – Overhead Squat

PB – Personal Best

PR – Personal Record

Rep – Repetition. One performance of an exercise

RFT – Rounds For Time

RX – As prescribed (no modifications)

RM – Rep Max (1RM = max lift for one rep. Your 10RM is the most weight you can lift ten times)

SH2OH – Shoulder to Overhead

SDHP – Sumo Deadlift High Pull

Set – A number of repetitions.

Subbed – Substituted. Ex: if you can’t do HSPU, you subbed regular pushups

TTB – Toes To Bar

Tabata – 8 intervals of 20 seconds of all-out, high intensity exercise, followed by 10 seconds of rest

WOD – Workout Of the Day

1RM – One Rep Max

5x5 – 5 sets of 5 reps at the same weight

5-5-5-5-5 – 5 sets of 5 increasing in weight each set



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