CrossFit Games Open 22.2 – Strategy & Tips
By the Invictus Athlete Team

The 2022 Open is in full effect and this is the place to get all the strategy and tips you need to perform your best this season! Each week, our team of expert coaches will provide both written analysis and strategy including pacing notes (Exclusive to online program subscribers) and video tips of the Open workouts and thoughts on how to attack them.

If you’ve been following the Invictus Competition program for some time or any of the other Invictus Athlete Programs, or if you have aspirations to make it to the CrossFit Games, check out the Tips for competitive athletes video from Invictus Athlete Coaches CJ Martin, Holden Rethwill, and Hunter Britt. Whether you are aspiring to make it to Quarterfinals or if you just want to have fun with your gym friends, you’ll find what you need here after the workouts are announced each week. Remember…“Full effort is full victory!” Good luck and have fun!

22.2 Workout Strategy & Tips

22.2 Movements


Bar-Facing Burpees

Attacking the Open With an Unconquerable Mindset

With all the hype that surrounds the Open each year, it is easy to begin to put some kind of pressure on yourself to perform a certain way. But remember…

“Full effort is full victory.”

What does that mean exactly? We put together a manual to talk about exactly that and more. Download your FREE Attacking the CrossFit Open with an Unconquerable Mindset” PDF for tips on how to approach the Open including:
– Leaderboarding
– Measuring Success by Effort
– Mental Preparation
– Visualization
– Workout Strategy

And some additional bonuses and tips for:
– When to Attack the Open Workouts
– Equipment Considerations
– Nutrition Guidelines

While we can’t provide specific notes (exclusive to our online program subscribers) until we know the details of each workout, we hope that this general guide to approaching the Open at least gives you some of the tools to thrive in the upcoming Open. You’ve worked hard to prepare, and you should reap the rewards of your hard work with a good game plan and proper execution.


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