When a workouts is scored as “For Time,” the goal is to complete the prescribed amount of work as fast as possible (AFAP).
This is also known as a “task priority” (as opposed to “time priority“) workout, because the workout is done when the athlete completes the defined task, however long it takes.
The score for “For Time” workouts is expressed as the total number of minutes and seconds (eg: 10:29) on the clock when the last repetition of the workout is completed.
Example: “3 Rounds For Time, 5 pull-ups, 10 push-ups, 15 double-unders” means complete the 5 pull-ups, 10 push-ups, then 15 double-unders three times, as fast as possible. Record your score as the time on the clock when the last double-under is completed, like “2:25.”
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