Have you tried the Accessory Work posted up in the back room? What is it you ask?
By definition, accessory work is what helps support and prevent strength imbalances in your sport. For instance, let’s say you run track. You don’t just run your event over and over again. It is broken down into parts: you work the starts or blocks and you work your turns; you work on the acceleration phase and angles and the finish. The whole time you are focusing on proper run bio-mechanics. You would also spend a great deal of time in the weight room, in order to develop more horsepower to put into your runs. If all you did was run your event over and over, you would only get minimally faster at best. It is all the accessory work that supports the run as a whole.
We approach CrossFit training the same way: we break everything down into a start, a middle, and a finishing section of an event or exercise. We take the start and strengthen its primary working muscles, focus on the middle and strengthen that, then work the finish. When we put them all together, the sum of the parts becomes greater than the sum of the whole; thus the lift or task becomes greater.
So commit to the accessory work for at least 4 weeks and reevaluate your overall performance in classes.
adapted from tabatatimes.com
WO: Snatch; DL / HSPU