For those not familiar with the abbreviation "WOD" it means Workout Of the Day. The main part of a WOD is one or multiple training protocols. These training protocols are popular among former and active service members, Law enforcement and many cross-fitters around the globe. They can be used with almost every body-weight exercise and their correct execution will guarantee the results you worked for.
One of the best ways to burn fat is with the help of EMOM exercises. EMOM stands for “Every minute on the minute”. It is a training protocol that requires you to complete an exercise for a certain amount of reps under a minute. Every minute frame has a programmed work amount (such as, 10 push-ups) with the remaining amount of time to be taken as rest.
Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practiced for a number of reasons such as self-defense, military and law enforcement applications, competition, physical, mental and spiritual development.
Rucking is the foundation of Special Forces training. Green Berets are well versed in shouldering heavy rucks through cities, mountains, jungles and deserts, in war and in peace -- alone when they must, together whenever possible.
Also called cold water immersion, ice baths are a form of cryotherapy that call for sitting in chilly water, ideally up to your chest, for 10 to 15 minutes. There's no need to freeze to get the full benefit–anywhere between 50 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit works. Just be prepared that it's not exactly pleasant.