This an open workout that I happened to redo last week in a gyms class I was attending. Redoing this workout just reinforced the point that you should keep a workout journal because I had no idea if I improved from the last time i did it years ago.
This journaling/tracking workouts is a double edged sword though. It is helpful because you can track progress of specific goals you are training for, to see if your training is actually doing what your intending it to. On the other hand though it can clause you to begin thinking negatively though as well if your not improving at the rate you would like to be.
That is the tricky part about CrossFit is there are so many things you need to work you can’t always expect everything to be at it’s highest level. For example in order to improve at strength it’s likely you are gonna have to let your conditioning levels take drop off to put more energy towards getting stronger