WOD: “Thruster Ladder”
With a continuously running clock do one thruster the first minute, two thrusters the second minute, three thrusters the third minute… continuing as long as you are able.
Use as many sets each minute as needed.
Post number of minutes completed to comments. Ex., 13 minutes means you did 13 thrusters in the 13th minute…if you got to 13, and then only finished 10 in the 14th minute, your score would be “13+10”.
Here is a good video on thrusters, and how to make the movement more efficient.
Have you considered reading a book on nutrition? This could be the key element in moving forward in your training and overall fitness level. I spent years in the gym, and a good solid year doing Crossfit before I ever seriously addressed my nutrition. Once I did, things started changing, quickly. The “Crossfit” views on nutrition are pretty simple, we follow; The Zone, Paleo, and Intermittent Fasting.
Check out those websites, but, if you’re looking for a good book that may change or at least challenge some views you’ve had on food. Check out “Good Calories, Bad Calories” by Gary Taubes.