That is…seriously…a huge question at CFC.
Who, how much, for how long, which movements…?
The rounds, weights, distances, reps, movement variations…?
It might seem like its no big deal to adjust people up or down for a workout, but it is a very big deal and its what you’re paying for actually. Each WOD has a specific goal in your development. Sometimes that goal is an improvement and consistency in your range of motion – such as getting deeper in a squat or push-up. Sometimes the goal is to improve your cardio-respiratory response. There is a reason behind the trainers’ adjusting the WOD for you, personalizing the general workout to your specific needs, and it needs to be recognized and followed.