Are You A Plummeter?

What do you do after a really hard workout?  I think we can all agree the urge is to plummet onto the ground and lay lifeless for a few minutes.  There are also other maybe more effective ways to recover.  One is to do a nice easy cool down in the form of a row or maybe even jog.  The main idea here is that you continue blood flow, cleaning and filtrating out all of the molecular by-products of training.  You have natural muscle pumps in your legs and all over your body that by contracting pump blood back to your heart, filtrating it in the process.  Rowing, jogging and/or walking will do that automatically.  Or (as Connnor shows here), you can sit on a bean bag and have those muscle pumps activated involuntarily, promoting blood flow and the same filtration process.  You have to do something after you workout, might as well have it benefit you!

Workout:

Workout 15.3

Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 14 minutes of:
7 muscle-ups
50 wall-ball shots, 20-lb. ball to 10 feet
100 double-unders