I usually wear the same amount of time for my workouts, which is 9:00-11:00, 2:00-4:00, and 6:00-8:00 if I do three sessions a day, or 10:00-12:00, 3:00-5:00 if I do two sessions. Transcript: "How much do you vary the time of the day that you work out? So if I do three sessions a day, I'll work out 9 to 11, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8. If I do two sessions a day, I'll go 10 to 12.30 and 3 to 5. And that usually doesn't change, so I try to keep that consistent."
An example of a CrossFit circuit is four rounds for time of 15 burpees, 15 box jumps and 15 kettlebell swings. Transcript: "What would be an example of a CrossFit circuit? So in CrossFit the two most popular variations of workouts are 4 time and an arm wrap. 4 time you are trying to do a workout as fast as you can and arm wrap is as many reps as possible. So for an example you can do 4 rounds for time of 15 wall balls, 15 box jumps and 15 catapult swings."
Add 10 minutes of skill practice to the end of some training sessions and practice them every other day. This will help you learn new movements quickly and effectively. Transcript: "How would you approach learning handstand walks and new movements in general? So what I recently started doing is adding 10 minutes of skill work to the end of some training sessions. For example at the last CrossFit Games we did have crisscross double unders and I couldn't do any of those. After adding 10 minutes every other day to my training sessions of practicing those crisscross double unders I did them in... I learned them in a month and I think that works so just try adding some skill practices."