Programming for athletes on paper and in theory can be a daunting exercise. Your life, career and training schedules are more like the whole branch above than the separated parts (took me forever to do pluck those... kidding*). In a perfect world we could work one dimension of your fitness at a time until they were all equally matched.
As we go through our paces here we ask you to constantly adapt to workouts of varying lengths, movements and difficulty. How do they fit into your individual goals and schedules? When viewed in the context of a non-competing athlete or an athlete working with a rehab issue, they are great stimuli that elicit a whole array of responses. A true stand alone; take 'em as they come with no need to add on.
When viewed by the accomplished athlete who is working on specific competencies or strengths, they can be viewed as a multi-part WOD; an adjunct to a progression in a specific area or a support for an already acheived skill level, or both.
That's why you may see this...
Split Jerk 1-1-1-1-1-1-1 reps
Offered with a little metcon, or vice versa. Providing options to constantly challenge you, whatever your capacity.
Choose your weights conservatively on this lift day and record your data! As you go up in weight don't try and land that one rep max on the back of your neck! Think bumpers and rubber mats, then dump it! The time it takes to re-rack that monster weight is part of a good rest interval, use it.
Roll out when you're finished. Get good tension on those compressed joints.
*With apologies to Ursus Wehrli.