Compete 3 Rounds of 1 Minute of max reps of each of the following exercises:
Wall Balls (20#/14# to a 10’/9′ Target)
Sumo Deadlift High Pull (75#/55#)
Box Jumps (20″)
Push Press (75#/55#)
Row for Calories
* In this workout you move from each of five stations after a minute.The clock does not reset or stop between exercises. This is a five-minute round from which a one-minute break is allowed before repeating. On call of “rotate”, the athletes must move to next station immediately for best score. One point is given for each rep, except on the rower where each calorie is one point. Rest 1 minute between rounds. Score total reps and reps per round.
Today was Fight Gone Bad 6!
Today four affiliates, one garage gym and over 61 athletes came together to complete Fight Gone Bad 6 for a truly worthwhile fundraiser. SnoRidge CrossFit, CrossFit Belltown, Compound Fitness, CrossFit Devotion, and Imperial CrossFit collectively raised $1000 today in donations. This does not take into account the $2500 raised online from SRCF and from the other boxes!
Today couldn’t have gone much better. Huge turnout for a day that ran smoothly and finished a little earlier than anticipated due to having more stations and judges to run athletes through, people warming up and being ready, and plenty of awesome cheerleading. In the end we had good weather for 61 athletes, a total crowd of 100 or so through the day, a ton of PR’s, and a sense of purpose towards the reason we were all doing this. Raising funds for the families of our Special Operators who sacrificed and were lost in battle is a pretty worthy cause. In total CrossFitters worlwide helped raise in excess of $2 million for 3 charities! (* all cash raised today will be donated to Sportsgrants via those who registered online; all checks will be mailed in directly to Sportsgrants with an accompanying donation form)
Another highlight was meeting and watching so many who represent so many different boxes come together and grow the larger CrossFit community. If you were a visitor today we hope you enjoyed it, crushed the WOD, and made new friends. There were tons of pics taken so if anyone wants to share them please do, either by posting a link to any online albums to comments or sharing via Facebook. Getting so many of us together means we just have to plan more inter-affiliate WOD’s or throwdowns.
Thanks to everyone for the help, equipment, cheering, judging, setup, tear down, and patience. Fight Gone Bad 7 in one year!
Top two scores (Men and Women) below, for overall results see the link above:
Jake Fields – 421 Rx (CF Devotion) Annie Malone – 331 Rx (Yelm WOD Dogs/SRCF)
Plenty of Fight Gone Bad 6 Pics: