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14 Sep
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What:  Spartan Race 
When: November 15
Where: Fenway Park!!

Cost = $90 per athlete ($50 savings)…first come first serve
Collection starting September 16 at the 6:30 Pm endurance class. If class is full, come anyways to drop off check.
Payment will only be accepted by Angelo DIRECTLY.
Please make checks out to Angelo Gala
If you miss the tuesday class, but would still like to hand him a check, you can find Angelo
Wednesday 6-8am St James
Thursday 6:30-8:30 St James
Friday 5:30-9:30 Columbus
Saturday 9/20 St James 8:30-12
First come First Serve!!!

WOD 1: E2M for 20 minutes:

40 reps:

Wall Balls (20/14)
Over the Box Jumps (24/20)
Burpees

You pick what you do as long as you get to 40 reps

WOD 2: E2M for 20 minutes:

40 reps:

Wall Balls (20/14)
Over the Box Jumps (24/20)
Burpees

You pick what you do as long as you get to 40 reps, but each round starts with 25 Double Unders

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NPGL…

It is no longer news that the NPGL has run into some financial straits.  Things started off very well, but by mid-season, the problems had set in.  With that out of the way, let’s talk about all of things that happened right and will hopefully happen a lot more in the future.  Let’s talk about the stage, the match, the home-team atmosphere, the advantages and disadvantages, and the relationship with CrossFit.

The stage is huge!!!  Yes, Regionals and the Games are incredibly big events, but those events are scheduled as a once-a-year extravaganza.  The idea of having a season worth of “Games-like” events definitely put some pep in my step.  If you were able to go to the Boston Iron match against the Miami Surge, you would have gotten a good idea of what I am trying to explain.  Seeing the enormous set up by Eleiko, the dynamics of how each event plays out, and actually just watching the matches unfold were akin to the most exciting parts of the Regionals competition (I haven’t been to the games, but I am confident that they are comparable).  The grid on which the GRID is played is unique in terms of presenting CrossFit.  It is something that has never been done before, but still demonstrates that there is plenty that can still be done for this sport.

One down, four to go,

CG

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13 Sep
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Versus WOD 1:  For the pride of your clan:

500M Row

Rest 1 minute

40 Burpees

Rest 1 minute

60 Kick Outs

Rest 1 minute

20 Power Clean and Push Press (95/65)

Rest 1 minute

20 Thrusters (95/65)

Rest 1 minute

500M Row

Versus WOD 2:  For the pride of your clan:

500M Row

Rest 1 minute

40 Burpees

Rest 1 minute

30 Toes to Bar

Rest 1 minute

20 Power Snatch (95/65)

Rest 1 minute

20 Thrusters (95/65)

Rest 1 minute

500M Row

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Can you feel it in the air…

The temperature is dropping.  The sun is starting to rise later and set earlier.  The leaves are changing.  The pumpkin flavored-everythings are coming out.  This hemisphere of the planet is moving to an axis farther away from the sun.  The outfits are becoming less revealing.  The coconut oil sitting in your shelf is no longer completely clear and liquified.  The air-conditioner you were once using no longer needs to be turned on.  The post shower chills are sneaking up on you.  The happiness and warmth in your heart is fading.

Brace yourself…winter is coming,

CG

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12 Sep
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Team WOD: 5 rounds for time:

800M Run
45 Kettlebell Swings (24/16)
35 Pull Ups

35 min time limit

WOD: Eva: 5 rounds for time:

800M Run
30 Kettlebell Swings (32/24)
30 Pull Ups

35 min time limit

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Eva…

A workout named after Eva Twardokens, a former member of the US Olympic Ski team.  This behemoth of a workout is not for the faint of heart.  The team version is plentiful and difficult.  The individual version is harder than a whole lot of hero workouts…novices or those of intermediate skills need not apply.

This is some serious fitness,

CG

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