I have had some inquiries about Thanksgiving week schedule so I figured I would get it out early so you could rest easy this weekend. We will be open as usual Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday we will run a morning and noon schedule as normal then be closed at 1pm. We will remain closed Thursday and Friday, then re-open for regular schedule on Saturday.
Regardless of your beliefs or nationality, next week can be thought of as a time to really reflect and give thanks. There are so many things to give thanks for like family, health, CrossFit, and obviously many more. Surely everyone has their own things they are thankful for, but in keeping with tradition from last year we will be doing a Hero WOD each day of the week to show some sacrifice and thanks to the veterans past, present, and future who have served our country giving us the greatest thing to be thankful for there is: FREEDOM.
If you have never done a Hero WOD here, they are special workouts written in the name and honor of a fallen hero from the military or first responders around the world. Some are absolutely brutal, others are more intense than normal, and others are special in the sense that they have odd movements. No matter what the Hero WOD is they are meant to be done with something special in the tank. Monday will be a shorter one, Tuesday will be a cool, kind of quirky WOD, and Wednesday will be a bruiser to prep you for all the Thanksgiving eating you will be doing on Thursday. Then Saturday will be a great get back into it workout to burn all of it off!
In the meantime let’s get some partner workout time in!
Early Crew: Meet at 8:30
Front Squat: 5×5
Partner WOD: TBD
Strength: Front Squat
Partner WOD: 17m AMRAP
Wall Ball 20/14
KB Swing 53/35
– 1 partner works at a time.
– The workout is scored as follows: 30-20-10 is equal to 1 round. “30”, “20”, and “10” respectively are equal to 1 rep. So if you get through all 4 movements that is 1 round. If you then get the 21 done of all 4 movements of round 2, then your score is 1+4 (1 full round “30-20-10” of all 4 movements, then 30s of all 4 movements in the next round.