Thru Just Once

Dec 16th, 2014

Category: CrossFit

Thru Just Once

Thomas

Thomas

SEMPER FI FUND – Give Me 10 Challenge Tonight! 

At the end of the 6pm class and the beginning of the 7pm class, we will be performing 10 push ups as a group to be filmed for the Semper Fi Fund.  Our very own Debb Kerr is heading the fund raising efforts and will donate $10 for each CFS member that participates.  If you would also like to make a donation please read below..

The organization is the Semper Fi Fund (SFF) and the partner organization is America’s Fund (AF). The challenge is the “give me 10” and people are filmed doing push-ups and donating $10.  Most of the participants have been veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, so far, but others are starting to join in now too:        https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/giveme10
Here is the SFF regular FB page :        https://www.facebook.com/semperfifund
And here is the organization’s website:   semperfifund.org

Here’s more  background:
The organization gives immediate and lifelong assistance to injured post 9/11 veterans.  It starts bedside in Germany, and lasts forever.  We provide everything from cash to vehicle and home modifications, specialized equipment, tutoring for distressed children of vets,  salary replacement, etc.    After the bombings here in Boston the SFF sent mentors to meet the victims in the hospitals.  They figured that they know better than anyone else how if feels to be the victim of and IED explosion.  This is the only time that SFF has ever provided services to civilians.   For the Boston bombing victims SFF and AF have provided mentoring, cash grants, wheelchairs, a beach wheelchair, ride on mower, tutoring and more.  We even brought a bunch down to DC to enjoy the Marine Corps Marathon this fall, although none ran it this year.   Healing through sports is a huge push of the SFF.  Most of the injured guys were young and incredibly fit when injured, so it’s great that they don’t have to give this part of their lives up.   They compete in wounded warrior stuff all over the country.  And lastly, SFF is one of the only military charities that consistently gets an A+ rating from all of those charity watch websites.

Skill
Rope Climb

WOD
One Time Through
Run 1 mile
80 Double Unders
60 Wallballs
40 Toes to Bar
20 Pistols
5 Rope Climbs

Level 2- (2 rope climbs)
Level 1- (6 Pull to stand), 1000m row or 800m run
ADV – Legless Rope Climbs

Conditioning Class: WOD
21-18-15-12-9-6-3
Calories on Airdyne
Burpees

Conditioning Class: Core
3 x 10-15 GHD sit ups
3 x 5 Glute Ham Raises
*Scale reps/rounds as necessary

DISCUSSION 7 Comments

  1. Joel 12/17/2014 at 2:17 am

    Mile: 8:09
    WOD: 27:19 (knees to elbows, assistols, 14# ball)
    First rope climb legless, 2nd – made it about 90% of the way up legless , 3rd – about 85% of the way up legless. 4th and 5th regular

  2. jason barrow 12/17/2014 at 1:21 am

    Mile: 6:47
    WOD: 27:04 Rx

    Chipper WOD, must have been a late birthday present for Nicole?

  3. Trevor Crean 12/17/2014 at 12:40 am

    WOD: 22:08 Rx
    Mile: 7:28
    First 2 climbs were legless.
    Really wanted those ADV letters after my score. Next time.

  4. Kelly 12/16/2014 at 1:49 pm

    beep beep. riding the Struggle Bus this morning.
    23:00 with a 10# ball.

  5. Crowley 12/16/2014 at 1:33 pm

    mile: 7:05
    wod: 21:09 w/ legless rope climbs to 12′, had to use my feet for the last pull or two

  6. Brian M. Maser 12/16/2014 at 1:04 pm

    Thought I got my first legless rope climb pre-WOD but the haters (Izzy Mandelbaum, LoveBird, and Frawls) no repped me because my full hand did not touch the white line on the beam. Whatever. 21:41 Rx (7:04 mile).

  7. Frawls 12/16/2014 at 12:56 pm

    First legless rope climb. WOD: 19:56 GHD instead of T2B. All else Rx (6:45 mile)