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Oct 11th, 2011

Category: CrossFit

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Gabriel

We’re taking everyone’s pictures.  If you haven’t had yours snapped yet, come check out the web cam at the desk and bring a funny face, serious face or a smile.  Don’t worry, Gabriel will be the only fortunate one to get his pic up on the post.

Garage Games Milford

It’s not to late to sign up for the Team competition in Milford, Ct.  We already have one team signed up but could use some more representation.  Anyone that has ever competed in a team event knows how much fun they can be.  There aren’t to many of these that come around so sign up and make the road trip down with us.  Here is some more info…

The New England Team Throwdown is going to be a weekend that no CrossFitter, athlete, or spectator will want to miss.  The team events are picking up steam like a run away bull, and the exposure and practice that this event will provide to each gym will be an invaluable experience.  This event will be held at CrossFit Milford and will provide five workouts over the span of two days.  Each workout will be challenging in all aspects of fitness, but also team strategy and unity.  Each person will have to compete in each event, and there will be a strategy component to truly test how well of a machine each gym is working with.  This is the perfect opportunity to compete against the best teams in the Northeast, and some of the best teams in the world.  There will be no better stomping ground then those at CrossFit MIlford.

Garage Games Northeast Two: CrossFit Milford, October 22nd & 23rd Register here.

Garage Games CrossFit Southie

On November 12th and 13th CrossFit Southie will be hosting the New England Finals; an individual competition to complete the first ever 3-part Northeast Garage Games Series. Located in what was once considered the “hardest” area of Boston, CrossFit Southie occupies two 4,000 square foot industrial buildings that were originally cannon factories in the late 1800s. The buildings have been restored since, but they still carry a thick industrial feel. CrossFit Southie is located close to Copley Square, the Boston Seaport, and Downtown Boston. There are plenty of places to stay and lots to see if you deicide to make a trip out of the event.

The two-day competition is designed for competitors new to CrossFit, fire-breathers, and everyone in between. It is a last chance to compete hard in the crisp fall air before the winter rolls in. There will be 5 events in the two days. The final results will crown the most well-rounded individuals. The RX athletes need to be proficient in moving 95/65lbs through all traditional barbell variations, and must be able to do unassisted pull-ups. The scaled division must be proficient in moving 65/45lbs through all traditional barbell variations, and must be able to execute pull-ups with a medium sized band (typically they are blue or purple). This is a great first time competition, but will also please the veterans. We hope that you will join the fun!

Garage Games Northeast Three: CrossFit Southie, November 12th & 13th Register here.

WOD
5 rounds of:
3 minutes to complete 400m run then
AMRAP Wall balls
Rest 1 minute

Your score is total combined # of wall balls of all 5 rounds.

L2 – run 300m
L1 – run 200m

DISCUSSION 0 Comments

  1. Jason 10/12/2011 at 1:25 am

    Agreed Sean!
    33
    28
    28
    25
    31
    145 total…only 2 burpees!

  2. Megan Cincotta 10/12/2011 at 1:13 am

    Katie, thanks for pushing me to try for the 400m at the 6am class.

    Beretta said we should all start at 400, but I was skeptical. Then, you turned to me and said “You’re doing the 400.” With your encouragement, I tried it once, twice…five times.

    I still consider myself a newbie to CF and CF Southie, but its an amazing community with a unique balance of healthy competition, tough love, encouragement. Thank you!

  3. Sean 10/12/2011 at 12:02 am

    WOD: 140 rx

    I think that was the closest I’ve ever been to puking after a WOD.

  4. James S. 10/11/2011 at 11:30 pm

    Front Squat: 135×3 (wu), 165×3, 185×2,195×1, 205×1, failed @ 215

    WoD: 64 Rx (18, 14, 11, 8, 11)

    Wod2: 21-15-9 Pull-ups and Ring dips (blue band) 6:48

    Props to Maze for solid coaching/encouragement of new guy during an intro session…

  5. Arik 10/11/2011 at 2:55 pm

    5 rounds of:
    3 minutes to complete 400m run then
    AMRAP Wall balls
    Rest 1 minute

    Round 1: 1:40 / 20
    Round 2: 1:39 / 17
    Round 3: 1:41 / 13
    Round 4: 1:40 / 10
    Round 5: 1:42 / 12
    Total: 72 Rx