We’re not going for time or reps this Friday. No, this week, it’s all about going heavy. The goal of The Bear is to move a maximum weight. Like our regular strength training you can rest between rounds and attempt to increase the load each time. Those of you that have tried bear complexes before know that stringing them together can be exhausting. Check out this WOD demo (WMV/MOV), and let’s see how much mass you can move.
May 27, 2011
5 rounds for load. No resting the bar on the ground. Break up or combine movements any way, as long as all movements are complete range of motion.
7 Sets of the Sequence:
3rd Annual Navy SEAL Memorial Challenge – AKA “Murph Day 2011“
In honor of Medal of Honor recipient Lieutenant Michael Murphy and all fallen veterans, CrossFit Fenway joins Windy City CrossFit, SEALFit and other gyms nationwide to host “Murph Day 2011″ at 9 AM on Saturday, June 4th. Proceeds will go to the Navy SEAL Foundation. Any size donation is required to participate, and this event will be open to donations from supporters and spectators as well. All donations are tax-deductible, please donate online, direct your donation toward the “Navy SEAL Memorial Challenge” and specify CrossFit Fenway in the comment section. E-mail Eric if you’d like to participate in the workout and be sure to bring your receipt as it will serve as your ticket to compete. This is a fantastic event for a great cause, so please do everything you can to get friends, family, and the greater community involved!
Support the Team!
Regionals are right around the corner, and the CrossFit Fenway team is training hard, readying themselves to represent our box against the best athletes the Northeast has to offer. Be there to support our athletes Friday, June 17th, Saturday, June 18th, and Sunday, June 19th at Reebok World Headquarters in Canton, MA.
***No classes Monday, May 31st at CrossFit Fenway***