This would be a great spot for one of those inspirational posters with skydivers on it. Anyway, Webster’s defines a team as a number of persons associated together in work or activity, and teamwork as work done by several associates with each doing a part but all subordinating personal prominence to the efficiency of the whole.
Tomorrow we’re going to be associating you together and asking you to work as efficiently as possible to row 1,250 meters each, while a barbell is kept overhead by the team member not rowing. The faster you row, the less time your teammate has to hold that bar up. Row as quickly as you can to benefit the whole of the team.
Speaking of teamwork, check out this piece in the CrossFit Journal about our team here at CrossFit Fenway getting this place up and running. The teaser for part 1 can be found here in Windows Media Player format, and here in Quicktime Player format. Like I said, this is part 1, so more to come.
January 14th, 2010
Skill: Forward rolls, tripods, headstands
With a teammate, each complete 5 rounds for time (10 total rows) of:
Teammate 1: Row 250 meters
Teammate 2: Hold barbell locked out overhead
Teammate 1: Hold barbell locked out overhead
Teammate 2: Row 250 meters
Programming Note: We will be running a compact holiday schedule this Monday, January 18th in observance of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will be running classes open to all members, like our invasions. Please post to comments, or stop by to tell us which 1 hour time slot works best for you, so we can set the schedule, which will be posted this weekend for Monday.