Build to a heavy but perfect set of 5 Snatch Grip Deadlifts. Control the descent on the first 4. You may drop the final rep of each set. Aim for 85% or more of your best Snatch. Use straps if you have them.
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Exposure 2 of 8
20 Minutes For Quality:
6e Dumbbell Turkish Get-Ups
3 Strict Chin-Ups
Work up to a medium-heavy load for the get ups, something you can maintain for unbroken sets throughout. Take your time on the get ups, moving from stable position to stable position without rushing any of the transitions. Use bands or add weight to the chins as needed.
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“That’s disgusting, David.” Michaelangelo takes a lil pizza break during Fight Gone Bad. Thanks to everyone who competed, cheered, volunteered, and helped us raise $22,292 for Brooklyn Community Foundation! (That figure includes a $5,000 match from a generous BCF board member.) We’ll have the full results from the event up on the blog this week. In the meantime, plan to join us for another important event next Saturday…
New York Health Act: Short Film and Forum on October 27th
Sick of medical bills, co-pays, deductibles, and rising health insurance premiums?
On Saturday, October 27th from 7 to 9pm, CFSBK will screen Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point. This 22-minute documentary takes an in-depth look at our dysfunctional for-profit healthcare system and shows how moving to a universal, single-payer system might impact you as a patient, a provider, or a business.
Learn about a new comprehensive health plan with no premiums, deductibles, or co-pays that guarantees healthcare for every New York resident regardless of health, income, immigration status, or employment status.
We will have a Q&A after the screening and a discussion about the ways YOU can help achieve guaranteed care for all.
Come learn why CrossFit South Brooklyn and hundreds of other businesses, freelancers, doctors, and other New Yorkers support the New York Health Act.
Changes to CrossFit Kids Schedule
In order to better serve the cutest, littlest members of our community, we’re making some changes to our Sunday CrossFit Kids schedule. Effective today, our Sunday schedule will be:
CrossFit Preschool (3-4 years old): Sundays, 9am – 10am
CrossFit Kids (5-7 years old): 10am – 11am
Parents must RSVP their kids for our Sunday Preschool and Kids classes. Parents must have a current membership for their child that includes an enrollment in the class. When the parent logs into the member connect site, they will be able to click on the calendar and see a list of all the classes they are eligible to take. From there they can add or cancel a reservation by clicking into a specific class. Head over to the Kids & Teens program page for more details!
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