30 seconds x 1-2 sets
After a few warm ups, perform a heavy Farmer Carry for 30 seconds without putting the weight down. The goal is to progress over the next 2 weeks from here with the goal of building to bodyweight or above. The “gold standard” is bodyweight in each arm for 30 seconds.
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Week 1 of 6
AMRAP 8 Minutes:
20 Wall Ball 20/10, 14/9
Modify the Dubs to Alternating Foot Steps or 100 Singles as needed.
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1:00 Single-Arm Overhead Hold, as heavy as possible
Use a heavy KB or DB. Keep the arm locked out and the load directly over your shoulder, and end the set if your elbow bends.
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Here’s good Pupstarz girl Kiss, who might be at our adoption event on Saturday!
Saturday, July 27th: Pupstarz Adoption Event
PupStarz Rescue invites everyone to get into a different kind of “beast mode” this Saturday, July 27th, right here at CrossFit South Brooklyn. We will be bringing adorable and adoptable pups for meet and greets.
Location: Crossfit South Brooklyn, 597 Degraw St.
PupStarz Rescue is an all-volunteer animal welfare group committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of dogs and cats in public shelters at high risk of euthanasia, as well as those in danger of abuse. We are committed to rescuing as many animals as possible, saving over 1,875 dogs and cats since 2015.
We will have everything from large pups to small pups, from young ones to older ones and just about everything in between! This event is also open to the public to stop in and check out the adoptables as well. Our latest adoptables are listed here.
We suggest that you fill out an application on our site before the event in order to be pre-approved if you are eager to adopt and take your pup home that day! We do require 3 references and a Facetime homecheck before adoption.
We will be posting the dogs that are confirmed for the event a few days before.
For questions please email us at rescue [at] pupstarzrescue.org.
Who knows? You might just find your future swolemate!
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