Single-Arm Farmer Carry
30 Seconds x 1-2 Sets
Use dumbbells, kettlebells, jerry cans, or farmer handles. After a few warm up sets, grab a load you can carry for 30 seconds without putting down. Progress load each week from there with the goal of building to half bodyweight or above. The “Gold Standard” is bodyweight for 30 seconds.
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Week 4 of 6
3 Rounds for Time:
25 Dumbbell Thrusters 35/20
Can you do the Thrusters unbroken? Should you, for you?
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A vid from last year’s CFSBK picnic in Prospect Park!
Saturday: Prospect Park Potluck!
We are hosting a potluck at Prospect Park this Saturday from 2 to 4pm. We would love to see you there with your families, friends, and a few snacks or dishes to pass around and share! We’ll bring a few games to play, but if you have any of your own that you are particularly fond of, feel free to bring them along as well! We had a GREAT turn out at our last picnic so don’t miss out! Come meet more members of your community and enjoy an afternoon in the park with us! What better way to spend a Saturday?
We’ll be on the hill behind the Picnic House (most easily accessible via the 5th Street/Litchfield Villa entrance). Bring a dish, drink, or game to play. Friends, family, and dogs are welcomed, as always. We can’t wait to see you there!
Monday, August 19th: My Body, My Jokes
Searching for love in all the wrong places? Maybe you’re a unicorn looking for their soulmate on an app. Most of the love stories and romcoms are steeped in the hetero point of view. This month join comedians Maria Heinegg (of CFSBK) and Ayanna Dookie as they host “My Body, My Jokes: Queer Dating.” Whether you can completely relate, wondering what dating is like with anything other than the ol Disney heteronormative narrative, come hear tales of love, love lost, and disappointment. All proceeds will go directly to New Alternatives to support their mission of fostering self-sufficiency of LGBTQ and homeless youth.
My Body, My Jokes is a bimonthly stand up comedy show all about living in these strange, human-shaped bodies.This month, we’re bringing you a group of hilarious LGBTQ comics telling jokes about their dating lives. We’ll also be serving you with facts and information on queer relationships by our expert of the month.
Show link: https://www.caveat.nyc/event/my-body-my-jokes-8-19-2019
Tickets: $15 in advance/ $20 at the door
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