3 x 6-8 @ 4211
Start light enough to move perfect today and to add load next week. No grinding.
Post loads to comments.
Week 1 of 6
AMRAP 6 Minutes:
8 Box Jump-Step Downs 24/20″
Rest 6 minutes between rounds Work at a repeatable pace and aim to score to within a few reps on both pieces. Modify the dubs to Alternate Foot Steps or 2x Singles and Toes-to-Bars to Hanging Leg or Knee Raises as needed.
Post rounds, reps, and Rx to comments.
Farewell to Greg and Maggie, who were CFSBK members for 7 years. They’ll be moving to DC and had this to say about their departure: “We’re so grateful for the culture you created at the gym that gave us a home for the past 7 years. We learned so much from you and your staff about our strength and capabilities and we really appreciate the quality coaching that helped us improve our performance.” We’ll miss you guys!
This Weekend at CFSBK
Big things are happening at the gym this weekend! Here’s what you need to know…
Join us as we host the 2019 Iron Maidens Raw Open. 60 women, from CFSBK and beyond, will test their strength at Back Squat, Bench Press, and Deadlift in this women-only powerlifting meet.
For the 4th year in a row, Iron Maidens lifters will raise funds for the Stay Strong Scholarship, which supports students at Bronx-based Grace Outreach. This year, our goal is to raise $30,000 to continue supporting these students. Right now we’re at $16,651 raised. Show some love by donating to your favorite CFSBK lifter(s) or directly to Grace Outreach through the Crowdrise campaign.
Please note that all classes are cancelled tomorrow. C’mon out to the gym to cheer!
Sunday is the very last day to register for Fight Gone Bad 2019! You don’t want to miss out on a day full of fun, community, costumes, and raising money for the Sunrise Movement, a coalition of young people fighting to halt climate change and create millions of green jobs. If you’re still on the fence, check out these 5 reasons why you should get involved.
Go HERE to join us in the fight against climate change!
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