Virtual Class Zoom Room (Password: CFSBK)
CFSBK @ Home: 10am
AMRAP 15 Minutes:
6 Squat Cleans 135 (Marsha) / 95 (Sylvia)
6 Shoulder-to-Overheads 135 / 95
Today’s metcon commemorates the stonewall riots that took place on 6/28/69.
If your legs are sore from the past few days of training, consider performing power cleans instead of squat cleans.
CFSBK @ Home
STONEWALL @ HOME VERSION
6 SA Hang Cleans Right Arm
6 SA Hang Cleans Left Arm
28 Jumping Jacks
6 SA Press or Push Press Right Arm
6 SA Press or Push Press Left Arm
Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera
STONEWALL @ CFSBK
Happy Pride weekend from the team at CFSBK. We are proud to celebrate and support the LGBTQ members of our gym and the broader community.
Today we’re running a workout called “Stonewall,” in honor of the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion. Stonewall was a weekend-long demonstration and riot at the end of June against police raids and harassment at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, which many mark as the birth of the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
What is lesser known about the Stonewall Rebellion and the growth of the LGBTQ rights movement is that it was led by transgender women of color, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson. While the LGBTQ rights movement has made a lot of progress over the past few decades, there is still a long way to go, particularly for members of the trans community who face significant discrimination and violence. For this reason, CFSBK’s Pride weekend workout will be a benefit for 2 nonprofit organizations serving the trans community: the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and Marsha P. Johnson Institute. Instead of the usual “male” and “female” Rx weights, these suggested loadings will be named after the late Sylvia and Marsha in honor of their contributions to the LGBTQ movement.
Today’s workout is free and we will be collecting suggested donations of $25 or an amount that is meaningful to you.
CFSBK STATEMENT OF INCLUSION AND ANTI-OPPRESSION
CrossFit South Brooklyn recognizes the dignity and worth of every person and is committed to creating an environment that is safe, accessible, inclusive, and respectful of all members and visitors. To create this important space for our community, we do not tolerate oppression on the basis of race, ethnicity, economic status, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, immigration status, religion, ability, age or appearance.