Packed house today!!! WE LOVE IT!!!! Keep it going!
Nice work EVERYONE!!! We had people today going upside down against the wall that have NEVER done it before!!!!!! (minds OUTTA the gutter…geeeeeezzzzzz) Such awesome work!!! SO proud of you all!!!!!! Conquering your fears!!!!!! Woooohooooo!!!
Don’t forget… We will be at the Easton’s Angels disABILITY Awareness Fun Walk and 5K on Sunday. Check out our Events page for more info!
Come out and support a great cause!
Class signups for next weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkkkk….. HERE!!!
Today is the our first time doing a Hero WOD here at CrossFit Bane. For some of you, this is your first Hero WOD. For others, you have many of them under your belt. I wanted to take a few minutes and explain what they are all about. Humor me, please.
CrossFit Hero WODs were made to represent a fallen Hero. Looking at them at first glance, your initial reaction is usually something like “you have got to be kidding me!” or “oh hell no, today is my off day.” (Cherry Picker) They are not made to be done every day. They were made to suck. They were made to push people past their breaking points.
These people put their lives on the line every day for us. These WODs are just a little reminder for us that while we go about our 9-5 jobs, they are out there on the front line risking it all for people they don’t even know. That’s a HERO.
So while your doing “Murph” or “DT” and thinking to yourself how much it sucks and how much you want to quit… think about what they went through. Use that as your motivation to finish!!
Honor them by showing up to class and giving it ALL YOU HAVE. And as The Star Spangled Banner plays each and every time we do a Hero WOD here at CrossFit Bane, remember the sacrifices they made so that you can be here today.
Saturday, April 26
HERO Partner WOD:
6 rounds FT
19 Power Cleans (135/95)
7 Strict Pull-ups
Everyone MUST do the 30 squats and the full 400m run.
The cleans and pull-ups are split between partners.
In honor of nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighting team that tragically lost their lives on June 30, 2013 while fighting a fire in Yarnell, AZ.
Names of firemen and more information found here.