Fight Gone Bad V is here!

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TODAY’S SCHEDULE:
From 9am through 4pm today, we will be doing the “Fight Gone Bad” workout on a first-come, first-served basis, giving priority to those who pre-registered for time slots at the top of each hour. (Given the 7-hour schedule, we do not expect any problems in getting people through in a timely fashion.) Expect your visit to take an hour, from warming up, to doing the workout with a partner counting reps for you, and then returning the favor for him or her. We will have a full supply of healthy snack options for post-workout refueling to thank you for your participation and fundraising efforts (fresh fruit, nuts, nut butters, beef jerky, etc.).
If you have not yet signed up to participate but would still like to, come on down and we can get you signed up on the spot. (There is no minimum amount required for fundraising but we hope you will make an effort to collect at least a bit of money from friends/family or simply make a small donation to your own efforts.)
People can continue to donate to your profile page through October 1st, so if you haven’t yet reached your $150 goal to receive a free t-shirt, don’t worry, you still have a chance to qualify for one.
If you can, please bring a camera and/or video camera (even if it’s just on your phone!) to help us document the day if you can–let’s make this day a celebration of our community and how we can work together for the greater good and have fun while we do so!

Saturday 100925

“Fight Gone Bad!”

Three rounds of:
Wall-ball, 20 pound ball, 10 ft target (Reps)
Sumo deadlift high-pull, 75 pounds (Reps)Fig
Box Jump, 20″ box (Reps)
Push-press, 75 pounds (Reps)
Row (Calories)

In this workout you move from each of five stations after a minute.The clock does not reset or stop between exercises. This is a five-minute round from which a one-minute break is allowed before repeating. On call of “rotate”, the athletes must move to next station immediately for best score. One point is given for each rep, except on the rower where each calorie is one point.

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  • http://allisonbojarski.tumblr.com Allison Bojarski

    If you need to scale and/or modify, don’t worry, we will be sure to set you up so you can participate.
    With that in mind, here are the movement standards and scaling options for this workout:
    Concept 2 Rowing:
    Range of Motion Standards: None
    Wall Ball:
    Range of Motion Standards: Squat below parallel, Medicine ball hits above bottom border of target.
    Scaling Options:
    Men’s RX’d: 20lb ball, 10ft Target
    Women’s Rx’d 14lb ball, 10 ft Target
    Additional Options: 10lb ball, 8 ft Target
    Sumo Deadlift High Pull:
    Range of Motion Standards: Both Bumpers on the floor, end at full knee and hip extension with the barbell at collar bone level and elbows above hands.
    Scaling Options:
    Men’s RX’d: 75lbs
    Women’s Rx’d 55lbs
    Additional Options: 45lbs
    Box Jump:
    Range of Motion Standards: Feet start on the floor, Jump or step onto box and end with full knee and hip extension above box
    Scaling Options:
    Men’s and Women’s RX’d: 20″
    Additional Options: 15″
    Push Press:
    Range of Motion Standards: Barbell starts racked on shoulders, ends overhead with full elbow, hip and knee extensions, ear should be visible from profile view in front of the upper arm
    Scaling Options:
    Men’s RX’d: 75lbs
    Women’s Rx’d 55lbs
    Additional Options: 45lbs
    Scoring:
    Each competitor will be assigned a judge to count reps and police the range of motion standards. If you’ve got any special issues with a movement please be sure to communicate it to your judge before starting the event. Judges are expected to hold their athlete to the standards listed above and count reps out loud during each movement. If an athlete fails to hit any of the standards the judge will call “Foul”. Fouls are not debatable, focus on hitting the next rep with full range of motion.

  • CAIN

    good luck everybody!
    let’s see a few 400s!

  • Emily

    Great job organizing today! You guys really pulled through..and thanks for the snacks!!
    248
    sub 25# right arm PP
    10# wall ball
    thanks to Jim for the encouragement.

  • Sara

    262 rx’d (including box jumps)….
    not my best performance. need to up the met cons. Thanks so much to everyone for a really fun day. That’s how I want the box to be for every single wod.

  • Isaac

    280 (PR) at CFBK.
    I WILL break 300 this year.

  • jim

    NIcely organized. Thanks to Emily for pushing me through round 2… and 3.

  • Mike Mishik

    Kick ass job everyone today… a ton of great efforts and a whole lot of PR’s and great support from all over the place!

  • Lt Gabe

    Wish I was there with you guys, but I got stuck in NC for the weekend and did it down here at CrossFit Coastal. Today, I fought for Jacinto, who is a pretty damn impressive athlete and one of my heroes. No PRs, but a serious gut check either way.
    357rxd

  • jenn

    247 Rx – PR… I was hoping for 250, but i’ll get it next year!
    Had such a great time today! So good to see everyone – especially Jacinto! The support and community of this Box is amazing!

  • Stephanie

    235 Rx!
    very fun day at the blackbox.
    and some of us are heading out for drinks tonight…gingerman, 7ish…on 36th btwn 5th and mad…if you want to come out and celebrate your fight gone bad!

  • http://allisonbojarski.tumblr.com Allison Bojarski

    Wondering how to get your FGB5 T-shirt?
    You are eligible for a FGB5 T-shirt if you are a FGB5 registered participant, and raise $150.00 or more by the donation deadline, October 1, 2010 at 5pm PST. So if you haven’t gotten to $150 yet, bug your friends and family again and you easily have enough time to raise that $150!
    T-shirt sizes will be collected via email after the donation deadline. T-shirts will be shipped to Team Captains (i.e., me, Allison Bojarski) for distribution.
    Any further questions? Please email kim@sportsgrants.org

  • http://allisonbojarski.tumblr.com Allison Bojarski

    Thank you so much to each and every one of you who donated, participated, counted reps, took pictures, encouraged each other, supported each other.
    This year was a blast and today’s energy and goodwill made all the work I put in as team captain so worth it.
    I’m glad everyone had such a great time!
    We’re currently in 9th place for affiliates worldwide but the official cutoff on donations isn’t until October 1st, so please help keep us in the Top 10 by doing one last go-round of asking friends and family to donate.
    THANK YOU.

  • Mike Mishik

    358 Rx’d, Thanks Matt for the push

  • Matt U.

    247 Rx’d
    Thanks so much to Chris for the encouragement along the way — couldn’t have done it without you!
    The energy in the box was awesome — thanks to Allison for organizing.

  • Jackie

    242, scaled
    Could probably have done the SDHP and push press Rx, but I’m still happy with how I did.
    Thanks, Jai, for the counting and encouragement!

  • Matt D

    309 rx’d. tied my pr.

  • jacinto

    Thanks to Allison for getting me thru FGB.
    Thanks to all the members for the kindness and support.
    It felt great doing a WOD with all of you.
    Jacinto

  • Eric

    Great event, thanks to CrossFit for setting it up.
    Congrats to all who participated.

  • shayna

    263

  • Mike K

    377 rx’d PR

  • Jai

    224
    (41# SDLHP, 45# push press, 10# wall ball 1st round, 6# wall ball rounds 2 & 3)
    Thanks to Leslie for the excellent counting! Thanks to… um, I forgot your name, but thank you for taking video. Wait, was it Evan? Thanks, Evan!
    And thanks to everyone for the awesome camaraderie!