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Rowing Workshop -- Saturday, May 15th

Thursday 100506

Complete as many rounds in seven minutes as you can of:
95 pound Squat clean, 10 reps
20 Sit-ups

The standard for the sit-up is feet anchored, back of the hands touch the ground above your head on the bottom, and hands touch the anchor at the top. No Abmat.

Post rounds and fractions of rounds completed to comments.

CFBK Strength Preference: CF Football

For time:

30 Back Squats @ body weight
1000 meter row
30 Burpees

Post times to comments.


rd's 3rnds, 7 cleans

4 rounds + 2SC - rx'd

4 rounds + 10 squat cleans (aka crossfit arm curling squats) + 12 sit ups

Technically not rx'd because I was smart and used an abmat. Full rom on the sit ups.

CFFB: 12:35 rx'd (squats @ 225).

as rxed
3 rounds
10 cleans + 2 SUs

1st round was too precise/slow
should have just ripped through them

2 Rds, then 10 Cleans + 10 Sit-ups

Was too slow with the cleans, focusing on form... hardly felt gassed at the end of 7 minutes

I just found out this a.m. about the closing of the Brooklyn location and have been going through the threads. I only finished Elements in April, but am still very bummed at the news.

I was hoping someone could go into some more detail about the logistics of making the switch to the Manhattan:

How will the grandfathering in of Brooklyn pricing work (will you have to pay with a human who is aware of the new pricing structure or can you pay online)?

Is the Brooklyn pricing really for life? While I am happy to take advantage of this, I can forsee a situation where Manhattan members become upset at the fact that they are paying more for the same services. I would be more cautious about renewing if I knew there was going to be a price increase for BK members on the horizon.

Can Brooklyn members start using the Manhattan location now (aside from Weekends) or do we have to wait until after the 28th?

Justin T,

Anyone who is currently a Brooklyn member or a recent Brooklyn Elements graduate is eligible for Brooklyn rates for life. All Brooklyn members may start using Manhattan immediately.


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