I am doing the workout again this year. I fully support our box's effort to raise money for the Battered Women's Shelter of Summit County. I have signed up and payed for my timeslot. I will be going at 10 am on the 12th of September. Please help support this cause and donate any amount. Go to the link provided. It is quick and simple.Thank you.
Here is the workout:
32 Minute Time Cap:
4 Rounds of:
4 Rope climbs @15’
9 Wall-ball sit-ups to 5’ target @20/14
12 Thrusters @100/70
400 Meter run with:
Round 1 – @2 x 25/2 x 15 pound bumpers
Round 2 – @45/35 pound Olympic bar
Round 3 - @2 x 25/2 x 15 pound bumpers
Round 4 - @45/35 pound Olympic bar
After completing all 4 rounds the bar and plates must be reassembled. Athlete will then finish on top of 24 inch box to stop clock.
Molon Labe CrossFit wrote -
My name is Mark Nolan. I am the affiliate owner of Molon Labe CrossFit. Molon Labe CrossFit is a fitness facility dedicated to making a difference in our community. We invite you to support our charity campaign to assist the Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit County. Why am I doing this? Frankly, to save lives. I lost my beautiful sister over a decade ago. Her name was Jennifer. She was a victim of domestic violence. I can still see her beautiful face and hear the lilt of her voice and the sound of her laugh. She left behind three very young children. Her children, her parents and her siblings (including myself), all miss her very much. Sadly, I could not save her. However, my wife and I want to use our business as a platform to help others who may be in a life-threatening situation. Hopefully, by saving other lives, her death will not have been completely in vain. Please consider helping us save lives. Sincerely, Mark D. Nolan