Tuesday 10/15

Take 15 Min to work to a heavy 3 Rep Deadlift.
Then… for 20 total reps, do one rep every 30 sec. at the same load

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Saturday’s Barbells for Boobs was awesome! We had a great turn out with some red numbers on the board and people walked away with some awesome raffle prizes! This Saturday we will be hosting another fundraiser WOD, “Lift Up Luke” to help raise money for autism treatment and support. This workout was inspired by the son of Josh and Mary Everett. Josh Everett is one of the original CrossFitters and is still a huge part of the community. He placed 3rd in the 2007 CrossFit Games and 2nd in the 2008 Games. He is a beast of a competitor and coordinated the CrossFit Olympic Weightlifting seminar we are hosting in early February. And more than anything, he is a super nice and humble guy.

Earlier this year, Josh and Mary’s son, Luke, was diagnosed with autism. With so little known about autism, and it’s ability to effect each person differently, it’s easy for a family to feel alone, with unanswered questions and unsure as to what to do next. The Autism Tree Project Foundation helps families with children with autism receive treatment and support. This is a grassroots organization with an entirely volunteer staff.

The goal of this WOD is to raise $50,000 for the Autism Tree Project Foundation. While your donation will be greatly appreciated, it is not required. We understand that it’s not always possible to support a cause with money, but we do ask for your support in numbers. Saturday’s class will be free and friends and family are welcome to attend and participate. All that we ask is that everyone registers. Registration for this event is completely free (you can register here).

Just like with Barbell for Boobs, classes will be held in heats and the WOD is a 5 min AMRAP. Please, take 5 minutes out of your day to stand with our community and show support for the Everett family and all those families living with autism.

Thank You!

Supplemental-

10 Minute AMRAP
3 – Power Cleans (185/135)
1 – Muscle Up (Increase by 1 each round)

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