We’re in October now, and although it is the beginning of the Fall and also has my personal favorite holiday of Halloween, it also has another very serious implication: breast cancer awareness month.

Here are some quick facts:

  • One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
  • Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.
  • Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women.
  • Each year it is estimated that over 220, 000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die.
  • Although breast cancer in men is rare, an estimated 2,150 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 410 will die each year.

In recent years, perhaps coinciding with the decline in prescriptive hormone replacement therapy after menopause, we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cancer incidence rates among women aged 50 and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, in part to better due to screening and early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving treatment options.

Part of CrossFit is having an annual Barbells for Boobs fundraising event where ALL proceeds are donated to breast cancer research.  Ours here at CrossFit High Voltage will be on Saturday, October. 17 at 11am.  It will replace all regularly scheduled classes that day.

At CrossFit gyms all over the world at the their B4B events in October they perform the benchmark WOD “Grace”, which is 30 clean & jerk for time at 95/65# respectively.  We hope you’ll all join us this year.

Please visit our special CFHV donation page here: https://fundraise.barbellsforboobs.org/fundraise/team?ftid=58706

Don’t forget guest days continue ALL DAY today (Friday) and tomorrow at our 10am Partner WOD.

Regular schedule this weekend, Saturday 9am Shred Sesh, and our VERY popular Olympic Drills for Skills class at 11am.

Energizer Sunday at 10am!


Friday’s Training:

CrossFit:

FIGHT GONE BAD!:

Complete 3 Rounds for total reps (points):

1 MIN: Wall-ball (20/14#) (10/9′)
1 MIN: Sumo deadlift high-pull (75/55#)
1 MIN: Box Jump (20″)
1 MIN: Push-press (75/55#)
1 MIN: Row for Cal
1 MIN REST

Fusion (7:00am & 6:30pm):

BODYWEIGHT FGB:

3 ROUNDS FOR TOTAL REPS:

1 MIN AIR SQUATS
1 MIN BURPEES
1 MIN SIT UPS
1 MIN BOX STEP UPS
1 MIN ROW CAL
1 MIN REST
We’re in October now, and although it is the beginning of the Fall and also has my personal favorite holiday of Halloween, it also has another very serious implication: breast cancer awareness month.

Here are some quick facts:

  • One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
  • Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.
  • Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women.
  • Each year it is estimated that over 220, 000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die.
  • Although breast cancer in men is rare, an estimated 2,150 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 410 will die each year.

In recent years, perhaps coinciding with the decline in prescriptive hormone replacement therapy after menopause, we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cancer incidence rates among women aged 50 and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, in part to better due to screening and early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving treatment options.

Part of CrossFit is having an annual Barbells for Boobs fundraising event where ALL proceeds are donated to breast cancer research.  Ours here at CrossFit High Voltage will be on Saturday, October. 17 at 11am.  It will replace all regularly scheduled classes that day.

At CrossFit gyms all over the world at the their B4B events in October they perform the benchmark WOD “Grace”, which is 30 clean & jerk for time at 95/65# respectively.  We hope you’ll all join us this year.

Please visit our special CFHV donation page here: https://fundraise.barbellsforboobs.org/fundraise/team?ftid=58706

Don’t forget guest days continue ALL DAY today (Friday) and tomorrow at our 10am Partner WOD.

Regular schedule this weekend, Saturday 9am Shred Sesh, and our VERY popular Olympic Drills for Skills class at 11am.

Energizer Sunday at 10am!


Friday’s Training:

CrossFit:

FIGHT GONE BAD!:

Complete 3 Rounds for total reps (points):

1 MIN: Wall-ball (20/14#) (10/9′)
1 MIN: Sumo deadlift high-pull (75/55#)
1 MIN: Box Jump (20″)
1 MIN: Push-press (75/55#)
1 MIN: Row for Cal
1 MIN REST

Fusion (7:00am & 6:30pm):

BODYWEIGHT FGB:

3 ROUNDS FOR TOTAL REPS:

1 MIN AIR SQUATS
1 MIN BURPEES
1 MIN SIT UPS
1 MIN BOX STEP UPS
1 MIN ROW CAL
1 MIN REST
Today I just want to leave you guys a little mid-week mind boost.

Sure there’s days we don’t want to train, or don’t feel like we can.  Many of us will find an excuse if we’re looking for one (and often you don’t have to look that hard) of why we can’t do this or that.

Some of us probably had a hard time even committing to regular fitness in the first place.  “I’m not an athlete”,  “I’m too injured”, ” I can’t do that”, “I’m too old”.  Have a look at these 2 videos (they’re both really short, and you’ll be glad you did).

Then get into the box and have the #besthourofyourday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_KLegn263Y


Wednesday’s Training:

CrossFit:

Strength, Technique & Mobility – UB PULLING VOLUME:

A: E90SEC x 6 SETS (9 MINUTES):
Advanced: 1-3 Muscle Ups + 3-5 Strict Ring Pull Ups (UB complex)
Scaled: 2-4 Strict Jumping Negative Pull Ups (4 count neg) + 6-8 UB Jumping Pull Ups
Scaled: 2-4 Tempo Ring rows (4 count neg) + 6-8 UB Ring Rows

WOD: Pushing Endurance (18 Min. Clock):

5 MIN AMRAP : MAX REP PERFECT PUSH UPS (SCORE #)
+
1 MIN REST
+
12 MIN. AMRAP:
5 HSPU (Scale to Strict Seated DB Press)
10 SHOULDER TO OVERHEAD (115/75#)
15 BOX JUMPS (Scale as needed)

Fusion (6:30pm):

WOD: “Chrissy”

30 TJ Burpees
20 KBS
25 TJ Burpees
25 KBS
20 TJ Burpees
30 KBS
15 TJ Burpees
35 KBS
10 TJ Burpees
40 KBS
5 TJ Burpees
45 KBS


Thursday’s Training:

CrossFit (4:30pm is advanced and requires test-in):

A: MOVEMENT CHALLENGES

A1: Stealth Ninja Walk – Watch video, practice for 2 Minutes
A2: Around the World – Watch video, practice for 2 Minutes

B: MAX AEROBIC POWER EFFORTS (with incomplete rest)

STATION A: 4 SETS (12 EMOM)

MIN 1: :40 AIR ASSAULT (MAX EFFORT CALS) / :20 REST
MIN 2: 10 UB BURPEES / Rest time remaining
MIN 3: 1 MIN REST

2 MIN REST

STATION B: 4 SETS (12 EMOM)

MIN 1: 15 UB WALL BALL SHOTS / Rest time remaining
MIN 2: 10 EMPTY BARBELL THRUSTERS (#45/33)/ Rest time remaining
MIN 3: REST 1 MIN

C: TABATA STYLE ROTATION (:20 WORK / :10 REST)

Alternate movements every :30. 4 SETS: 8 MIN:
:20/:10 – Regular Sit Ups
:20/:10 – Flutter Kicks
:20/:10 – Crunch Twists (Side to Side)
:20/:10 – Hollow Body (Or Bent Knee) Holds

Fitness (6:30pm):

Strength: Glutes & Hamstrings:
3 SETS:
A1: Romanian Deadlift (Top Down, Hinge, To Knee) x 6 Reps @ 2020 (coach count);
A2: :45 Sec Bent Knee Hollow Body Hold (max compression) / :15 Rest
A3: BB Good Morning x 6 Reps @ 2020 (coach count);
A4: :45 Front Plank Hold / :15 Rest

WOD: 3 ROUNDS FOR TIME:
400 M RUN
21 Wall Ball Shots
12 Hanging Knee Raises (or TTB)

 
We’re in October now, and although it is the beginning of the Fall and also has my personal favorite holiday of Halloween, it also has another very serious implication: breast cancer awareness month.

Here are some quick facts:

  • One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
  • Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.
  • Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women.
  • Each year it is estimated that over 220, 000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die.
  • Although breast cancer in men is rare, an estimated 2,150 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 410 will die each year.

In recent years, perhaps coinciding with the decline in prescriptive hormone replacement therapy after menopause, we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cancer incidence rates among women aged 50 and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, in part to better due to screening and early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving treatment options.

Part of CrossFit is having an annual Barbells for Boobs fundraising event where ALL proceeds are donated to breast cancer research.  Ours here at CrossFit High Voltage will be on Saturday, October. 17 at 11am.  It will replace all regularly scheduled classes that day.

At CrossFit gyms all over the world at the their B4B events in October they perform the benchmark WOD “Grace”, which is 30 clean & jerk for time at 95/65# respectively.  We hope you’ll all join us this year.

Please visit our special CFHV donation page here: https://fundraise.barbellsforboobs.org/fundraise/team?ftid=58706

Don’t forget guest days continue ALL DAY today (Friday) and tomorrow at our 10am Partner WOD.

Regular schedule this weekend, Saturday 9am Shred Sesh, and our VERY popular Olympic Drills for Skills class at 11am.

Energizer Sunday at 10am!


Friday’s Training:

CrossFit:

FIGHT GONE BAD!:

Complete 3 Rounds for total reps (points):

1 MIN: Wall-ball (20/14#) (10/9′)
1 MIN: Sumo deadlift high-pull (75/55#)
1 MIN: Box Jump (20″)
1 MIN: Push-press (75/55#)
1 MIN: Row for Cal
1 MIN REST

Fusion (7:00am & 6:30pm):

BODYWEIGHT FGB:

3 ROUNDS FOR TOTAL REPS:

1 MIN AIR SQUATS
1 MIN BURPEES
1 MIN SIT UPS
1 MIN BOX STEP UPS
1 MIN ROW CAL
1 MIN REST
Today I just want to leave you guys a little mid-week mind boost.

Sure there’s days we don’t want to train, or don’t feel like we can.  Many of us will find an excuse if we’re looking for one (and often you don’t have to look that hard) of why we can’t do this or that.

Some of us probably had a hard time even committing to regular fitness in the first place.  “I’m not an athlete”,  “I’m too injured”, ” I can’t do that”, “I’m too old”.  Have a look at these 2 videos (they’re both really short, and you’ll be glad you did).

Then get into the box and have the #besthourofyourday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_KLegn263Y


Wednesday’s Training:

CrossFit:

Strength, Technique & Mobility – UB PULLING VOLUME:

A: E90SEC x 6 SETS (9 MINUTES):
Advanced: 1-3 Muscle Ups + 3-5 Strict Ring Pull Ups (UB complex)
Scaled: 2-4 Strict Jumping Negative Pull Ups (4 count neg) + 6-8 UB Jumping Pull Ups
Scaled: 2-4 Tempo Ring rows (4 count neg) + 6-8 UB Ring Rows

WOD: Pushing Endurance (18 Min. Clock):

5 MIN AMRAP : MAX REP PERFECT PUSH UPS (SCORE #)
+
1 MIN REST
+
12 MIN. AMRAP:
5 HSPU (Scale to Strict Seated DB Press)
10 SHOULDER TO OVERHEAD (115/75#)
15 BOX JUMPS (Scale as needed)

Fusion (6:30pm):

WOD: “Chrissy”

30 TJ Burpees
20 KBS
25 TJ Burpees
25 KBS
20 TJ Burpees
30 KBS
15 TJ Burpees
35 KBS
10 TJ Burpees
40 KBS
5 TJ Burpees
45 KBS


Thursday’s Training:

CrossFit (4:30pm is advanced and requires test-in):

A: MOVEMENT CHALLENGES

A1: Stealth Ninja Walk – Watch video, practice for 2 Minutes
A2: Around the World – Watch video, practice for 2 Minutes

B: MAX AEROBIC POWER EFFORTS (with incomplete rest)

STATION A: 4 SETS (12 EMOM)

MIN 1: :40 AIR ASSAULT (MAX EFFORT CALS) / :20 REST
MIN 2: 10 UB BURPEES / Rest time remaining
MIN 3: 1 MIN REST

2 MIN REST

STATION B: 4 SETS (12 EMOM)

MIN 1: 15 UB WALL BALL SHOTS / Rest time remaining
MIN 2: 10 EMPTY BARBELL THRUSTERS (#45/33)/ Rest time remaining
MIN 3: REST 1 MIN

C: TABATA STYLE ROTATION (:20 WORK / :10 REST)

Alternate movements every :30. 4 SETS: 8 MIN:
:20/:10 – Regular Sit Ups
:20/:10 – Flutter Kicks
:20/:10 – Crunch Twists (Side to Side)
:20/:10 – Hollow Body (Or Bent Knee) Holds

Fitness (6:30pm):

Strength: Glutes & Hamstrings:
3 SETS:
A1: Romanian Deadlift (Top Down, Hinge, To Knee) x 6 Reps @ 2020 (coach count);
A2: :45 Sec Bent Knee Hollow Body Hold (max compression) / :15 Rest
A3: BB Good Morning x 6 Reps @ 2020 (coach count);
A4: :45 Front Plank Hold / :15 Rest

WOD: 3 ROUNDS FOR TIME:
400 M RUN
21 Wall Ball Shots
12 Hanging Knee Raises (or TTB)

 

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