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Fight Gone Bad 6 with FallOut CrossFit has a place a time and a whole lot more! This will be one of the biggest events that FallOut CrossFit will be a part of. Please come and join us, bring your family for a great summer BBQ as summer winds downs.
The Soul of an Athlete Can Change The Game; The Heart of an Athlete Can Change The World.
On Saturday, September 17, more than 8,000 CrossFit athletes in nearly 1,000 locations around the world, including members from FallOut CrossFit will do a grueling 17-minute workout for charity, known as Fight Gone Bad. PLEASE DO YOUR PART IN FUNDRAISING!!! In addition to supporting Camp Patriot and ISR/CrossFit Kids FGB6 will also be dedicated to raising money for the Special Operations Warriors Foundation to fully fund the college scholarships of the 21 children who lost their dads on August 6, when thirty US troops, most of whom were special forces, were killed, when a Taliban rocket downed their helicopter in east Afghanistan.
Why: Scott Zagarino, founder of the Fight Gone Bad charity event, answers this question easily, “These men gave us all they had. The least we can do is give them the comfort of knowing their children will be taken care of. We’ll make sure they get the education each of these men would have wanted for his children, as our way of giving thanks.” Additionally funds raise will help support Camp Patriot ( a local organization) in getting wounded veterans outdoors and doing activities that they may think are no longer available to them & showing soldiers that still anything is possible. Also benefiting is ISR/CrossFit Kids who are helping to keep our kids safe.
When: Saturday, September 17, 2011 / 2pm to 5pm
Where: Ranch & Home Parking Lot
Price: $15 for entry ($150 raised to participate in workout)
Includes: Jackson’s in Richland will be providing Pulled pork sandwich w/sides & soda,
- Beer and Wine will be for sale – hosted by the Pasco Eagle’s Lodge #2241
Entertainment: Everyone working out & 3rd Date
- Possible something for the kids (face painting, etc)
To Register: Go to fgb6.org and click on REGISTER no later than September 14, 2011. Login or create a new account. Then choose FallOut CrossFit and create your personal fundraising page. Each participant must register and agree to the waiver.
Fight Gone Bad: Sportsgrants first launched the Fight Gone Bad fundraiser six years ago to raise money for a variety of important causes during one day’s dedicated workout. Individuals or teams of individuals perform the rigorous, 17-minute “Fight Gone Bad” CrossFit workout. FallOut CrossFit joined the global fundraising effort 3 years ago. The precise workout scores individuals based on the following:
- 5 Rounds (1 min rest between rounds) 1 min @ each station
- Wall-ball: 20-pound ball, 10 foot target (reps)
- Sumo deadlift high-pull: 75 pounds (reps)
- Box Jump: 20” box (reps)
- Push-Press: 75 pounds (reps)
- Row: calories (calories)
We will be having 3 divisions to allow everyone to participate
The Three divisions are:
- Class A: Standard Men = 75lb push-press and sumo deadlift high pull, 20lb wall- ball and 20 inch box jump
- Class B: Modified Men/Standard Women = 55lb push-press and sumo deadlift high pull, 14lb wall-ball and 20 inch box Jump
- Class C: Intermediate = 35lb push-press and sumo deadlift high pull, 10lb wall-ball and 20 inch box Jump (step ups are okay)
If you are new to CrossFit or this is your 1st time: Highly recommend signing up for Class C.
Sportsgrants’ Fight Gone Bad Background: Last year, more than 7,000 CrossFit athletes from around the world participated at CrossFit affiliates, including FallOut CrossFit who was a top 100 fundraiser, raising more than $1.5 million in a 24-hour period.
“Fight Gone Bad captures the CrossFitter’s passionate commitment to personal fitness and strength and – for just one day – utilizes this passion to raise money for causes that address immediate needs in our country”. “The last 5 years have proven what we can do as a community, doubling our results each year, and we are proud to be part of this year’s mission to take care of these kids and veterans.”
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