FallOut CrossFit – School of Elite Fitness Tri-cities, WA

Cindy – Cindy x 2 – Cindy x 3

Which ever way you slice it, you are going to have fun!

I love CrossFit as much as the next CrossFitter. But why? Why do I come into the gym day in and day out and run myself through a grueling workout, and then turn around and run other through the same workout. Because I enjoy to watch others suffer? No. Because I like to suffer? No. I do it because it makes me better at being me and allows me an escape. When you are in the middle of this workout or any workout for that matter it doesn’t matter what is going on in the rest of the world. You’re not thinking about that next bill that’s due or whether or not you fed the dogs this morning. All you are focused on is making sure that you get your chin all the way over the bar. And you make sure that you finish the workout any way you can, this is what defines who you are. People come into CrossFit with all different types of backgrounds, but we all leave the same way, knowing that we gave it our all.


Level III Level II Level I
15 Pullups30 Pushups

45 Squats

10 Jumping Pullups20 Knee Pushups

30 Squats

5 Jumping Pullups10 Knee Pushups

15 Squats


Fight Gone Bad IV 2009 @ FallOut CrossFit

FallOut CrossFit Thanks Everyone involved in helping support this event!!!

We unfortunately didn’t have a big turn out for this event 🙁 But for those who did come I want to again express how much this means to me and those that this money will help. We didn’t reach our goal this year, which means next year we will have make up for it by setting a high goal and meeting it this time. We has CrossFitters set goals for our selves everyday. We try to beat these goal and when we don’t we try harder the next time and this is what we as a community will do next time. I need everyone to today already be thinking about how we can make this next time even better!

We Raised – $1735

CrossFit as a Group raised more than $1 million – Exceeding FGB IV Goal of $1 million

This money will go directly to the Wounded Warrior Project and Athletes for a Cure

To help wounded soldiers and their families as well as help to find a cure to prostate cancer.


3 rounds – 1 minute at each station continuous clock

1 min rest in between rounds

Total time working out = 15 minutes

1 Point per rep/cal – Total score = total reps for all 3 rounds

Wall Balls 20/14lbs 10/8ft target

SDHP 75/55

Box Jumps 20″

Push Press 75/55

Rowing – calories

Level II – 45lbs

Level 1 – 18lbs

Click below to check out Photos from the event!

Fight Gone Bad 2009