Friday 9.2.16

Cary

Cary

“Two Face”
5 Rounds:

10 Chest to Bar Pull-Ups
10 Power Cleans (135/95)
10 Front Squats (135/95)
10 Push Jerks (135/95)

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Box Brief

Congrats to the August Commitment Club members! Well done guys!

Rebecca Cahaly- 27
Sharon Winn- 27
Katrina Shafer- 26
April Quinn-Paquet- 25
Nick de Peyster- 24
Toni Indresano-DiRuscio- 24
Sibylle Kelleher- 24
Maira Tavares Coelho- 24
Angelo Gianakis- 23
Sam Landau- 23
Barry Chow- 22
Brendan Conroy- 22
John Kelleher- 22
Doug Bell- 21
Kari Chow- 21
Nell Getz- 21
Karen Hayes- 21
Andy LoPilato- 21
Michelle Marshall- 21
Kristen Riley- 21
Lynsey Smith- 21
Caroline Trippel- 21
David Weisman- 21
Glenn Cahaly- 20
John Giannuzzi- 20
Jon Goll- 20
Lizzy Kalberer-Landau- 20
Jill Lorion- 20
Jamie Sheridan- 20
Sandra Smith- 20
Gradon Winn- 20

Coach Geoff

Coach Geoff

Thursday 9.1.16

Susan

Susan

Today is Bring a Friend Day!

“Duck Walk”
AMRAP 20:

In Teams of 3-4, Relay Style:
20/15 Calorie Bike
15 Pushups
100′ Farmers Walk (70/53)

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Box Brief
When the Achievements for the month spill over into the Goal board… what else can we say.
Super proud! Congratulations to the August PR’s!!!
#SunsOutGunsOut. 

Today is Bring a Friend Day!
All classes are free to try. Drop in with nothing needed in advance!
Class schedule HERE.

August Goals & Achievements

Congratulations to August! Here’s to September!!!

Wednesday 8.31.16

David Vanbuskirk

David Vanbuskirk

Team “DVB”

Teams of 2:
Run 1 Mile together with a single Medicine Ball (20/14)

Into 8 Rounds:
20 Wallballs (20/14), 2 Rope Climbs

Directly into…

Run 800m together with a single Medicine Ball (20/14)
Into 4 Rounds:
20 Wallballs (20/14), 2 Rope Climb

Directly into…

Run 400m together with a single Medicine Ball (20/14)
Into 2 Rounds:
20 Wallballs (20/14), 2 Rope Climb

Officer David Vanbuskirk, 36, of Henderson, Nevada, was killed on July 23, 2013, when he fell during a nighttime aerial rescue mission in Las Vegas, Nevada. Vanbuskirk had been employed with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department since 1999 and joined the elite Search and Rescue Team in 2007.

Vanbuskirk is survived by his wife, Adriana; sister, Jenny; and mother, Pat. He is preceded in death by his father, Red; and brother; Michael.

Video Tribute to LVMPD Officer David Vanbuskirk.

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Box Brief
Bring a Friend Day is Tomorrow!

Peekaboo

 

Tuesday 8.30.16

Lori

Lori

“Twister”
With a Running Clock…

At the 0:00:
AMRAP 5:
10 Power Snatch (95/65)
10 Barbell Burpees

At the 10:00
AMRAP 5:
15 Power Snatches (115/80)
15 Barbell Burpees

At the 20:00
AMRAP 5:
30 Power Snatches (135/95)
30 Barbell Burpees

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Box Brief
CFNE Charity Golf Tournament – Monday, September 26!
All proceeds will benefit Kettlebells 4 Kids! In CrossFit New England’s first annual charity gold outing, we invite you to create a team of 4 and join us for the day!

Charter Oak Country Club – 394 Chestnut St, Hudson, MA
Teams of 4     –     18 Hole Golf Tournament      –    Lunch and Dinner
$195/person (feel free to register as a single, we can team you up), or $750/foursome

Friends, family members, neighbors and co-workers are invited to join!
Please reserve by September 1st to Ali Leblanc at ali@crossfitnewengland.com

Name this character...

Name this character…

Monday 8.29.16

Caryn and Daisy

Caryn and Daisy

“Max Effort Monday”

Build to a Heavy 3-Rep Front Squat

Followed by…

“Natick Hammer”
30 – 20 – 10

Row for Calories
Deadlifts (185/135)
Box Jumps (24″/20″)

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Box Brief
Please welcome our latest addition to the team, Coach Christine Bald!

“Originally from Florida, I was a collegiate tennis player and three-sport athlete in high school. I found CrossFit when I moved to Washington, DC after college and it felt like coming home—the competitive atmosphere and the supportive community were something I really missed, but I found my tribe again at CrossFit.

I left a career in Middle East politics to coach CrossFit full time. As a coach, I get to make the world a better place in more tangible ways than I ever did at the State Department—I love helping people get outside their comfort zone and showing them they’re capable of much more than they thought they were. My favorite part of coaching is the look of total wonder athletes get on their face after doing something thought was impossible and slowly bending their understanding of that word, both in and outside of the gym: “If I can do that, what else can I do?” eventually becomes, “What can’t I do?” And that’s the magic!”

Welcome to the family Coach Christine!

Welcome to the family Christine!