Rebuilding Warriors Fundraising Competition – CrossFit and Fearless
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Rebuilding Warriors Fundraising Competition

2nd Annual Fundraising Competition to Support Rebuilding Warriors

Join CrossFit and Fearless for a partner competition benefiting Rebuilding Warriors. An amazing organization that trains and provides service dogs to Veterans free of charge. A service dog can provide unmatched support and comfort to those afflicted with the visible and invisible scars of war. Please come out and hang with us for a fun filled afternoon.
 
This will be a partner competition — M/M or F/F — with RX and Scaled Divisions.
Competitors will complete 3 WOD’s with an additional tie breaker if needed.
RX competitors should be able to perform; toes to bar, pull ups, and a minimum of (135/95) shoulder to overhead for reps.

When: Saturday, February 10th from 9:00am – 2pm 

Where: Crossfit and Fearless, 3804 Woodbury Dr. Austin, TX 78704

Entry: $30/person

What can I do to help:

  • Buy a T-shirt 
  • Register to Compete in this friendly competition
  • Donate directly!
  • Come cheer on the competitors and meet a few veterans!

Schedule:

Athlete Check-In: 8:30am
Athlete Briefing: 9:00am
WOD 1/ Heat 1: Starts at 9:30am
WOD 2/ Heat 1: Starts at 11:00am
Floater WOD: The Floater WOD will need to be performed any time before the second WOD)
Athlete Award Ceremony: 1:00pm

Register!

Or Contact us:

crossfit@crossfitandfearless.com | 512-804-1899

About Rebuilding Warriors

Did you know it costs about $8,000 to train, feed, and care for a service dog? Rebuilding Warriors provides highly trained and socialized Service/Companion Dogs to Veterans diagnosed as Amputees as well as those with PTSD, (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). Most of our dogs are bred especially for this mission and have a highly sought after demeanor. We provide these dogs to Honorably Discharged Veterans from any branch of the Armed Forces or from any service era meeting our eligibility standards. Learn more here

RX Standards: Shoulder to Overhead for reps (95/65) Ground to Overhead for reps (135/95) HSPU Toes to Bar Pull Ups Sleds Odd Object Carry (70/50) Scale Standards: Shoulder to Overhead for reps (75/55) Ground to Overhead for reps (95/65) Hanging Knee Raise (Open Standard) Jumping Pull Ups (Open Standard) Sleds Odd Object Carry (50/44)

Rebuilding Warriors Comp Workouts

WOD 1


RX: Reps maybe shared in any manner, with only one partner working at any given time. Cleans may be performed in any manner as long as athlete reaches full extension of legs and hips, with the point of the elbow clearly past the vertical plane of the bar. During the chest-to-bar pull up the athlete’s chest must make contact with the bar at the level of the collar bone or lower. During the HSPU, athletes must maintain their hands within the the 3’x2’ box, all reps begin at full extension of the elbows, athletes must then lower their head to make contact with the ground, the rep will end once the athlete’s arms have returned to full extension.

3 Rounds for Time (8 min CAP)
12 Clean(ground to shoulder) (135/95)
14 C2B Pull Ups
16 Handstand Push Ups

14 Clean(ground to shoulder) (135/95)
14 C2B Pull Ups
16 Handstand Push Ups

16 Clean(ground to shoulder) (135/95)
14 C2B Pull Ups
16 Handstand Push Ups

Scaled: Reps maybe shared in any manner, with only one partner working at any given time. Cleans may be performed in any manner as long as athlete reaches full extension of legs and hips, with the point of the elbow clearly past the vertical plane of the bar. During the jumping pull up the athlete’s arms must begin in the fully extended position and the rep will end once the athlete has jumped and successfully pulled their chin pass the horizontal plane of the pull up bar. During the shoulder to overhead athletes may strict press, push press or jerk the bar to a fully locked out overhead position. Reps will be counted only once the athlete has completely extended their legs, hips, and arms.

3 Rounds for Time (8 min CAP)
12 Clean(ground to shoulder) (95/65)
14 Jumping Pull Ups
16 Shoulder to Overhead(75/55)

14 Clean(ground to shoulder) (95/65)
14 Jumping Pull Ups
16 Shoulder to Overhead(75/55)

16 Clean(ground to shoulder) (95/65)
14 Jumping Pull Ups
16 Shoulder to Overhead(75/55)


WOD 2


RX Double Heavy “Fit”: Partners will alternate full rounds of the following workout. Once partner A has completed their thrusters they must run and tag partner B to begin their row. The workout will end once athlete B has completed their final thruster. Rowers must be reset by the oncoming athlete. During the toes-to-bar athlete’s feet must begin past the vertical plane of the pull up bar, the rep is complete once both feet contact the bar simultaneously. Thrusters will begin from the ground and may be squat cleaned or power cleaned to the shoulders. A good rep must descend into the front squat position with the crease of the hip below the top of the knee. The athlete must then fully rise out of the squat into a fully extended overhead position with the legs, hips, and arms fully extended and the bar centered over the body when viewed from profile. Any rebending of the knees while attempting lock out will be a “no rep”

6 Alternating Rounds for Time (12min CAP)
15 Calorie Row
12 Toes to Bar
9 Thrusters(115/75)

Scale Double Fit: Partners will alternate full rounds of the following workout. Once partner A has completed their thrusters they must run and tag partner B to begin their row. The workout will end once athlete B has completed their final thruster. Rowers must be reset by the oncoming athlete. During the hanging knee raise athlete’s feet must begin past the vertical plane of the pull up bar, the rep is complete once both knees cross the horizontal plane created by the hip crease.Thrusters will begin from the ground and may be squat cleaned or power cleaned to the shoulders. A good rep must descend into the front squat position with the crease of the hip below the top of the knee. The athlete must then fully rise out of the squat into a fully extended overhead position with the legs, hips, and arms fully extended and the bar centered over the body when viewed from profile. Any rebending of the knees while attempting lock out will be a “no rep”

6 Alternating Rounds for Time(12min CAP)
15 Calorie Row
12 Hanging Knee Raises
9 Thrusters (95/65)

WOD 3:

Athletes will alternate rounds and complete a total of 2 each. The entire sled must begin behind the starting line and completely cross both at the turn around and end point. Upon crossing the sled past the start point athlete A will grab 2(KBs) and carry them in any fashion down and back to the starting line. Only once athlete A has returned to the start may athlete B begin his sled push.

“Floater”
RX
4 Alternating Rounds for Time
150ft Sled Push(135/95)
150ft Farmers Carry 2x(70/50)

Scaled
4 Alternating Rounds for Time
150ft Sled Push(95/70)
150ft Farmers Carry 2x(44/35)