Saved by the Barbell is an annual, world-wide CrossFit community Labor Day workout and fundraising effort to bring CrossFit to more kids everywhere.Each year, rates of chronic diseases like type-2 diabetes, obesity, and liver disease – conditions once associated with the sick and elderly – rise among children, from toddlers to teenagers.
And yet each year, more schools reduce their physical education programs. Recess is becoming a thing of the past. Cafeteria food, deeply flawed nutrition education, and sugar-stocked vending machines only contribute to the problem. And schools where children grow up in poverty, food deserts, and disadvantaged communities pose even greater challenges to kids’ health.
As adults, we ask ourselves: What can I do today to make a meaningful and lasting difference in the world, in my community, in my neighborhood, on my block, for the better?
Our community knows the answer. Kids need to move. To play. To stand up from their desks and couches and go o
Seaward CrossFit – CrossFit
Question of the day
What did you do for fitness before CrossFit?
Saved by the Barbell (AMRAP – Reps)
3 Rounds for max reps of:
1:00 Wall ball shots (20lbs/14lbs)
1:00 Deadlifts (115lbs/75lbs)
1:00 Med-ball sit-ups (20lbs/14lbs)
1:00 Hang power cleans (115lbs/75lbs)
1:00/1:00 Spiderman stretch
Every 2:00 for 4 sets:
3 Front squat + 1 thruster at 75-80%
*Base percentage off of the effort from 8/7/18
Every 1:30 for 5 sets
8 Glute ham raises
*Add weight if need to make more difficult
*0:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 6:00.