On September 17th we are doing Fight Gone Bad 6. Please click on “Join Our Team” if you wish to make a donation, on the right hand side of the page where the Fight Gone Bad logo is located. It is another awesome cause. Read up on it.
Written by: Scott Zagarino on May 31, 2011.
Registration is now open for Fight Gone Bad 6. TO SIGN UP FOR FIGHT GONE BAD 6, CLICK ON “JOIN OUR TEAM” ON THE FIGHT GONE BAD LOGO OR GO TO THE EVENT SITE: FGB6.ORG
On September 17th, 2011, CrossFitters from around the world will come together to endure 17 minutes of one of our most grueling workouts in honor of those men and women who have given a lifetime of service and sacrifice.
For 17 minutes, we will push ourselves further, challenge ourselves deeper, feel the doubt and wonder what the hell we got ourselves into, and if we can make it, but then remember why we are there and appreciate fully those who we wish to honor. We turn to our community of friends and family, asking them to join us by donating what they are inspired to give to our two phenomenal organizations.
Our goal this year is to raise $3 million dollars.
Our beneficiaries are The Special Operations Warrior Foundation and The CrossFit Foundation.
If you need a little reminder of what the heck we’re talking about, check out last year’s event video.
About The Special Operations Warrior Foundation
The Special Operations Warrior Foundation provides full scholarship grants and educational and family counseling to the surviving children of special operations personnel who die in operational or training missions and immediate financial assistance to severely wounded special operations personnel and their families.
About The CrossFit Foundation
The CrossFit Foundation provides support and assistance to the men and women of the military, law enforcement and first responder communities and their families, as well as aims to enhance the quality of life and fitness of deserving families by sponsoring such worthwhile efforts as Infant Swim Rescue (ISR), providing exercise equipment, and other beneficial acts as determined by the Foundation.
About The Sportsgrants Foundation
The Sportsgrants Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established in 2008 by professional athlete and social entrepreneur Scott Zagarino. As an advocate of the grassroots dollar and a veteran of event-driven fundraisers, Zagarino’s mission is clear: modernize the event driven fundraiser, activate one global fundraising team and provide “net donation” grants to charities. Sportsgrants’ patent-pending technology platform shifts the burden of event driven fundraising from the charity to the individual, creating efficiency and cost savings for the charity and choice and empowerment for the individual. To date, Sportsgrants has raised nearly $5 million and provided grants for a variety of charities and causes.
Strength/Skill – Snatch Grip Deadlifts 2-2-2-2-2
8 R.F.T. for Max Reps
Push Presses 20 secs 75/45
Rest 10 secs.
Jumping Alternating Lunges
Rest 10 secs
Count max reps for each exercise