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Monday, November 25, 2013

11.26.13 WOD

Athletes, don't forget that the Turkey Trot is this Thursday at 9am. We will be meeting at the stage at 8am and taking a group picture at 8:30am. We hope to see you all there. Also if you haven't picked up your bib numbers they are still sitting at the Box, come and get them. 

I also called to set up a team for the Cable Bridge run and I was told that they only allow individual sign up. For the ones with their names on the event board for this run or anyone who wants to run it, you will need to sign up on your own. We can all still wear our NSXFit gear and represent our box during this run. If anyone has any questions please just get with. Here is the link to register for the Cable Bridge run.


-Coach Leo 

Gymnastic Skill:
10 Minute work on rope climbs

12 Minute AMRAP of:
12 Ring Dips 
10 Floors Press 135/95

Note: use a rack on the floor press. 

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