CrossFit for Hope

Crossfit For Hope: Saturday, June 9th

Where: CrossFit NapTown

CrossFit is teaming up with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to combat child cancer. Register on April 26th to participate in this life-changing charity event.

Contributions can be performance-based pledges or donations for participants and affiliates. We’ll keep track of the athlete performances and donations for each individual and every participating Affiliate.


Three rounds of: Burpees 75 pound Power snatch Box jump, 24″ box 75 pound Thruster Chest to bar Pull-ups

  • “Hope” has the same format as Fight Gone Bad
  • In this workout you move from each of five stations after a minute
  • This is a five-minute round from which a one-minute break is allowed before repeating
  • The clock does not reset or stop between exercises
  • On call of “rotate,” the athlete/s must move to next station immediately for good score
  • One point is given for each rep

*Fundamentals this Thursday will be ROWING!!! Many people need help with their rowing Technique. We’ve added 2 new rowers to the gym. We will have 14 spots available but will allow more to sit in and refine their technique.



9am and Noon Classes are cancelled!!!

*If you have not heard, there will be demolition taking place at the gym for the next week or so.  Please be patient and ignore the mess as best as you can.


21 thoughts on “CrossFit for Hope”

  1. 138 reps.
    I already want to do this again! I know I should have pushed a little harder. Next time…next time!

  2. Artie’s PaleoOnTheGo has been restocked with the same delicious entrees as Monday.
    Please grab yourself another meal this afternoon and evening to continue eating healthy!
    Thanks Artie!

  3. #170 reps
    would have been rx’ed except for that effing blue band. one of these days, i’m just gonna switch to red & pretend blue no longer exists.

  4. OK, I’m officially obsessed…just spent 40 minutes watching youtube videos of snatches…I will get the form right……

  5. 101 reps
    20″ box (thanks for the recommendation Peter!)
    Green band pull ups (first time without double bands.)