IT’S A BUSY FALL!
It’s hard to believe summer is coming to an end, but don’t fret… we have several AMAZING events to keep you motivated and inspired. Here are the can’t miss events planned for next month or so!
LABOR DAY HERO WOD – MONDAY 9.3.18
Join us at 10 or 11am (these will be the ONLY classes on Labor Day, September 3rd) for our annual HERO WOD. Just as in year’s past, we will tackle Abbate.
U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Matthew T. Abbate, 26, of Honolulu, Hawaii, assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, based out of Camp Pendleton, California, was killed on December 2, 2010, while conducting combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. He is survived by his wife Stacie Rigall, son Carson, mother Karen Binion, father Salvatore Abbate, and siblings Dominica Abbate, Elliot Abbate, Valerie Binion, and Kelly Binion.
Run 1 mile
155 pound Clean and jerk, 21 reps
Run 800 meters
155 pound Clean and jerk, 21 reps
Run 1 Mile
LT. FLYNN MEMORIAL WOD – SATURDAY 9.22.18
Please join us at the Cove as we band together to support fallen fireman, Lt. Nathan Flynn. Lt. Flynn passed away in the Line of Duty on the morning of July 23, 2018, while operating as the “lineman” on Engine 101. He is survived by his wife, Celeste, and five children. He was a 13 year member of Howard County Fire & Rescue (Maryland).
We are honored to be joined by Allan H. Kittleman, Howard County Executive and Howard County Outgoing Fire Chief Butler. They will kick off the event at 9am by saying a few words and reminding us of the importance of coming together as a community at times like this. We are honored to host this event to reflect on the sacrifices made by Lt. Flynn and all the brave men and women who work to keep us safe.
There is a GoFundMe page set up, and is being run by Howard County Professional Firefighters – IAFF Local 2000. We ask that in addition to the WOD, you support his family. A donation, no matter how big or small, is greatly appreciated. The GoFundMe page link can be found here:
RSVP FOR THE EVENT HERE
4th ANNUAL CLASH AT THE COVE – SATURDAY 10.6.18
On Saturday, October 6th we will be hosting our FOURTH ANNUAL CLASH AT THE COVE. The event typically runs from 9am – 2pm, so make sure you plan your weekend accordingly. For those of you who have never done a competition before (or don’t know what an in-house competition is), it is a FRIENDLY and FUN competition and open only to members of the Cove.
The competition is for EVERYBODY in the gym, literally EVERYBODY!!!!
If you aren’t convinced that you can do this event AND have a great time you can still participate as a spectator or volunteer. We will take all the help we can get and we will be in need of judges and equipment managers! Non-members and family are welcome to come and cheer everyone on too! We plan to make a day out of it and include grilling and potluck get together after the workouts are complete.
If you’ve never done one before, you MUST consider signing up for the Clash at the Cove as it a fun and easy way to challenge yourself in a new way. If you are uncertain about competing or are deciding between the various divisions, please just talk to us. We promise we will steer you in the right direction!
This year we are excited to mix things up and do a TEAM competition with MALE/FEMALE PAIRINGS!
HOW IT WORKS:
- Sign up at the White Boards at the front of the gym by putting your name on the division in which you want to join
- We will assign you a partner in your same division (but opposite gender)
- Teams will be two-person/mixed gender
- Teams will be announced on September 24th, so you MUST sign up by the 20th!
- And, of course, they will be announced via a must-see Facebook Live event (as well as published on the blog and on the White Board)
Our goal is to make this a FUN competition that will foster great community. TRUST US that while this format is slightly different to what you might be used to, we WILL make this a competition to remember!
In order to select which division is right for you, we have developed some ‘division standards’ as guidance. The weights listed should be “working weight”, meaning you should be able to perform 4-6 reps (not necessarily unbroken) for each of the movements below. It does not mean these movements will appear in the workouts, rather it is to help you judge your own individual capacity vs. the load demands of the two divisions. Also understand that you will be paired with a teammate so if a particular movement is a challenge for you then you will be able to lean in your teammate to help you out. It’s part of the fun of a team competition.
Clean and Jerk 95/65
Box Jumps 24/20 (step ups allowed)
Jumping Pull Ups
Knees to Waist
Clean and Jerk 155/105
Box Jumps 24/20 (no step ups allowed)
Chest to Bar Pull Ups
Toes 2 Bar
So, put your name up on that sign-up board. We want to see those things FULL!
10 Rounds for Time:
15 Pull ups
*1 partner is running a 400 M run while the other is working on the rounds*
*25 min Time Cap
-DB thrusters or BB thrusters from rack
-15 ring rows
-Sub 15 cal bike for 400m run
Coach’s Tip: A beast of a partner WOD on Tap today. This should be heavy enough that you are not doing 15 unbroken. 10 Rounds of the work is divided up however the team wants. One person runs and the other chips away at the rounds. Then they pass the work off to the runner when they come in.
Katie G. is consistency and persistency personified! This regular nooner puts in the work every day and we love having her!