CLASH AT THE COVE EVENT DETAILS!
On Saturday, October 7th we will be hosting our THIRD 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! 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. We know many of you already have competition ‘fever’ as we have several teams signed up for the Charm City Throwdown. But 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! The last two years have done an ‘individual’ competition, but this year we are excited to mix things up and do a TEAM competition! Yep, we’re doing same sex teams of two for the Third Annual Clash at the Cove! HOW IT WORKS:
- Sign up at the White Board 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 (AND same gender)
- Teams will be two-person/same gender
- Teams will be announced on September 25th, so you MUST sign up by the 22nd!
- 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)
10-12 Strict Chin Ups 10-12 Ring Dips
21-15-9 Power Clean Bar Facing Burpee Fitness: 95/65 Performance: 135/95 Open: 135/95 Coach’s Tip: Keeping a good steady pace is the way to go for this workout. You should not be taking long breaks and the barbell should be a weight you can go in big sets from the start.