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OUT-FIT Manhattan | "Barbells Only" Workout 5.11.19

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OUT-FIT "Barbells Only" Workout
Does your perfect workout consist of only barbell movements? If your answer is yes, then this workout is for you! Join us at CrossFit NYC Upper West Side for our first “Barbells Only” workout. This is your chance to find a new PR, push your limits and meet some great Proud athletes along the way!

Everyone is welcome to join us as long as you are comfortable with the movements as listed in the two workouts listed below: 

Workout #1 (Partner Workout) 
“You Got This”
For Max Combined Weight (Heaviest set of each partner)
In a shared 8 Minute clock, each partner finds a 3RM Overhead Squat from the floor

Workout #2 (Partner Workout)
“Double Isabell”
For Time:
Partner 1: 30 Power Snatches 
As soon as pt1 finishes, pt2 begins
Partner 2: 30 Power Snatches 

Individual Time Cap: 5 Minutes

Weights: Each partner will use 60% of their 3RM from event #1. 

Example: 
Athlete #1 finds an OHS 3RM of 225lbs. Their Isabell weight will be 135lbs (60% of 225)

Date: Saturday, May 11th
Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: Crossfit NYC Upper West Side
Coaches: Mark Fucik
Price: $25 for Non-CFNYC Members
Format: Teams of Two (created at the event)
Post Event Social: A group will be heading to Sheep Meadow in Central Park for some fun and sun! 

Registration opens up on Sat, May 4th at 3:00pm. Click Here to register 

All athletes from the NYC area are welcome to join us, though for the safety of everyone proficiency in the Clean and Jerk and Power Snatch is required. Don't have a partner? No worries, we will partner you up at the event!  

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If you have any questions feel free to email Coach Todd – Todd@out-fit.org

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