Strength:

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Snatch 1-1-1-1-1-1-1

WOD:
5 Rounds
40 Double Unders
15 OHS (95/65)
3 Rope Climbs


Reminder:  There will be no regularly scheduled classes tomorrow!  Please consider participating in the Fight Club WOD Fundraiser!

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Tomorrow!!!  

Grab a friend and join us at Ultimate CrossFit on Saturday, April 28th as we battle through a partner WOD together to raise money and awareness to Fight leukemia and lymphoma.

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Fight Club WOD is a partner WOD:
1000m Row
50 Thrusters (95/65)
400m Slam Ball Run (30/20)
100 Pull-ups
400m Slam Ball Run (30/20)
100 KB Swings (1.5/1)
50 Burpees

We will be running heats at 830am, 930am and 1030am on Saturday the 28th.

Note: There will be no regularly scheduled classes on this day though Open Gym
will be available from 8am-close on this day.

The cost to participate is $49 per person and includes a FIGHT CLUB WOD
tee-shirt. 100% of the proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.

To sign up please click the link below to select your heat time:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc_Rm2BaOkdTQ3FPKhsxmtWu5EVh6LK_XZ_nKst0rn4eLzt0w/viewform

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In support of our CMPD, there is another fundraising event coming up in a couple of weeks, check it out and support if you can!

Siblings Chris and Nicole Schieb were headed to Carowinds for some family fun Thursday night, when they were struck by a drunk driver. Nicole, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department 911 operator, was killed in the crash. Her 11-year-old niece (the daughter of Officer Chris Schieb) was critically injured.
 
Nicole, a single mother, leaves behind a 3-year-old son named Parker. She served the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community as a telecommunicator for nearly 6 years.
 
CMPD Officer Chris Schieb has been with the police department for more than a decade. His daughter, Ashley, is in the pediatric intensive care unit with very serious injuries. Chris’s son, 6-year-old Logan, was not with the family (Thank God!) because he isn’t tall enough for the big rides at Carowinds. Chris and his wife were not seriously injured in the crash.
 
In addition to his full-time duties as a police officer, Chris regularly works off-duty assignments to help support his family. Please keep the Schieb family in your thoughts and prayers during this extremely difficult time.
  
We appreciate anything you can do to give this family of public servants less to worry about during their time of need.

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In an effort to raise money for Schieb’s Family, STAX Charlotte will be hosting a ‘Sweat for Schieb’ event with all the donations going directly to the Schieb Family.

The event is May 19th from 0930-1230hrs
STAX Charlotte 

The cost of the event is a minimum of $10 donation. 

Registration Link:  https://stax.wodify.com/OnlineSalesPortal/ReviewPurchase.aspx?OnlineMembershipId=17791&ClassId=65162884  (it will show up as a free trial)

The registration link is to get a head count/waiver only as the event will be broken down into heats. 

Donations will only be accepted at the door or through the Go Fund Me Account. https://www.gofundme.com/SchiebFamily

The workout of the day is:

Fight Gone Bad

Three Rounds, 1min per station of:
Wall Ball
Sumo Deadlift High Pull
Box Jump
Push Press
Calorie Row
Rest

*modifications/scaling allowed

Check out the Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/237084273516142/