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Thursday 2016.09.29

Level 1


Front Squat


5×5 Front Squat


5 Rounds for Time:
200m Run
3:00 Rest

Level 2

‘2010 CrossFit Games NY/NJ Sectionals Event 2’

For Time:
10 Front Squats, 155/105#
20 Double-Unders
8 Front Squats
30 Double-Unders
6 Front Squats
40 Double-Unders
4 Front Squats
50 Double-Unders
2 Front Squats
60 Double-Unders


Starting Monday October 3rd: New CrossFit Levels!

We're excited to announce a brand new initiative for October: skill and strength levels for our CrossFit athletes! Our new Level 3, Level 4, and Level 5 skill and strength standards will provide a yardstick by which you will be able to measure your athletic progress, and identify areas most in need of improvement.

Friday October 7th: The Meat Hook Workout + Feast!

You are cordially invited to a workout + meaty social / celebration of glorious fall workout weather, and the end of the Whole30 challenge!

Starting Monday October 3rd: Weekday Class Schedule Changes

Beginning Monday, October 3rd, we will be amending our 8am and 8:30pm Level 2, and Competition class schedule. Please read on for the new schedule!

Sunday October 16th: The Virtuosity Games!

We're excited to announce the second annual Virtuosity Games! On Sunday, October 16th we'll be throwing an in-house team competition for YOU: all Level 2 athletes are encouraged to participate. No prior competition experience is required!

Tuesday September 6th: 2016 Back To School Paleo Challenge

It's the end of summer drinking season: time to get back in the paleo swing of things with our Back To School Whole30 Paleo Challenge!  We're tossing the sugar, grains, and alcohol for 30 days of clean livin' during the month of September -- join us!


On The Platforms with Ariel Fernandez

In between his clean and jerks, I ask Ariel how much longer he needs before our interview. "Now is fine," he says, loading 10-lb plates on each side of the bar. I tell him I can't interrupt. "No, no, no, not a problem," he says, "I could use the company." The 12:30 class has just finished, and on this day, one of the muggiest of the summer, we're alone. Ariel already worked out in the morning, and I watch as he grips the bar, 155 pounds, hoists it to his hips, whips it up to his shoulders, squats, and then presses it above his head.

When the weight's back on the ground, I ask him what program he's doing. "I guess I'm always training for the Games," he says a little sheepishly, walking toward the stacks of rubber plates. "Which means I have to train what I'm worst at.