Workout of the Day
Push Jerk (5x2)
Metcon: Tabata Row
8 Rounds for Total Calories:
Ladies Night: "When Karen Met Helen"
5 Rounds For Time:
30 Unbroken Wall Ball Shots, 20/14# to 10/9'
If you break a set of 30 wall ball shots, you must perform:
10 Kettlebell Swings, 24/16kg
Wednesday is Ladies’ Night, but that doesn’t mean men aren’t invited! Everyone’s welcome to come down and test their luck with one of CrossFit’s special “Girls”. The Girl workouts are benchmarks which we use to test our athletes and measure our results against other CrossFitters around the world. Why girl names? Coach Glassman says, “Anything that leaves you flat on your back looking up at the sky asking ‘WTF happened to me?’ deserves a female name.” Adjust your expectations accordingly!
Our Friday class schedule will change to summer hours beginning Friday, July 8th. This new Friday schedule moves all classes back one hour.
Every Sunday in August we’ll be participating in the 6th annual NYC Subway Series. Join Team Virtuosity for any or all of the four events as we attempt to win the Series for the fifth time!
There probably won’t be as much drama as on 90210, but who doesn’t love an event at the After Dark? There may even be pie! Join us for an evening of fun & raffles, guest bartenders and well, making a difference. All proceeds benefit Steve’s Club NYC Scholarship Fund for youth athletes at the 2nd Annual BBC Youth Camp.
We’re throwing a weightlifting party and you’re invited! Stop by over the weekend of August 27th-28th to support our lifting team as they throw huge amounts of weight over their heads, help raise money for our youth athletic program, and check out the awesome food, drinks, merchandise, and entertainment at our family friendly street fair!
We’ll be running Fight Gone Bad for Labor Day! This workout is a CrossFit classic — if you’ve tried it before you know how special it is; if you haven’t, don’t miss your chance!
We’re excited to announce our second coaching course of 2016! This course is designed to teach you the fundamentals of coaching one-on-one, small groups, and finally larger groups. If you’ve ever wanted to peek behind the curtain and see what it takes to be a Virtuosity coach, this course is for you! If you’re interested in coaching as a career, this is an excellent first step towards that goal.
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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.