When you feel like you have nothing left inside, 𝓓𝓲𝓰 𝓭𝓮𝓮𝓹𝓮𝓻
The Gymnastics Course (formerly CrossFit Gymnastics) is coming BACK TO LOUISVILLE on APRIL 18 & 19 •••
It’s a 2-day course where you’ll learn practical skills and methods to improve your understanding of gymnastics movements and principles. •••
Great for coaches or anyone who trains themselves or others to increase strength development, core control, and spatial awareness.
For more information on this CrossFit Preferred seminar, including the daily schedule and cost, check the link in our bio.
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Perform the work in the order written. Break up the work between partners as needed. One partner works at a time. Every 5 minutes, stop to perform 7 push-ups, then continue where you left off.
As originally written, the Push-Ups are to be performed every 294 seconds (4 minutes and 54 seconds). To make the workout more accessible we changed it to 5 minutes, but if you have a timer that will alert you every 294 seconds, use it.
This hero workout is dedicated to Detective Deidre Irene Mengedoht, of the Louisville Metro Police Department, who was killed when her patrol car was struck by an impaired driver while conducting a traffic stop on I-64 on December 24, 2018.
This workout was designed by Coach Meg McNamara of Fern Creek CrossFit @ferncreekcrossfit (Louisville, Kentucky, USA).
According to Lindsey of Fern Creek CrossFit, Meg created “Car 294” after a number of Fern Creek’s members were deeply affected by this tragedy. This is their way of honoring Det. Mengehodt and paying tribute to her memory.
As Lindsey writes:
“The rep scheme of the workout symbolizes
Car 294 – her police car number.
18 – The year of death was 2018.
24 – The day killed, December 24th.
12 – The month killed, December (12).
32 – Detective Deidre’s age, 32 years old.
31 – Laid to rest on Dec. 31st.
*We pause every 294 seconds (her police car number) to do 7 push ups (years of service)”
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Our Kathy getting her rehab on!! #Repost @prorehablou with @make_repost
Kathleen is a 71yr old CrossFit athlete working to get back into some overhead lifting!! In the words of Kathleen, “Gotta keep moving and strong for the grandkids!” “Even the grim reaper has trouble hitting a moving target!” #crossfit #prorehablou #nevertooold #noexcuses #ferncreekcrossfit @drail0220