World Class Training Gym Ohio

Labor Day!!!
4 person team WOD (2 men and 2 women)

-Minefield Warm-up

AMRAP 10 Minutes (more warm-up)
-2 x 2 around the circle burpee to box jump onto monster tire
-1 monster tire lift (ground to overhead)

Rest then the WOD:

For time: “Team Becky” (based on Becky tribute WOD)
-800 meter run
-60 Snatches 95/65
-4 rope climb each to 15’
-400 meter run
-60 Cleans 95/65
-4 rope climb each to 15’
-200 meter run
-60 back squats 95/65
-4 rope climb each to 15’
-400 meter run
-60 push ups
-4 rope climb each to 15’
-800 meter run
-60 pull ups
-4 rope climb each to 15’

*Only 1 athlete works at a time to complete all of the work listed. The run will be completed as a Team and scale options will be available.

The CrossFit community lost one of its own recently to a tragic culprit: suicide. Becky Sefscik passed away on Monday, August 31, 2015 after deciding to take her own life. This is very sad.
The point of this post is not to judge Becky, but to be real, try to honor her, and hopefully help others.
Becky was a Navy veteran and suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. She was a coach at CrossFit The Tracks in Erlanger, KY and according to her CrossFit Games page could do Grace in 1:45 (Wow!!).
Those close to her say she was really good at hiding her pain. Everyone knew she had some struggles like we all do in everyday life, but no one realized the depth of her pain. She had many close friends in and out of the gym and all of them are in disbelief.*
CrossFit The Tracks is performing a WOD this Monday on Labor Day in her honor and is encouraging other boxes to do the same. This is a WOD that Becky herself programmed back in July 2014 when another coach was out on vacation and came to be known at their box as “Why Becky Why?” After co-worker Matt Plapp performed the workout, he said to Becky, “you’re not coaching the next class, you’re doing this crazy WOD!” Which she did and crushed it.

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