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Saturday
Oct192013

Fight Gone Bad 2013

Three rounds of:
Wall-Ball Shots 20lb-10'/14lb-9'
Sumo deadlift high-pull,
75lbs/55lbs/35lbs
Box Jumps, 20"
Push-press, 75lbs/55lbs/35lbs
Row

In this workout you move from each of five stations after a minute.The clock does not reset or stop between exercises. This is a five-minute round from which a one-minute break is allowed before repeating. On call of "rotate", the athletes must move to next station immediately for best score. One point is given for each rep, except on the rower where each calorie is one point.

Add your points and post them to comments.

Today's event cumulates our fundraising push for The Brooklyn Community Foundation

Fight Gone Bad Today!

Today is the day!  To check details about the movement standards and flow of the day, please look back to yesterday's post. We're also excited to announce that there will be a Mike & Willie's taco truck in front of the gym from 10:30am-2:30 and... free beer provided by the gym. Friends, family and well wishers are all welcome at the gym. Please note that bike parking might be tight on Degraw, plan accordingly!

8:30am Gym Opens
9:00-2:00 Fight Gone Bad Heats
2:15 Awards Ceremonies
Afterwards some folks will trek to Draft Barn on 3rd between 12th and 13th for some food and (probably more) beer.

Fundraising totals

TEAM CFSBK: $38,955
Plus BCF Board Match: $71,865


Top Individuals
1. Matt Chmielecki $2,975
2. Erik Berndt $1,240
3. Asta Fivgas $1,225
4. Robyn O'brien $1,195
5. Janelle Rooks $1,110
6. Nolan Gretzinger $1,090
7. David Osorio $940
8. Lauren Borducci $865
9. Whitney Bernstein $800
10. Richard Greenspan $790

Top Teams
1. Who Pood-ed? $4,075
2. Twerking Sensations $2,945
3. Free Range Meat-Heads $2,880
4. Saved By The Balls $2,417
5. 99 Problems but this WOD aint one $2,375
6. The Metconquerors $1,965
7. Dim Sum Express $1,680
8. Dante Deblasio's Hair Stylists $1,625
9. Snatch, Clean and Twerk $1,590
10. Wolfpack $1,501

To see the full list, click here!

Thank you to our sponsors

We're able to give out some awesome prizes to our event leaders today due to the generosity of the following sponsors:

Spartan Race, Greenwich Jewlers, Brooklyn Boulders, Dinosaur BBQ, O+M  Co., Ho Brah Taco, The Left Bank, The Hess Collection, Functional Rehab, Yogapeel, KH Pilates, Inka Massage, lululemon Brooklyn, Ideya Bistro, Mission Dolores, Glorietta Baldy, BEYLER & TÜRK

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Reader Comments (23)

tacos!!!!! a space on the leader board i might actually have a shot at.

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterariel c

Go git 'em today FGBers!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDeb

wish we were there!!! have a mega day!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMcGrath

Team Fung like a Horse is down one member due to the flu. If there's anyone out there who can take their place at the last minute, please reply to this post.

Thanks!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle B.

I forgot to mention that our heat is on at noon, and we're judging right after.

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle B.

Very sorry to miss my first FGB, one of the best events of the year at SBK. Have fun, all!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commentermichele

Wish I could be there with you all - this is such a great event! Good luck everyone!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKH

This was my first FGB and it was great!! Thank you to everyone for this great event!! Looking forward to next year.

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlan C

Hey MGMT
Awesome job today putting FGB together!! It ran super smooth.
Wasn't sure if I was supposed to pick up my score sheet or not but would love to have it. I'm kinda organized and like to keep data like that and show my grandkids ( preferably later rather than sooner) how awesome I was back in my 40s. Not even sure what my score was but I'm sure it was better than my last one.
Thanks for a fun Couple of hours!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRobert F.

My first FGB and up to the last second I keep going back and fourth whether to scale or RX!! Push press is a movement we haven't done in a while and sumo dead lifts is something I've never done. So with the encouragement of coach fox and willie telling me I should RX I decided to Give it a shot and super happy that I did! When I finished round 1 I wanted to lay on the ground and cry but with the encouragement of my bad ass judge Becca wolf and telling me to just keep taking long breaths I was able to keep going! Thank you Becca your the best!! I also want to say crossfitsouthbrooklyn you guys did an awesome job! Coaches, management and the community you totally rock!!!


P.S I also would like my score sheet if possible

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNancy

Fight gone bad was pretty awesome, except for my score. 206. 9 wall balls total! Worst possible scenario. They would not go anywhere near the wall. Mike M. was the most amazing judge and his no reps kept me honest and always aware of form.

I'm over my fear of "competing" and can't wait to do it again. I learned some things that I hope I can apply the next time: 1. Practice the movements until I feel competent. I was counting on things clicking when the clock started, which didn't happen. 2. Don't workout everyday beforehand. 3. Don't keep phone/computer on hand when sleep doesn't come immediately.

I was more nervous for fgb on Thursday. I was really excited this morning and I wish I could've kept the positivity up post score sheet reveal. It's all in the name of fun and fundraising, and it was a really great day! I have a whole year to get better!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterCrystal

I seriously wanted to die right after my team finished. The last time I felt this bad was...oh yeah, right after doing the Paleo challenge capacity test, because I was getting over a cold then too.

But, glad I stuck it out. Always a great day at the gym. I had to cut and run for choir rehearsal, but someone tells me I got 266, which I'm kind of shocked by (in a good way). Thanks Lauren for being the most encouraging judge ever!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterStella

Scorecards can be picked up at the Front Desk.

My score was 242 which I was pleased with. I haven't done a conventional FGB in several years and this was a welcome return. Started at Wall Balls which was amazeballs. Best starting position possible IMO. My best FGB moment was getting 28 unbroken WB shots in my first round and thinking it felt EASY. Then I turned around and my heart caught up to my effort. Overall a great day, but that's a given, right?

October 19, 2013 | Registered CommenterDavid Osorio

Also I really liked having Teresa next to me. I wasn't aware of what she was doing at any station other than WB but she keep my pace in rounds 2 and 3.

October 19, 2013 | Registered CommenterDavid Osorio

Today was my first time doing FGB, and this was definitely the time and place to do it: what a crowd. I felt like death after the first two minutes, but I'm happy with my 238, and I'm already kind of excited for next year. Thanks to management for all the beer!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterIan P

Well that was just as hard as I thought it would be, but it was also super fun. I'm glad I went early to get it over with so I could enjoy the rest of the day without the nerves. I'm also glad I got to judge the amazing Jen before I went because I learned some good pointers and she was an awesome judge giving me really good tips along the way. I'm also cracking up about my cameo in the "carnage" video on Instagram.

To all the coaches/management and everyone who made today happen- thank you so much. Pulling off a day like today so seamlessly is really impressive. I can only imagine the amount of logistics, details and organizing that went into the whole event and it went off without a hitch. Another reason why CFSB rocks.

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBreebree

Another great FGB (my 5th) despite my enfeebled state. Big love to all CFSBKers! MMmmmmwah!
See you tomorrow at 8!

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPeter H.

My first FGB. It was sheer torture waiting to be in the last heat. But equally amazing to finish the last heat with everyone screaming! Thanks to everyone for making this day as awesome as it was! And whoever put the Nine Inch Nails on at the start of my heat...I love you! #havemybabies

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLindstar

First FGB. I think I wanted to cry after the first round. Went HAM on the first round and really paid for it through out. Finished with 234 which totally blew my expectations out of the water. Was my first Rx WOD. Started on wall balls because I knew these were a good place to work in major points.(+row at the end) First round was 29 unbroken WB...felt incredible until I grabbed the bar for my SDHP.

My problem was going HAM out the gate and not having enough gas for rounds 2&3. 93/69/69. But, I didn't have a plan. Didn't want a plan. Wanted to just put numbers up, have fun, and not puke.

Took a good hour to not feel like utter shit. Tacos were bomb.com

Well done to all the athletes. You guys are so inspiring. Thank you MGMT for putting together an incredible event

@lindstar = best judge ever

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGracie

This is my 2nd time participating in FGB. It is a great event on so many levels.
It supports important projects, in my favorite place no less,
It offers an opportunity for all to experience a crossfit-style competitive event.
It welcomes family and friends,
It's hard work,
It's fun.

Last year I modified so I was excited to go for it this year. Had a plan going in which kept me focused, and even though it didn't go exactly as planned, I scored 1 point higher than the plan prescribed. 256.

Thanks to David for raising my expectations of myself and thanks to Alan for being an awesome judge.

Couldn't be happier with how the day turned out. Thanks management for all your work to make it possible. There was palpable positive energy flowing from the gym and oozing down Degraw St. in both directions for a good portion of today. Where else does that happen?

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLauren

I'm kind of still speechless and will post properly tomorrow but wanted to tell Rebecca C that I have the Dante's wig. Awesome day.

October 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterCharlie

270 something. Felt awful. Next year start at wall ball and don't be hungover.

October 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFox

MGMT: realized I left my bike at the gym. Will pick It up tomorrow after 730 class. So sorry. Please blame the liters at draft barn.

October 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterShaye

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