Aug 10th & 11th – Nevada Police & Fire Games

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***PLEASE RESPOND TO THE EMAIL RECEIPT AFTER PURCHASE WITH DIVISION AND VEST COLOR ASAP!  (They come in black, olive green, or desert brown)***


Event 3 Details –
-Athletes will a designated lifting area with a pair of 25s, 15s, 10s, 5s, 2.5s, and four 45s.
-They may begin with their bar loaded
-The first rep may be a squat clean
-they will go down below parallel and back up to full extension on every rep
-If the bar drops from the front rack position, the set is over
-releasing your hands from the bar is acceptable, it just has to stay on shoulders
-They may attempt as many times as they want within the 3 minutes
-THERE WILL BE A 15 REP MINIMUM!
-Scoring –
athlete 1 completes 100lb x 20, score = 2000
athlete 2 completes 120lb x 16, score = 1,920
athlete 3 completes 135lb x 14, score = 0

SinCity CrossFit is hosting a Fitness Challenge in the 42nd Annual Nevada Police and Fire Games on August 10 & 11th, 2018. The Nevada Police and Fire(NPAF) Games is a non-profit organization that promotes competition with police and fire personnel. Once again we are inviting civilians (non policeman/fireman) to compete alongside the policeman and fireman!
The Nevada Police & Fire Games purpose is to provide various sports to help law enforcement and firefighter personnel to participate on a state level within their respective communities, through the development of physical and mental fitness, to promote good will and camaraderie among the players, to develop friendships through the years that will serve them in both their professional and personal lives.
What better way to achieve all of these things, than with a CrossFit competition!? CrossFit is the sport of fitness. Gymnastics, weightlifting, power lifting, plyometrics, running, rowing and all functional movements are part of CrossFit. We want to crown the fittest police/fire man and woman in Nevada!
The competition will consist of 5 scored events over the course of 2 days, testing their strength, speed, cardio, stamina, accuracy, agility, balance, coordination, power, and flexibility; and testing their workout capacity in different time domains. At the end of the day the competitor that performed best in all 5 events will be the winner! Only the top 32 athletes will get to complete workout #5.
There will be medals awarded for the top 3 in each division plus additional prizes as well! What better way to support these public service members that protect and serve our community every day, than to compete alongside them and push them to be the fittest they can be!
-There will be 3 options for civilian registration:

1)  Standard Registration = $99. This includes a Condor Sentry Plate Carrier (weight vest) with a Custom PnF Games Patch as well as a custom Nevada Police n Fire Games Pint Glass.

2)  Registration + Shirt = $119.  This includes everything in the standard registration along with a commemorative Nevada Police & Fire Games T shirt!

3)  Registration + Shirt + Plates = $149.    Everything included in the standard registration with the addition of the commemorative Police and Fire Games shirt + 2 custom metal vest plates for your Condor Plate Carrier! 

-There will also be an option for LEO and Firefighters to purchase the special edition Condor Sentry Plate Carriers with custom Nevada Police and fire games Patch 

4) LEO or FF (Vest only) = $49

– There will be 12 divisions:
Men’s Rx – Male Civilians
Women’s Rx – Female Civilians
Men’s Scaled – Male Civilians that can’t complete all Rxd movements
Women’s Scaled – Female Civilians that can’t complete all Rx movements
Masters Men – Male Civilians 40 years or older
Masters Women – Female Civilians 40 years or older

Registration is limited to 150 total spots, so be sure to register as soon as possible! Workouts for each division will be released in the coming weeks. If you register for one division, you can later decide to switch to another, once the workouts are released.

The following is a list of movements that athletes should be able to perform in a workout. The weights listed are the heaviest that might be used in the workouts. All athletes that register will receive an email to confirm your division and shirt size for the event!

Rxd Men/Women –
Front squat – 185/125lbs
Overhead squat– 155/115lbs
Deadlift – 275/185lbs
Power Snatch – 135/95
Clean and Jerk – 185/125lbs
Sumo deadlift high pull – 115/75lbs
Sandbag Clean – 150/90lbs
DB snatch – 50/35lbs
Kb swing – 70/53lbs
Chest to bar pull-ups
Toes to bar
Rope climbs
Box jumps, 30/24”
Handstand pushups
double unders

Masters and Scaled Men/Women –
Front squat – 115/75lbs
Overhead squat – 95/65lbs
Deadlift – 185/125lbs
Power Snatch – 95/65
Clean and Jerk – 135/95lbs
Sumo deadlift high pull – 75/55lbs
Db snatch – 35/25lbs
Kb swing – 53/35lbs
pull-ups
hanging knee raise
Box jumps or step ups, 24/20”
single jump ropes
handstand pushup with 2inch riser

July 22, 2018 – David Vanbuskirk Hero WOD Fundraiser

At our gym we regularly do hero workouts to honor those crossfitters in the military, firefighters, and police officers who were killed in the line of duty. On Sunday July 22 will be hosting a special Hero workout for one of our friends, David VanBuskirk. He was a member at SinCity CrossFit South and he loved CrossFit. He liked every kind of workout, and was always the nicest most humble guy at the gym. David was a true Hero; serving our community, going on hundreds of rescue missions, and giving the ultimate sacrifice doing what he loved, saving lives.

Officer David Vanbuskirk died July 22, 2013, during a nighttime air rescue mission in Las Vegas, NV. The DVB crossfit hero workout was created in honor of Dave. This year four gyms in the valley will host the event to raise funds for the non profit Friends of Air Support and Search and Rescue. The funds raised will assist full time officers in attending national and international symposiums and conventions that often go unpaid by the department. These seminars are invaluable in networking with other professionals in the business who are sharing information on accidents and lessons learned. Safety standards and techniques are ever changing in the industry and the rescue community benefits greatly when learning from others’ experience.

This year marks the 5th anniversary of our tragic loss. There will be a limited amount of participation entries for the 9AM start time, however several gyms have expressed interest in doing other start times. Please inquire with your selected gym for further information. The entry is $30 per person and includes an event t-shirt. The ability to donate or purchase t-shirts only is also available. Thank you to all the gyms and Las Vegas community for supporting the LVMPD SAR family!  

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“DVB”

(This workout may be completed in a team of 2)
For time:
1 mile run with ball, 20/14lb
Then, 8 rounds of:
10 wallball, 20/14lb
1 rope climb
800m run with ball, 20/14lb
Then, 4 rounds of:
10 wallball, 20/14lb
1 rope climb
400m run with ball, 20/14lb
Then, 2 rounds of:
10 wallball, 20/14lb
1 rope climb
Post time to beyond the whiteboard.
Officer David Vanbuskirk, 36, of Henderson, Nevada, was killed on July 23, 2013, when he fell during a nighttime aerial rescue mission in Las Vegas, Nevada. Vanbuskirk had been employed with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department since 1999 and joined the elite Search and Rescue Team in 2007. Vanbuskirk is survived by his wife, Adriana; sisters, Tana and Jenny; and mother, Pat. He is preceded in death by his father, Red; and brother; Michael.