Fight Gone Bad IVWhen:10am, 2pm, 5pmÂ Saturday, September 26thWhere:SinCity CrossFit, 956 wigwam pkwy #100, Henderson, Nv 89014What:A fundraiser and workout event, benefiting the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and the Wounded Warrior Project, with food, drinks, and awardsHow do I participate?Easy, just commit to doing the Fight Gone Bad workout with us on September 26th and start collecting donations!Â Follow these steps below:
- Go to the Fight Gone Bad IV website to register as an athlete:
- Either click â€œRegisterâ€ from the FGB4 homepage or click this direct link
- Select â€œJoin Existing Teamâ€->Nevada->SinCityCrossFit
- Fill out the rest and youâ€™re ready to go!
- Email friends, family, and coworkers letting them know that youâ€™ve stepped up and committed to do a brutal workout for charity.Â Weâ€™re competing with every other CrossFit to raise as much as possible.Â Raise $150 and the FGB4 organization will send you a shirt!
Show up at 10am, 2pm, 5pmÂ on September 26 ready to hit Fight Gone Bad hard with your friends at SCCF!Â Weâ€™ll have some post workout recovery food, drinks, and prizes for the top performer in the workout, as well as the top fundraiser!Still have questions?Â See belowâ€¦What is Fight Gone Bad?Quite simply, Fight Gone Bad is a workout, designed to mimic the time and duress of a mixed martial arts bout.Â There are 5 stations, and athletes spend one minute at each station, getting as many reps at that station as possible, and move on to the next one with no rest in between.Â After each station is visited (5 minutes in), there is 1 minute of rest.Â This cycle is completed 3 times total.Â The 5 stations are:
- Wallball: 20lb/10ft for men, 16lb/8ft for women
- Sumo deadlift high-pull: 75lb for men, 55lb for women
- Box Jump: 20â€³
- Push Press: 75lb for men, 55lb for women
- Row: Calories
Like every CrossFit workout, these are the prescribed weights, but they can be scaled to each personâ€™s fitness level.What is the Fight Gone Bad Fundraiser?Started just 3 years ago, the Fight Gone Bad Fundraiser has raised over $1 million to date for The Prostate Cancer Foundation, and The Wounded Warrior Project.Â Basically, CrossFit gyms across the nation all host the Fight Gone Bad workout on September 26th, and all of the participants in the workout generate donations for their team leading up to the event.Â The goal this year is to raise $1 million.Iâ€™m not a member of SCCF and havenâ€™t done CrossFit before, can I still participate?Yes.Â You can still register and be on our team.Â We will go over the workout with you and scale it appropriately as needed.Â Can I just come to spectate?Yes of course.Â Come cheer on our athletes and donate for a great cause.I canâ€™t get to the workout, but want to help!You can still help SinCity CrossFit raise as much money as possible!Â Just Click Here to donate for anyone on our team, and help two great causes!Â Â Type in SinCity CrossFit and hit search.Â The names of the athletes participating will show up andÂ you can pick which ones you want to support.Â You can even register yourself and donate, whether you are doing the workout or not.Â If you want to come but not work out, spectators and helpers are always welcome!Â