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Sunday, March 18, 2018
Rest / News
CF Kids:JV(6-12 years)11:00-11:35
Open Athletes: Please Remember to submit your scores by 7:00 pm tomorrow Monday, March 19
We have a new protein vendor, Ascent Protein and this Friday, March 23 Courtney from Ascent will be in the Box for Friday Night Lights making protein shakes and explaining the products. If you haven’t tried our new protein, come by Friday to spectate and get a taste of the new product.
This coming Saturday, March 24 we will once again be an official host for Workout to Wipeout Domestic Violence. This is CFB's 7th year participating and we are so proud to be a part of this worthy/noble cause. We ask anyone coming into Boot Camp or 18.5 to please bring a $25 donation for A New Direction and Morgan Park Juniors.
Representing our mascots was pretty entertaining this past Friday night. We will have many photos to share shortly. All the folks who represented their mascot have earned a point for their respective teams. The race is tight and we will have totals Tuesday or Wednesday.
Current Standings through 18.3.
Team Unicorn Fury-1454
Team Super Sloth-1558
Team Fighting Pandas-1304
Team Angry Turtles-1444
The race is tight and will stay tight. There are still many opportunities to get your team extra points:
Scoring will consist of earning points based on performance. Points will be awarded on a Ranking system in both Rx and Scaled. So Scaled athletes can earn as many points as Rx athletes thus leveling the playing field for those of you who are new to CFB, have an injury which will prohibit Rx movement, or just need to scale simply because of complexity/degree of difficulty of the prescribed movements any given week. Every team has an opportunity to win no matter what. With the high numbers of participants and team members, the scoring will bounce all over the place thus affording equal opportunity to will the whole shebang!
A part from WOD rank points, we will be offering additional points each week in a range of categories.
Anyone who PRs or gets a first in a Weekly WOD will earn 5 points.
If during any week you have a friend come to watch your Open performance you will get 1 point/5 points if your friend signs up for On-Ramp during the Open.
If your entire team performs the weekly Open WOD that team will get 10 points
If you perform better than last years Open WOD (the repeater) you will earn 5 points
Set your calendar for March 30 for the awards banquet to celebrate all the successes and the presentation of the CFB Affiliate Cup. We will have a BBQ cook-off where recipes will be judged and 10 points will be awarded to the top dish.
Save the Date for the Awards Banquet/BBQ Cookoff. Friday, March 30, 7 pm -??. This will be the last opportunity to win points for your team by bringing a BBQ dish to be judged. At the end of judging, we will tabulate final scores and award the CFB Affiliate Cup to the winning team.
Our friends at Impact Physical Therapy/Chicago Recovery Room are running a CrossFit Games special for their Recovery Room. Compression boots, compression sleeves, Muscle stimulation, Ice Plunge Bath, Ice/Heat packs, Kineseo Tape application and general tune-up for performance enhancement before WODs. 5 visits $75/10 visits $130 (a savings of $5/$7 per visit) Check them out here or give them a call.
The TV will be set up this Thursday evening to watch the live announcement at the Box. All are invited and welcome to hang out and watch the Games athletes then perform the workouts.
Week 5 matchup (March 22): Annie Thorisdottir vs. Sara Sigmundsdottir vs. Katrin Davidsdottir
We would love to get positive "Athlete Testimonials" to post on the new CFB web page. We want to share our community with the neighborhood and surrounding areas and your testimonials are so important in giving people confidence to come through our doors. If you have some free time and have good things to say about your CFB experience, please jot it down. We would love to share it. Thanks in advance.
PARENTS: Please, please keep an eye on your children if you bring them to the box. We understand sitting in the lobby is no fun for them, but this is a safety issue. Barbells come down hard from overhead and cannot be stopped even if a child runs out onto the floor. The staff is not responsible for keeping your children in the lobby area and should not have to police them.
Also, please clean up after your children. The coaches are not babysitters or maids for your kids. If you bring food/drink for your children please be accountable for it before you leave. This request is no different than asking you to put away equipment and should not fall on the staff. We are between two restaurants and we do not want to draw rodents into our space.