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Baseline Challenge this Saturday!

Check in begins at 8:40, and will conclude by 10:30 am. Check-in will include receiving your T-shirt, wristband, and obtaining your scorecard. You must present your score card before you enter your heat. To keep the standards high, each of you will have a judge with you during your entire baseline workout. We are asking all participating athletes to help judge at least one or more of the heats. This is a great opportunity to help your fellow athlete meet all of the standards. We will be briefing everyone on the movement standards before we begin.

Opening remarks will be at 8:50 am, and the first heat will kick off promptly at 9 am!!!
The first four heats will run on 15 minute increments, with a 12 minute time cap per heat. The later heats will run every ten minutes, with an 8 minute time cap per heat. Please RSVP via this email if you have not already! We need an accurate count to assign the heats.We will be setting up an athlete warm-up area in the back parking area. This will allow you guys to warm up and be ready to go in time for your heat.

There will be prizes for first and second place male and female Rx’d scores.


Schedule of Events

  • 8:30-8:50 AM Check in
  • 8:50-9:00 Opening Remarks & Movement Standards Review
  • 9:00-9:12 Heat 1
  • 9:15-9:27 Heat 2
  • 9:30- 9:42 Heat 3
  • 9:45-9:57 Heat 4
  • 10:00- 10:08 Heat 5
  • 10:10-10:18 Heat 6
  • 10:20-10:28 Winners announced!

CF Naples

Friday’s Workout

Strength: Deadlift 1 Rep Max (overhead grip only)



1 minute each: 4 rounds

  • Pullup
  • Ring Row
  • Dip
  • Box Jump

Score: Max Reps per round

Saturday’s Workout

Baseline Challenge this Saturday!

On healing

By: CrossFit Lisbeth

What’s worse than injury? Fear of injury.

An injury will hurt. It will set you back. It might even cripple you, for a while. But the fear of injury can cripple you for far longer.

Injuries happen. In CrossFit. In any sport. In regular life, too. Who hasn’t tripped and fallen in their own house? Cut themselves with a sharp knife making dinner? Maybe, you’ve also torn up your knee on the softball field, or broken your collarbone on a hard crash when you hit a rock and went over your handlebars. And, yes, you’ve probably torn up your hands with too many pull-ups, or maybe tweaked your shoulder with a heavy snatch.

Life, done right, is a contact sport. It hurts and you don’t always come away with the ball and a clear path to the hoop. Sometimes, you find yourself limping off the court for a while. Time to heal and get stronger again. Important healing will need to take place between your ears, also. If you don’t get your mind right after an injury, you will never get your body back to where you were, or beyond that stage.

So, learn from your injury. Be smart. But get over it. What holds most people back is their fear of pain, not the pain itself. It’s a mind game, and they lose. Don’t be most people. Be stronger — in mind and body.

Saturday’s Workout


30 Clean & Jerks for Time (135/95)

-All Donations will go to support Mammograms in Action


-Friends & Family Welcome!

Monday’s Workout

A1.Batwing Rows 5 x 30 second holds (Video Here)
A2. Ring Rows 5 x 8: Rest 1 minutes

Teams of Two-
100sec Hand Stand Holds (one-Gator, two-Gator, three-Gator…)
150 Pushups (hand release)
200 Pistols