Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Again Faster Goes Public


This Saturday, Again Faster presents our first official seminar. This is a free event, and it's open to everyone who thinks they've got what it takes.

We're going to be at Harvard Stadium at noon. The workout is a spin-off of Murph, the ridiculously difficult Crossfit WOD that involves two miles and six hundred reps of bodyweight exercises.

I call it "Hell in a Horseshoe":

150m sprint
stadium run (down, up)
150m sprint
stadium run
150m sprint
stadium run
150m sprint

5 pullups
10 pushups
15 squats, 20 rounds

150m sprint
stadium run
150m sprint
stadium run
150m sprint
stadium run
150m sprint

This should be a ball-busting good time, and a great introduction to the malestrom of Crossfit. If you're inclined to come, but intimidated by the workout, suck it up!

Just kidding--we'll be scaling the workout by athletic ability. I'll bring three versions of "Hell in a Horseshoe" on Saturday.

If you've been lurking on the website, and you want to come try us out, this is the perfect opportunity. We welcome new folks with open arms--especially if you bring food.

If you're a regular, I'm going to beat you at this. Promise.

The first place finisher will receive a brand-new Again Faster T-shirt, just as soon as I get them from the printer. Apparel is coming soon!

Advocare, a high-quality supplement distributor, will be on hand with water and post-workout recovery drinks for participants. We're going to be going hard, and you'll need every advantage you can get!

RSVP in the comments, or send me an email to save a spot. You can always reach Again Faster by clicking on "Contact Again Faster" in the right-hand sidebar.

Go faster!

2 Comments:

Blogger Josh Roman said...

Sounds like a kick ass time, but unfortunately I'll be in New York on business. I might have to try Hell in a Horseshoe by myself, though!

6/13/2006 06:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Brett said...

Don't skip the AdvoCare Post-Workout Recovery. That stuff makes a HUGE difference on the day after a workout like this one. Good luck!

6/16/2006 09:51:00 PM  

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