IMG_8497Here’s the class reaction when 14.4 was announced! I’d say they are excited! Good thing we rowed for calories yesterday!

Today’s Workout:
14.4 see standards here

Complete as many rounds and repetitions as possible in 14 minutes of:
60-calorie row
50 toes-to-bars
40 wall-ball shots, 20/14 lb. to 10/9-foot target
30 cleans, 135/95 lb.
20 muscle-ups

Congratulations to our Nutrition Challenge Winners Tal, Donna W, JJ, and Rob D!  The top four winners had around less than 2.5 months CrossFit experience.  The top 2 worked out at BCF about 14x during the challenge.  Where 3rd and 4th worked out at BCF 23x during the challenge. If you’d like to see your rankings please email Congrats to everyone who participated!

Team Statistics.

Team Whole 30:
Finishing Team size: 11 (19 started) Males: 8  Females: 3
Team average age: 36
Team average membership length at the end of challenge: 10 months
Team Average attendance during challenge:  18 Classes at BCF
Team average points:  57.09
Team Average fat mass before:  26.97%
Team average fat mass after:  27.85%
Team average fat mass decrease of : 4.44%
Team Average muscle mass gain: 2.41%

Team Isagenix:
Finishing Team size: 7 (11started) Males: 2  Females:  5
Team average age: 39
Team average membership length at the end of challenge:  32 Months (2 years  8 months)
Team average attendance during challenge:  13 Trips to BCF
Team Average points:  56.86
Team Average fat mass before:  33.63%
Team average fat mass after:  30.49%
Team average fat mass decrease of : 10.47%
Team Average muscle mass gain:  4.58%



Posted under: 2012 CrossFit Open, Competetions, Nutrition, Other, Other Benchmarks, Our Athletes, Workout of the Day


  • sarah on March 21, 2014 at 3:38 am said:

    Huge congratulations to Donna & JJ! (I don’t know the others). I know they worked really hard and have learnt so much. Great effort and keep it up!!!

  • Leslie on March 21, 2014 at 8:09 pm said:

    Congratulations to the winners! All of them were on the Whole30 and made fantastic changes to their nutrition and lifestyle choices. You all are wonderful great examples of hard work and discipline. Keep up the good work!