864 STRENGTH + CONDITIONING – Gunny’s Blog / Friday 06.19.2020

864 Strength + Conditioning – Support YOUR Community. Support YOUR Country. Support YOUR 864 Crew.

Get wisdom; get insight; do not forget, and do not turn away from the words of my mouth.  
-Proverbs 4:5

“Common sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge 


“For where two or three are gathered together in my name, I am there among them.”  
-Jesus (Matthew 18:20)

There is Power in Prayer! Please pray for peace and healing in our land.

How can we help you be a better “you” today?

Today’s gym schedule: 5:15a.m./4:15p.m./5:15p.m./6:15p.m./The number in each group is limited so please make sure that you are signed up. Please don’t just show up if you aren’t signed up. This includes the Saturday morning workout. 

ALL groups will be limited in size and will based on sign up for each group. Sign up will be done through email only at info@crossfit864.com
Thank you for your consideration and understanding. Please check the 864 site daily for updates and information. Look forward to seeing you today!

PLEASE make sure that you are signed up for the group (all groups) before you just show up. Email to get signed up – info@crossfit864.com

Constantly Varied

Smile – It’s Friday!

864 Strength + Conditioning WOD – The Daily Grind / Daily workout could vary throughout the day.

Buy In – starts as a group.

Five RFT:

5 Box Jumps
10 G2OH
15 Goblet Squats

RX – BOX 24/20. G2OH 135/95. Goblet Squat Load 32kg./24kg.

A Squat above Parallel is NOT a Squat.

If you are looking for a good jump rope – check out Mute Sports Equipment. You can order a custom sized jump rope online. Contact Tim or Laura with questions.

Check your pride and ego when making the decision on RX or Scaled. Base your decision on strength and skill level not on what someone else is doing. Focus on your own training.
You are either IN or OUT – there is no in between.

On this day in history –June 19, 2000 – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a group prayer led by students at public-school football games violated the 1st Amendment’s principle that called for the separation of church and state.

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Train Hard. Train Smart.

Jay and Janice