United for Youth - Fight Gone Bad This Saturday!

We are very excited for this Saturday's fundraiser "United for Youth" benefiting the Westside Athletes Association - the new non-profit organization born from the awesome creative minds of United Barbell members. Remember, this event is both open to UBers and non UBers.  Not to mention it will be hosted at other gyms across the Bay Area!  Pretty awesome!

THE CAUSE

Westside Athletes Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of at-risk teenagers by providing CrossFit scholarships and support in cultivating healthy lifestyle habits.

THE WOD

For those of you who have not yet had the joy of experiencing a Fight Gone Bad workout. Here is what you will be conquering:

Fight Gone Bad

3 rounds:
AMRepsAP in 1 minute: 
- Wall-balls (20# | 14#)
- Sumo Deadlift high-pulls (75# | 55#) 
- Box Jumps (20")
- Push Press (75# | 55#) 
- Row (Cals)
- 1 minute rest between rounds
Scored by the collective rep total from all three rounds.

THE DAY

This will be United Barbell's first event open to the public! That said, this day will run a little different than it has in the past. There will be no regular classes. Athletes will check in at 8am, be briefed at 8:30am, and the first heat beginning at 9am and the last heat at 1pm. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 male and female competitors at the end of the day.

We are requesting all participants raise at least $50 dollars (and will receive a shirt as a thank you). Another prize (TBA) will be given to individuals raising at least $500. There will also be a prize for the top fundraising individual, as well as the top fundraising gym, so let's show UB's pride and get after it!  To start your fundraising efforts, check out the fundly page, select "join this team", and then click "become a fundraiser."

Westside Athletes and UB are looking for volunteers to help judge the event and keep our first public event as smooth as possible - please give me a shout out or post to the comments if you are interested.