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In this workout, participants move through five stations for one minute each. Upon completion of the “round” of exercises, they get a minute rest and go for two more rounds. Scoring is based on the number of repetitions the athletes can complete in each minute (rowing = one point per calorie burned). The workout was given its name by World Ultimate Fighting Champion BJ Penn, who remarked after finishing, “That was just like a fight gone bad.” The stations include:
– Wall-ball: 20-lb. ball, 10-ft. high target
– Sumo dead-lift high-pull: 75 lbs.
– Box Jump: 20-in. box
– Push-press: 75 lbs.
– Row: calories
- Athletes for a Cure (www.athletesforacure.org), a program of the Prostate Cancer Foundation, is a fundraising and awareness program that assists individual athletes in their quest to raise money for better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer. Every dollar raised from the program goes directly to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
- The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s largest philanthropic source of support for prostate cancer research. The PCF has a single, urgent goal: to find better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer. The PCF pursues its mission by reaching out to individuals, corporations and others to harness society’s resources financial and human to fight this deadly disease. www.pcf.org
- Inspired by the difficult stories of the first wounded service members returning home from Afghanistan and Iraq, the Wounded Warrior Project raises awareness about and enlists the public’s aid for the needs of severely injured service people and provides direct programs and services to meet their needs. www.woundedwarriorproject.org