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The 2012 CrossFit Games Open has officially come to a close.  For the past 5 weeks, 66 of our students have competed against nearly 61,000 other CrossFitters from all around the world.  We want you to all know that we are damn proud of what this community has accomplished.  You’ve all come a very long way and to see PRs in nearly every workout is something truly amazing.

We would like to thank you for judging each other accurately and with integrity.  We would also like to thank everyone who came out or stayed back after classes specifically to cheer on and support the competitors as they took on this challenge.  In our NorCal Region, Team 101% finished 38th this year out of 104 teams that started the competition.  Although the team will not be moving on to the next stage of the competition this year, we KNOW it will next year.

With that said, we would like to especially recognize Coach Annie who finished in the top 2% for our region (Annie finished 32nd out of 1513 women).  Coach Annie has successfully secured her spot to move on to the next stage of the competition, Regionals.  Please save your dates for May 18-20 and come support Coach Annie at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds where the NorCal Regional will be held.  Great job Annie!

With the end of the 2012 Open, preparation for 2013 starts now!  Ask yourself these questions as you look forward to improving for next year.
Are you putting in the work inside and outside of the gym?
Are you pushing the intensity?
Are you addressing your weaknesses while maintaining your strengths?                     
Are you 101% committed and willing to do what it takes?

Everyday is a new opportunity, it’s up to you to make the most of it!  Thank you again Team 101%, it was truly a team effort!

Main Group Workout

SEALFIT – “Corey”
200 m run, 20 pull ups
400 m run, 20 pull ups, 50 push ups
800 m run, 20 pull ups, 50 push ups, 75 sit-ups
1 mile run, 20 pull ups, 50 push ups, 75 sit-ups, 100 squats
800 m run, 20 pull ups, 50 push ups, 75 sit-ups
400 m run, 20 pull ups, 50 push ups
200 m sprint

This WOD in memory of Corey Scott Rozell, submitted by his brothers at NMMI:

Born on October 16,1988, in Maine to Tammy Norton, and David A. Rozell.  He was a cadet at New Mexico Military Institute as a sponsored prep for the Coast Guard Academy.  Corey was 22 when he passed February 19, 2011.  Corey was mostly defined by his tattoos.  You couldn’t help but look at the fire and water elements on his arms, or the pin up girls running up his side, and most just gasped when they saw his whole back, the memorial he made for his brother, Jason, who died in 2002.  Corey was loud, muscled, and proud. No matter what, he could put a smile on your face.  He was three years enlisted in the Coast Guard and achieved the rank of Petty Officer Third Class. Corey gave the best name possible for the Coast Guard and all members of the armed forces.  He ate, drank, and now sleeps with Semper Paratus on his mind and in his heart.  Rest in Peace Corey.

Results:
032612 SEALFIT Corey