Then every minute on the minute for 10 minutes
1 Push press @ 90% of 2 rep max
+ 10 deficit push ups on (2) 45#(35#) plates
Post weight to BTWB.
I posted a blog earlier regarding a charity golf tournament that one of our members is on the board of. The charity tournament is this weekend and there are only a few foursomes open.
Verve member Brandi Thomas is a board member for the Christmas Crusade for Children. Each year the charity puts on a golf tournament that helps raise funds. I know there are a lot of Verve members who golf so we are taking this opportunity to promote the upcoming charity golf tournament on July 18th at Buffalo Run Golf Course. That’s this coming Saturday.
Four person teams with play in a scramble format. What that means is that each person tees off, the next shot is then played from the best lying shot and each person in the group hits from that spot and continues to hit from the best shot until someone holes out. This is great for those of us that don’t have a zero handicap, I’m looking at you Clatterbuck.
Breakfast and lunch are included with the tournament fees. There are prizes for the longest drive and closest to the pin. There will also be 4 Hole in One prize opportunities.
Here’s some information about the Christmas Crusade for Children Charity:
Law enforcement officers nominate children in need. Each officer warrants that he/she has personal knowledge of each child, and agrees to pick up donated gifts at 7075 W. Hampden, to be delivered to each child by Christmas Day. The children’s names are entered into the Christmas Crusade computer system, wherein each child is given an identification number. This allows each child to be confidentially tracked throughout the process and ensures that each child will get a gift. KYGO-FM on-air personalities tell the stories of individual children soliciting pledges of new, unwrapped toys. Listeners like you respond by calling the Christmas Crusade Hotline. Sponsors follow up by bringing the gifts to the Christmas Crusade Headquarters where they are bagged, tagged and passed along to the child’s nominating officer for delivery. Gifts for non sponsored children are purchased through cash donations to the Christmas Crusade, which is a non-profit organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
If anyone is interested in putting together a team for the tournament, talk to Eric. If you have a foursome ready to go, you can register HERE.