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Reintroducing: Be a Roots DJ for a Week


Reintroducing: Be a Roots DJ for a Week

Max rounds and reps in eight minutes of:
4 Handstand push-ups 
2 pood Kettlebell swing, 8 reps
12 GHD situps

Full extension in the KB swing is hands, shoulders, hips, and ankles stacked. Dave demonstrates this here during Monday's workout.

Be a Roots DJ for a Week

Back by popular demand is the Be a CrossFit Roots DJ for a Week gig.  How does it work?  We give you an iPod to load with SIX to TWELVE mixes of your choice that are each at least an hour in length.

Famous past Roots DJs include Blakely (the original), Jasmine (the excellent follow-up to B), and Byron who has a talent for it no doubt.

We’ll kick it off next week and are looking for one person per week for the next three weeks.

Post to comments the week you would like to volunteer for.  First come, first serve!
Week 1: Dec. 6-11
Week 2: Dec. 13-18
Week 3: Dec. 20-26

8 Responses

  1. Nicole

    Big ups to Tommy who got himself to a computer this morning after waking up under the weather. Your cancel allowed Paul to get in for the 9AM class. Thanks!

  2. Mollly

    Thanks for the newsletter Nicole. One question about the late cancel policy. If a person is signed up for a class and decides that he/she can attend an earlier or later class that same day, is that considered a late cancel to switch from one class to the other if it’s less than 12 hours?

  3. Nicole

    Molly –

    Good question. Most likely not. However, if the athlete was enrolled in an 11:30 class that was full and then at 10:30 decided to switch to 5pm it might be considered a late cancel as there is really no chance someone could take that spot.

    Bottom line is we try to be fair and if we see you came to class that day just at a different time, you’re probably fine.

    You can ALWAYS email us to clarify and we’ll see what we think:)