Sep 9, 2013

Upcoming Events

Info on a bunch of upcoming events...first, IMCF community events:
  • Next On-Ramp.  Reminder, our next Foundations class is scheduled for Saturday, 28 Sep 13 at 0830.  If you haven't been to one, it'll be worth your time. Spread the word to your friends, family, coworkers and anyone else that is interested in getting started but hasn't taken the plunge.  Deadline to sign up is 25 Sep! 
  • Coach's Clinics.  In preparation for the On-Ramp, we will hold Coach's Clinics on Tue/Thu mornings at 0600-0645ish the next 2 weeks (starting 17 Sep).  Primary audiences are trainers (and trainers-in-training) for 28 Sep, but all are welcome to sit in.  Focus is on teaching the 9 foundational movements covered at the on-ramp.
Next, a few local CF competitions in the surrounding area:
  • Topeka CF -- WODs for a Cause. CrossFit Topeka is hosting a charity event on Sat, Oct 5 to benefit the Topeka Fraternal Order of Police Foundation. The event includes three classic Girls (Fran, Grace, and Annie) with prizes for individual WODs and overall performance. There is also a burpee run event for novices.  $30 gets you registered, and includes a t-shirt and lunch.  Additional details on the flyer here and posted in the Bubble...sign up by 28 Sep.
  • KCPD Throwdown. Another local competition (NE KC) on Sat, 26 Oct consisting of of three individual workouts, men's/women's & Rx/Scaled divisions. Registration is $35, all proceeds to The National Law Enforcement Training Center...see the facebook event page for event details. 
Last, a quick roundup of post events this week.
  • September 11 Flag Run. Team RWB is planning a memorial event this Wednesday.  The concept is to keep an American flag moving around the golf course from 8:46 AM to 8:00 PM on September 11th. If you'd like to join in or learn more about Team RWB, check out their facebook page.
  • Freedom Run. Post 5k this weekend.  You can still get registered, info here.
Go do something.  Get involved and get active!  Feel free to use the comments section for some initial coordination...

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