A Mini-Competition presented by CrossFit Shatter and Shatter Events!
During the New York Fitness Expo on January 18 and 19, 2020, CrossFit Shatter will have two jam-packed days of fitness!
Saturday events will include walk-in/no registration required bursts of fitness aimed at max effort attempts at a particular movement (think ME burpee box jump overs or cals on an assault bike type stuff), as well as some “open gym” hours within our booth! Prizes all day! Full details to come.
SUNDAY REQUIRES REGISTRATION! Sunday will feature Winter Swolestice- a mini-comp that’s part of the Shatter Slam Series!
This will be a gymnastics-free, capacity blaster full of barbells and dumbbells, body-weight movements, and the cardio we all know and love!
Two-person, same-sex teams in RX and Scaled divisions- WINNER TAKES ALL! Prize, workouts and other details to come!
We’re running TWO mini-comps- RX Teams in the Morning (9am to 12 pm) and Scaled Teams in the Afternoon (1 pm to 4 pm).
Teams are M/M or F/F, with 30 spaces available for each mini-comp. We’ll have Male Team and Female Team Winners for both AM and PM Events – WINNER TAKES ALL!
Team Registration includes the Expo entry fee. All spectators will need to purchase Expo tickets for $10.
REGISTER HERE: https://www.conquestevents.net/events/winter-swolestice/details
We’re continuing to build the weekend details, so check back often and follow us on Instagram! @shatter_events
The 2019 Summer Slam event, participants, sponsors and donors made it possible for CrossFit Shatter to provide Southend Children’s Cafe with a donation of $2,500.
Learn more about the Southend Children’s Cafe here:
The 2018 Summer Slam event, participants, sponsors and donors made it possible for CrossFit Shatter to provide Operation At Ease with a donation of $4,576.
Learn more about Operation At Ease here: https://www.operationatease.org/
ABOUT OPERATION AT EASE:
Operation At Ease (a 501(c) (3) organization) works with several different shelters and rescues throughout the United States pairing unwanted dogs with disabled veterans, at no cost to the service member. OAE then provides a free guided training program for the purposes of PTSD and light mobility service dogs. Veterans attend small group classes with their canine, in order to gain the skills necessary to pass a number of obedience titles offered through the American Kennel Club, as well as receive training for specific needs, such as crowd buffering and brace support. The volunteers at OAE also accompany the veteran-canine team into the public to apply the classroom training to real-life situations. After passing the Public Access test, the veterans are legally allowed to bring their dog anywhere they go in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Since our first fall event in 2014, CrossFit Shatter has raised over $20,000 for Barbells for Boobs! There is more work to do to provide men and women with the Right To Know, so our job isn’t done! Join us every fall to raise money for breast cancer detection!