Please join us at CrossFit Route 1
on Friday, December 23 and Saturday, December 24
During our classes to benefit Eva Preston and Family, Through The EveryDay Heroes
Eva’s is a face everyone loves here at Route 1. Her husband Glenn is an injured Boston firefighter. They have four young children. He just recently returned to work after 2 years recovering from an injury at an alarm call resulting in broken vertebrae in his spine and neck.
Now Glenn is not working & undergoing intense chemotherapy treatment for lung cancer.
Eva loves working out at CrossFit and is one of our original members who we love dearly.
Please donate to help bring some relief and happiness to Eva, Glenn, & their family.
ABOUT THE EVERYDAY HEROES EMERGENCY FUND
EveryDay Heroes is a nonprofit organization founded by CrossFit Route 1 member and coach Kendra Hewitt and her family. It was founded in honor of her father William Cecieta. Her dad is a deceased firefighter who worked in the town of Saugus, MA. The EDH emergency fund’s goal is to provide financial assistance and personal support for families and individuals in times of crisis, who have experienced financial turmoil due to the loss of life or a life changing, disabling injury sustained in the line of duty. Your donation goes to directly to families in need .
Your donation is tax deductible.
EveryDay Heroes is a charitable 501(c)3 nonprofit
1.dynamic + plate dynamic situps: 4×10
2. strict press: 4×2 @ 90% of 2rm
3. 3 rounds
18 db snatch (70/50)
10 kbs (70/53)
Time Cap: 18 min