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Online 4 Person - Team Competition

September 2020

Details for Gorilla Games 2020:

  1.  Registration is re-open August 17th – September 13th, 2020.
  2.  Competition will be teams of 4 (2 male/2 female).
  3.  This is a local competition via online. Live finale for top 6 teams in both divisions. Finale to be held in person at Reno Power House Fitness.
  4.  Each team is guaranteed participation in 5 WODs.  All 5 WODs will be released on September 23rd at 5:00pm PST with video explanations.
  5.  Each team needs to complete all 5 WODs between 9/23/2020 at 5:00pm PST and 10/4/2020 at 11:59pm PST.
  6.  All WODs will need to be recorded and submitted to TBA by 10/4/2020 at 11:59pm PST.  No late submissions will be accepted.
  7.  All teams are responsible for submitting final written scores for each WOD, in addition to the video submissions.
  8.   FUNdraising will be the 6th event and raising a minimum of $250 will be required to advance to the finale.  Any team raising $500 or above will automatically earn a first-place finish in the FUNdraising “WOD.” Teams will have till the end of video submissions to have raised their final amounts.
  9.   The top 6 teams in each division will be announced on 10/7/2020 and will advance to the finale.
  10.  The top 6 teams in each division will participate in a live finale on 10/10/2020, at Reno Power House Fitness, time TBD.
  11.  There will be no spectators allowed at the live finale and heats will be appropriately spaced to maintain social distancing.

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More on the Mindful Health Initiative

Sal Salas, RPHF Owner and Trainer

Why I chose the Mindful Health Initiative and Youth Sports

Mindful Health Initiative was a natural choice for me as the beneficiary of our upcoming in-house CrossFit competition. I wanted an organization that both encourages and financially supports, children to participate in youth sports. Growing up, my parents had limited funds. I didn’t have any opportunities to be a part of a team or any organized athletics. Unfortunately, this just wasn’t in the cards for me. In Mexico, where I spent a lot of time with my dad and his family, everyone played soccer. However, at home in San Diego, we couldn’t afford the youth league. My uncle also played football and I became a die-hard Chargers fan, but Pop Warner, with all of the equipment fees, was just too expensive. The Mindful Health Initiative, just like RPHF, is just starting out in Reno and they have the same kind of passion for their work regarding the physical and mental well being of youth in at-risk populations that I do in bringing more fitness into the daily lives of our members. Mindful Health is not a large corporation, but a small local group. We know the funds are going to benefit children here who are in need and who can hopefully participate in some of the sports I never got the chance to. I am excited to bring this organization into our gym while helping them in their mission of supporting local children while also promoting fitness among our CrossFit community!

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