-Monday, June 20th is Juneteenth! Please come join us for our "Juneteenth workout" at either locations!
Boston- 7am, 9:30am, noon, 4:30pm
Needham- 6:15am, 8:30am, noon
-We are hosting a PRIDE workout at BOTH locations on June 25th!
The 9am in Boston and 9am in Needham will be coached Suffer Style so our coaches can participate as well!
-Monday, July 4th is Independence Day! We will have one class at 9:00am at both locations! Come join us for a 4th of July WOD!
-We are hosting a CF-L2 Seminar on July 9/10, class will be at 7am both days!
-We are hosting a CF-L2 Seminar on September 10th & 11th, class will be at 7am both days!
-We are hosting a Baby Shower Suffer workout for Erika and Sam Horenstein on July 30th time TBD, BOTH locations come join in on the fun!!
WORKOUT OF THE DAY
6 - 19 - 18- 65
Hang Cleans (95/65)
Burpee Box Jump Overs
Juneteenth was originally celebrated on June 19, 1865, the day that
Union soldiers told enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas,
that the Civil War had ended and they were free. Although the
Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves in the South in 1863, it
could not be enforced in many places until after the end of the Civil
War in 1865.
The term Juneteenth is a blend of the words June and nineteenth. The
holiday has also been called Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom
Day. Celebrations include parades, concerts, and readings of the
For more than 150 years, African Americans have observed Juneteenth as
a day of affirmation, remembrance, and celebration. A resolution
recognizing Juneteenth as a national holiday passed the Senate last