This Week's Programming
Fri: Push Jerk
Help Keep Our Box Open!!!
As the COVID infection rates continue to climb across Massachusetts and the globe, it has caused concern to close businesses down where people can gather. Over the last couple of weeks, the Cambridge City Council has proposed a policy to close indoor dining, gyms, casinos, and other non-essential indoor activities as soon as possible. Fortunately, the City Council does not have the power to do so, however, they plan to adopt this policy and send it to the City Manager's office and the Mayor. Simply, this means we would no longer be open for the time period in which they decide.
Here is where our voice needs to be heard as people of the Cambridge Community. Below, I'll list contact email addresses to the City Manager and the Mayor's office to voice your concerns. Also, I will post some links showing various studies discussing how gyms are NOT a primary location where COVID is being spread. Please take a few minutes to share why our community and workout environment should remain open and why you continue to workout at KSCF.
City Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor's Office: email@example.com
Mass State Fitness and Fiscal Facts Sheet During Pandemic
Study showing capacity limits reduce COVID transmission. This article debunks the general study of common gathering areas that group gyms as one of them.
A nice Short Essay for the Mayor to read as to why Fitness Centers are ESSENTIAL
Thanksgiving schedule change This week. Take a look at our live schedule to get yourself up to date!
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Complete 4 Supersets
Ia) 15 Mini-Band Reverse Hypers
Ib) 5-7 Seated DB Hammer Curls
Complete 3 GIANT Sets
IIa) 10 Sit-ups (weighted if possible)
IIb) 5 Rotational MB Throws/Side
IIc) 30-sec Weighted Plank or Bench Plank
*rest 60 sec
AMRAP 5 Minutes
6 Box Jumps
7 MB Slams (20/14)
*20 Ice Skaters after every round