Barbell Warm-up:

Olympic Lifting:

Every 2min x 12min: Mid-Thigh Clean + Front Squat + Jerk

Workout of the Day:

3 Deadlift

3 Hang Power Clean

3 Front Squat

9 Push-ups

6 Deadlift

6 Hang Power Clean

6 Front Squat

12 Push-ups

9 Deadlift

9 Hang Power Clean

9 Front Squat

27 Push-ups

12 Deadlift

12 Hang Power Clean

12 Front Squat

36 Push-ups

Rx 115/75

Rx+ 135/95

Optional Event

The Juneteenth Challenge by Concept2

On June 19, 1865, General Gordon Granger stood on a balcony in Galveston, Texas and declared that all previously enslaved people in Texas were now free. This day is now celebrated widely in America as Juneteenth, and remembered as a day of freedom and emancipation.

That day in Galveston took place two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln and over a month after General Lee’s surrender at Appomattox. It took place a century before Martin Luther King spoke of his dream for racial equality. It took place 155 years before the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.

Racial equality never happens in one defining moment. All those years after Granger stood on that balcony, it is something that still needs to be fought for. This Juneteenth Concept2 will be donating $19,000 to organizations that seek to make an impact on the systemic racism present in our society.

For every person who takes part in our Juneteenth Challenge and completes more than 1900m, we will donate an additional $2 up to a maximum total of $38,000.

We hope you’ll join us in this challenge.

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