Family Workout, Push-Up Challenge and More!

100 Day Push-Up Challenge
Summer will be here soon. Let’s get 3 things accomplished…


Introducing our 100 Day Summer Push-Up Challenge. Sunday, June 21st (first day of Summer) is Day 1. Monday, September 28th is Day 100.

Do 1 push-up. Each day you add a push-up until you have the entire 100 days and 100 push-ups complete. For instance, Day 51 is 51 push-ups, Day 74 is 74 push-ups.

You have the entire day to complete the push-ups for that day. If you miss a day, you can buy back in, you can complete them on the next day. For instance, you miss Day 20. On Day 21, you complete 20 + 21 push-ups for a total of 41.

Entry fee is $20. All money paid into the challenge goes back to the winners. To win you must commit and execute the 100 Day Challenge.

Fun Family Workout!
The family workout on Saturday was so much fun so we decided we needed to do it again. Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 13th at 9:30 am. Cost is $5 per family member that joins you. We will have a super-fun team workout planned for your family. You will need to create an account for each family member and have them sign the Health Waiver. Here is the LINK to get you started.

CPMFITness Downtown Sioux Falls!
We would like to officially announce that we are expanding to a 2nd location in Downtown Sioux Falls. CPM 2.0 will be deep in the heart of downtown, located on Main Street between 9th and 10th. ((We are taking the CPM concept of great workouts, great community and great results)) as you do at the Western Mall location. Be on the lookout for Grand Opening Party, dual membership availability, same great set-up with a new gym personality. Stay plugged in to our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube where we will leak the latest CPM DTSF gym developments. We will have a lot more info to provide in the July edition of the Get A Grip.

And now another edition of….

Reflections, by Mother Plucker

My personal thoughts on another fantastic week at CPMFITness.

1. I’m not sure how to describe the 4:30 class I taught the other day. We were doing deadlifts and there were 18 people in class. About 8 of the guys were looking to do some HEAVY deadlifts. We called it the Fit Richards Class. I can’t imagine what would have happened if this guy had been in class with them! Click HERE.

2. Are ripped (muscular) forearms a good thing? Just wondering…

3. The ladder ups workouts are so deceiving. Every single time I do them I get a couple minutes in and wonder why the first classes only got to 10 or 11 rounds. Then I get another couple minutes in and figure it out.

4. I kept up with Becky on lunges the other day and I was really proud. It’s a bigger deal than some of you might think. So we were wondering… who is the Lunge Queen at CPM? Annie doesn’t count. So maybe Becky or Sonja? Could be different answers based on speed, form, depth, etc. As you can see below, it’s not me!


The Oboard Says…

Part A.
In 10 minutes:
Row 1k
w/ Remaining Time AMRAP
10 Push Ups
10 Ring Rows

Rest 90 seconds

Part B.
In 10 minutes:
100 Thai Planks
50 Hip Taps (on bar)
w/ Remaining Time AMRAP
30 KB Swings
15 Goblet Squats

Posted by: Emily