Join us on Sept 25th for our annual workout and fundraiser to honor the memory of local hero, Sgt. James Noyes, New Hampshire State Police. Test your fitness police academy style!
The CrossFit community frequently creates and dedicates workouts, often dubbed “Hero WODs” to fallen soldiers, police, and first responders. The 502 workout originated in 2005 at the NH Police Academy in Concord. It was created by Noyes’ son Nate, who followed in his father’s footsteps, for the 138th Police Academy class. The following workout has been done by every police academy class ever since: The 502 Run 400m, 50 push ups, 50 sit upsRun 400m, 40 push ups, 40 sit upsRun 400m, 30 push ups, 30 sit upsRun 400m, 20 push ups, 20 sit upsRun 400m, 10 push ups, 10 sit upsSgt. Noyes was killed in the line of duty on October 3, 1994. 502 was his badge number. From the NH State Police memorial page: “James Noyes resided with his wife Debra and three children in Madison, NH. While Noyes’ most important commitment was to his family, he was also very involved in his community. Serving on several different committees within the school system, Noyes and his wife were involved with the local school system. James was also an avid supporter of the local sports teams and even coached for a time. His presence is sorely missed by his family and the community.Each year we make a donation to a non-profit organization that serves children in the MWV. This year proceeds will be donated in Sgt. Noyes' name to the Carroll County Child Advocacy Center. The Carroll County CAC provides support and services to child victims/witnesses in the MWV. They do amazing work behind the scenes to help children begin the healing process and bring offenders to justice.
Saturday Sept 25th, 2021 at 9:00am
This year we are keeping it right in the gym.
Please register for the event in your member portal under Events. A $15 donation will be charged as an event registration fee.
Watch your member portal for pre-sale of 502 t-shirts.