Civilian Military Combine HQ and owners Sean Rogers and Matt Keller had the distinct honor and pleasure of working with Levittown's CrossFit Revenge in hosting the largest CMC PIT Simulation to date this past Saturday.
Over 120 members of CrossFit Revenge, including owners Mike McCarthy and Adam White, gathered to participate in a PIT demonstration to prepare for the upcoming Civilian Military Combines on May 19 in Camelback, PA and September 22 in Brooklyn.
“To see 120 people gather on a sunny, Saturday afternoon in Levittown to participate in something that will forever change the way they view fitness as a whole, was an unbelievable sight," said Rogers, who is originally from Merrick. "The camaraderie and dedication that the members of CrossFit Revenge portrayed as a group is what fitness should be all about.”
The CMC PIT is part of the CMC challenge and is the stage for four strength elements that precede a five mile mountain run with military style obstacles.
The combined demands of strength, endurance, and agility await the participants who sign up for their one day enlistment running alongside military heroes and supporting some remarkable charities making it one of the most grueling and rewarding events around.
CMC is a proud supporter of the Heroes of Tomorrow charity, founded by Stew Smith, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former Navy SEAL, and author of several fitness and self-defense books. CMC also supports LiveStrong and Operation Homefront.
For more information go to www.civilianmilitarycombine.com.