Health & Safety

May 15, 2014

Attack Fitness Competition

(U.S. Air Force photos by Capt. Susan Harrington)

Competitors tag the fence as they complete a one-mile timed run during the Attack Fitness Competition here May 3. The competition consisted of four different workouts that combined both cardio and strength movements, with the top competitors completing two final workouts to determine the winner. The event was hosted by CrossFit Desert Lightning, the CrossFit affiliate on the base, and was free for military and anyone with base access to observe or participate

Airman Cody Leach, 357th Aircraft Maintenance Unit maintainer, pushes a weighted sled while other competitors and judges cheer him on during the Attack Fitness Competition. Leach went on to claim third place in the competition overall. The event was hosted by CrossFit Desert Lightning, the CrossFit affiliate on the base, and was free for military and anyone with base access to observe or participate.

LeeAnn Kearney performs kettle bell swings while judge Karl Deutsch counts her repetitions during the Attack Fitness Competition. Kearney is a civilian and Deutsch is the Chief, Asset Accountability, for the 355th Civil Engineer Squadron.




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