Cut the Junk Nutrition Challenge
to Nov 11

Cut the Junk Nutrition Challenge


Romeo Athletics is doing a "Cut the Junk!" Challenge! Sign up at the gym.

Why should you join the challenge? To learn about sound nutritional principles geared toward meeting your personal goals, whether it’s health, aesthetics, performance or all of the above. You’ve invested a lot of money, time, and hard work in improving your health and fitness at Romeo Athletics, so why not complement that with good nutrition?

The main goal of this challenge is to encourage you to cut any unnecessary and/or processed foods (i.e. JUNK) out of your diet.

What: 6-Week Nutrition Challenge

When: September 30-November 11 (Pre-Challenge Group Meeting Saturday, September 28th @ 10:30am)

Who: This Challenge is Open to ALL Gym Members (Including PT Clients!)

Cost: $60/person (This is ONLY $10/week or $1.42/day…that’s less than a typical coffee habit!)


  • Pre-Challenge Group Meeting

  • 1-on-1 Nutrition Meeting

  • “Everything You Need to Know” Packet

  • Baseline Measurements, Weight & Pics

  • Private Challenge Facebook Group

  • Weekly Recipes

  • Weekly Check-ins with Coach

  • Easy Tracking/Scoring System

  • Ending Measurements, Weight & Pics

Challenge winner receives custom Romeo Athletics Nike Metcons!!

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Battle of the Coaches
9:00 AM09:00

Battle of the Coaches

This year’s Battle of the Coaches will take place on Saturday, October 19th from 9:00am-12:00pm.  

This is a fun in-house competition where you will be placed on a team led by one of our coaches!  All ability levels are welcome and encouraged to sign up...this is going to just be a really fun event, with multiple workouts, lots of cheering and camaraderie!  It’s also a great way to meet members that don’t go to your typical class time.

$25 for your Team Shirt!

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Wade's Workout for Wade's Army
9:00 AM09:00

Wade's Workout for Wade's Army

Wade’s Army is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization standing arm in arm with families at the front lines of the fight against neuroblastoma.

We raise money directly for children and parents affected by childhood cancer, while also supporting research programs and hospitals fighting to find a cure.

Wade’s Army Uniforms are $35.00/each and all of the proceeds go directly into the non-profit.

Wade’s Workout:

5 Rounds For Time:

11 One-Arm Dumbbell Power Snatches (50/35 lb)

12 One-Arm Dumbbell Thrusters 

(50/35 lb)

11 Weighted Pull-Ups 

(50/35 lb dumbbell)

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MisFit Toys Throwdown
8:00 AM08:00

MisFit Toys Throwdown


The 2019 MisFit Toys Throwdown will be held on Saturday, December 14!! This will be year 9 of the same-sex partner competition hosted by Yankee CrossFit and Romeo Athletics!

As always, we will be collecting new toys for underprivileged children and also donating proceeds from the competition to a to-be-determined charitable cause. Details on everything to come, but mark your calendar and grab a partner and we’ll see you December 14th!

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9:00 AM09:00


Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Sullivan gave his life on July 16, 2015, in sacrifice for his fellow Marines.



13 Rounds for time:

100m Sand Bag Carry (50m down & 50m back)

7- Strict Pull ups

16- Sand Bag over the shoulder tosses

15- Sand Bag Squats

*boots and utes optional


“Tommy always had that superhero idea in his head.” -Dianne Mullin

Tommy was the kind of man that every Junior Marine around would not only aim to be like but would also turn to when they needed something either on or off duty. Sullivan, with a number of combat tours, one of which during the Battle of Fallujah, and two purple hearts, maintained his esprit de corps and focus on our most basic principles as Marines: taking care of each other. This is something that is often lost in the rest of our culture but is one of the most powerful tools we have as Marines and leaders. Junior Marines eat chow first, hit the rack first, and are taken care of first. This is how Gunny Sullivan lived his life on or off duty. There is nothing that he wouldn’t do for his Marines.

His last opportunity to put others before himself came on July 16, 2015, while serving as Battery Gunnery Sergeant in Chattanooga, TN. On this day, the reservse center came under fire.

“He could have jumped the fence but he didn’t” - Dianne Mullin

 Tommy went into action looking for a way out, not for himself, but for his Marines. He started to lead them to safety and after fearing that he would lead them to the gun man, changed his course of action. He knew that they needed to jump the fence. Sullivan lead 13 Marines and Sailors over the fence before returning to the office in an attempt to provide support. This is ultimately where he fell. He was one of four Marines and one sailor that were killed on that day.

Although the events that unfolded that day were unexpected, I don’t think anyone was surprised that Tommy was the man to take charge and make sure that his men got to safety. Putting himself before others seemed like the norm for Sullivan. He was a beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, uncle, friend, Marine, and so much more to a lot of people. The comic book loving Dropkick Murphys fan will always be remembered fondly. One of his best friends Jack Hendrix remembers his laugh more than anything, saying “it was infectious and one of a kind.”

Gunny Sullivan is now at rest as the hero he always was and will always be remembered as.

….and for that, MarineWOD salutes you, Tommy, and you will never be forgotten.

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RAY Summer Camp:  Session 1
to Jun 28

RAY Summer Camp: Session 1

RAY (Romeo Athletics Youth) Camp Registration is live! Details below...

Camp Coaches: Matt Wakelee and Lauren Sulmone

Camp Session Dates:
Session 1: June 24--28 for Ages: 4--7
Session 2: July 7--15 for Ages: 8--12
Session 3: August 12--16 for Ages: 4--7

Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm

*Please send camper with a snack and water bottle!


One Child: $150 per session

Two Children: $250 per session

Three Children: $325 per session

Payment: We accept checks, cash or CC. Checks can be made out to: Romeo Athletics.

Address: Romeo Athletics, 7 Moody Road, Enfield, CT 06082

Contact us at: (860)749-0252 or

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3rd Annual Romeo Athletics Charity Marathon Row
7:30 AM07:30

3rd Annual Romeo Athletics Charity Marathon Row

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On Saturday, June 22, 2019, we are hosting our 3rd Annual Charity Marathon Row!  Numerous teams of five people will be rowing a marathon (42,195 meters) at Romeo Athletics in Enfield, CT, to raise awareness and funds to help in the fight against ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).  All proceeds will go directly to Tucker Wood, a family member of the Romeo Athletics community who is currently battling ALS.  ALS is a terminal neurodegenerative disease that affects 6,000 new patients each year, and leaves them prisoners in their own bodies.  

Tucker’s Story:

On July 7, 2016, at only 33 years old, Tucker was diagnosed with ALS.  The diagnosis came as a complete shock as his only symptom was cramping in his wrist which he attributed to a soccer injury. The doctor shared the unfortunate news that not only is there no cure and extremely limited FDA-approved treatment for ALS, but the life expectancy after diagnosis is 2-5 years.

Tucker has been a preschool teacher for the past 12 years while also pursuing his love of photography and music in his spare time. He loves to travel, cook, camp and spend time with friends and family.  His happiest and top priority though, is being a father. Despite the diagnosis, Tucker and his wife, Lauren, welcomed their beautiful, healthy and happy daughter, Eloise, in February of 2018.

ALS affects each person differently and for Tucker it began by affecting the use of his left arm and has now impacted his right arm, as well. To date, Tucker has minimal use of his arms and lacks fine motor skills within his hands. His legs are still considered strong, however, his gait is affected because of his other ALS symptoms, thus making him prone to trips and falls.  Due to his progression, this spring represents his last year of teaching and he will be unable to work moving forward.

Without a cure, the inevitable progression will continue to limit Tucker's independence. He currently relies on his wife or others for simple daily tasks such as dressing and feeding himself.  Unfortunately, driving and even walking will soon be activities of the past. All of the proceeds from the Charity Row will go directly the Wood family to alleviate the mounting medical bills and the expensive costs associated with Tucker’s day-to-day living and necessary care.

The estimated yearly medical cost associated with caring for an ALS patient in the US is $150,000-$200,000.  ALS, like cancer, can affect anyone. Young or old. Male or female. Every race, religion, and socio-economic class. It doesn’t discriminate based on who you know, where you grew up, or who your parents were. Nearly 90% of ALS patients have no family history of the disease.  

Click here to create a team, join a team or contribute a donation!

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Donut 5K
10:00 AM10:00

Donut 5K

Donut 5K Presented by Precision Auto Repair and Sales: For the first time, the 2019 Donut 5k will be a Charity Event, Hosted by RA Charity Events, Inc, and Presented by Precision Auto Repair & Sales. The cost is $35 before March 1st, then the price increases to $40.

It will benefit local police officers participating in the Police Unity Tour.

The primary purpose of the Police Unity Tour is to raise awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty.
The secondary purpose is to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial and Museum.

Participants will run a 5k with 3 stops along the course. At each stop, one must either: (1) eat a donut, or (2) perform 25 burpees.

There will also be a Kids Mile Fun Run.

Divisions consist of:
Male / Female at the following age ranges
Up to 19.

Prizes will be given to the first place winners of each division.

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MisFit Toys Throwdown
8:00 AM08:00

MisFit Toys Throwdown

MisFit Toys Throwdown Charity Event

This same-sex partner competition sells out every year so grab your partner and get your team registered! RX, Scaled and Masters (40+) Divisions.

As was done in the past, we ask that each athlete bring a new, unwrapped toy on the day of the competition. Also per usual, we will be raising money for a charity. Charity TBA.

Come out for some fitness and support a great cause during the holidays! We hope to see you all there!

Register Here:

Saturday, December 1st
Romeo Athletics
7 Moody Rd. Enfield, CT
Hosted by Romeo Athletics/CrossFit Revelation and Yankee CrossFit

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Half-Marathon Row
4:30 AM04:30

Half-Marathon Row

Half Marathon Row

The 1/2 Marathon Row begins at 4:30am and goes until you're finished!  Spots limited to the amount of rowers we have (9) so sign up if you can definitely make it, or note if you are attending and bringing your own rower!  

NOTE:  There will be no 5:00am class this day!

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4:30 PM16:30



Bring a dish to share and we'll all celebrate our community "Thanksgiving" AKA "Crossgiving" together!  Sign up sheet will be on the white board at the gym--write down whatever you plan to bring and how many people we should expect!

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Wade's Workout
9:00 AM09:00

Wade's Workout

What is Wade's Army and Wade's Day?

Wade’s Army is a non-profit organization standing arm in arm with families at the front lines of the fight against neuroblastoma. We raise money directly for children and parents affected by childhood cancer, while also supporting research programs and hospitals fighting to find a cure.

Every year, we honor the fight and bravery of a little hero lost too soon, Wade DeBruin. We need YOU to help raise money and recruit in his honor, so we can empower families battling childhood cancer!  Donate here!

We are hosting a Wade’s Day workout on 11/10; Wade's Workout is:


We encourage everyone to donate $35 by October 15th, to get your Wade’s Army t-shirt to wear for the Wade’s Day workout! If you want us to order your shirt for you, sign up at the gym.

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Battle of the Coaches
10:00 AM10:00

Battle of the Coaches

Battle of the Coaches In-House Competition

Sign up at the gym for a fun in-house competition where you will be placed on a team led by one of our coaches!  All ability levels are welcome and encouraged to sign up...this is going to just be a really fun event, with multiple workouts, lots of cheering and camaraderie.

We normally do a Battle of the Sexes with male vs. female teams, but we thought it would be cool to mix it up this year with coach-led teams. It’s going to be a great time, so don’t miss it!

Cost is $20, which covers your team t-shirt (men) or tank top (women)!

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