On the December 1st, 2019 - CrossFit B3F at UNAIDS is organising a 24 hour Murph challenge and raise funds for a goodcause. The Challenge is an in mix of mental toughness and physical fitness to make people aware about the importance of being fit and mentally strong.
The 24 hour Murph challenge aims to raise funds for Operation Bobbi Bear . This NGO is a human rights organization committed to helping sexually abused children in Amanzimtoti, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa.
The Murph challenge is a fitness challenge taken on by thousands of people to honour Lt. Michael P. Murphy, a Navy SEAL who died in action in 2005 and was awarded with the Medal of Honor for distinguished acts of valor during the war in Afghanistan. This challenge has been popularized by different Crossfit boxes worlwide, and even by celebrities, fitness instructors and trainers around the world.
The Murph workout consists of: 1 Mile run / 100 PullUps / 200 PushUps / 300 Squats / 1 Mile run - in a 20 lbs vest or body Armour. This sequence will be repeated for 24 hours.