The gymnasium, primarily based on the Lomeshaye Industrial Estate in Nelson, held its annual Halloween throwdown, elevating a hair-raising £720 for the charity Children with Cancer UK.
Members of all skills and ages have been invited to don their scariest Halloween costumes, and positioned in random groups of 4 to participate in 4 exercises all through the day. Fancy costume costumes ranged from nuns, unicorns and cheerleaders to skeletons, pumpkins and witches.
The exercises themselves have been no simple feat, with a difficult two mile run to start out the day, adopted by burpees, deadlifts, max barbell actions, kettlebell swings and field jumps.
Mike Rawson, proprietor and head coach at CrossFit Pendle stated: “I stay up for this occasion yearly. Not solely is it for an incredible trigger however the effort everybody places into their outfits is unimaginable.
“It brings the group collectively, and I like watching members previous and new all work collectively to get by means of every train.
“The day was electrical, everybody gave it their all on the competitors flooring and it means a lot that we’re capable of host occasions like this, to lift funds for a charity near our hearts.”
Winners of the competitors have been Andy Strange, Jasmine Nike, Nick Stansfield and Cheryl Ellis.
CrossFit Pendle, primarily based on the Lomeshaye Industrial Estate, Kenyon Road, Brierfield, Nelson, was established in 2014.