Wednesday Jan 30 2013 comments Sac-Town Throwdown gets physical in Roseville -A +A Anne Stokes The Press TribuneArmando Barrientes of Rosemont, competing with the Forging Elite Fitness team of Woodland, lifts a nearly 500-pound tire during the Novice Strongman competition at the Sac-Town Throwdown on Saturday at the Placer County Fairgrounds. Anne Stokes The Press TribuneAshley Albano lifts 75 pounds in the Power Clean Floater Workout of the Day during the Sac-Town Throwdown. Albano, who competed with CrossFit Roseville, began CrossFit so she could work out with her husband and fell in love with the training method. Anne Stokes The Press TribuneJesse Phillips of CrossFit Roseville navigates the over-under bar at the Sac-Town Throwdown. The agility course event required four minutes each at four stations: jump rope, running with sandbags, riding a stationary bike and the over-under bar. Anne Stokes The Press TribuneKenny Stivers of CrossFit Roseville carries sandbags, one of four disciplines in the agility course event at the Sac-Town Throwdown. The rest of the agility course consisted of jump rope, a stationary bike and an over-under bar obstacle — for four minutes each. Anne Stokes The Press TribuneKenny and Tali Stivers of CrossFit Roseville recover after competing in the agility course event at the Sac-Town Throwdown. The agility course was four minutes of work each at four stations: carrying sandbags, jump rope, stationary bike and an over-under bar. Anne Stokes The Press TribuneNick Gagliano of Los Gatos, competing with Cadence Gym, lifts a 240-pound ball during the Novice Strongman competition at the Sac-Town Throwdown. Anne Stokes The Press TribuneTali Stivers of CrossFit Roseville spends four minutes on a stationary bike as part of the agility course event at the Sac-Town Throwdown.