Nine pax showed up for a unseasonably warm February workout to start their week saluting the men and women of the armed forces while getting in a solid workout.
1 Mile Run – the peleton picked up @The Skipper who joined late but more than made up for it wearing a 20lb. weight vest during the workout
100 Pull ups, 200
Push ups Merkins, and 300 Squats in the very soggy Outback where we met @Forgotten Jelly who started the Murph early
1 Mile Run
COT – No time for Mary
When YHC checked his phone for the temperature and saw it was 46 there was a moment of hesitation as he tried to remember what he wore when workouts were this warm. Luckily for everyone he didn’t pull a @Farm and remembered shorts.
T-Claps @Putt Putt, the Murph is not an easy workout for even the seasoned PAX so way to keep pushing through it. Since it’s a monthly workout it’s a nice one to measure progress against and push to complete more reps or increase your speed next time.
Hope you feel better @Dingo and hope your tendon starts feeling better @The Farm and everyone else who is nursing injuries or sicknesses this winter.
-March 4: Tradition on Tap at Carolina Ale House at 7PM to celebrate Tradition’s 1 Year Anniversary.
-April 11: Spring USMC Mud Run Sign ups close this Saturday! – http://f3mudrunspring2015.eventbrite.com/
-Sept. 10-12: Blue Ridge Relay. Dingo sent out an e-mail this week. This event is a relay race over 208 miles of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is a great time for some F2 along with F1. More info here: http://www.blueridgerelay.com
-July 24: Go Ruck Challenge. Wearing a 25+ pound back pack you start on an overnight adventure that continues until the morning. A great fitness challenge and another chance for some F2 during the event as well as preparing for it. See @Skipper for more info or check out the link: http://www.goruck.com/challenge-charlotte-nc-07-24-2015-3369/p/E003369