Eight men + YHC headed to the starting line for today’s cruise, but one man quickly decided today was not the day and joined the rest of the fisters (you had to show to know).
See here for what the route should have been.
When we got to the Cabarrus Family Medicine building, Jelly yelled something about us turning around. To me, this was akin to the story about the boy crying wolf. What Jelly was trying to say is, my route was telling us to double back to reach the 4.04 miles. However, I chalked whatever Jelly was saying up to the #jellylubing to which we’ve all become accustomed. As a result, my route had us do 3.6 miles. But I think most of the men, in typical F3 fashion, made up the difference in their own way.
We regrouped with the Iron Fist crew for Mary, COT, BOM.
1) Great work by all out there. Thanks for the second F @ManDown and @Blind Date. I figured @ManDown was either weighed down by his undigested birthday meals or was taking it easy for the first few miles.
2) It’s amazing how much the bootcamps help with the cardio involved in running and vice versa. But, the best way of improving your running is to run.
3) @Blind Date, I don’t care what you say. You are a runner! Believe it brother!
Thanks for allowing me to lead. 3 down, 3 to go!