14 men including 1 FNG joined in the true gloom at the Meadows for an All-Star beatdown which had us all questioning cadence counts and time checks.
Planted Flag followed by a great Showing this morning with 20 PAX. We joined together for a beat down in air so thick you could drink it. The good news is really getting out about the benefits of the F3 brotherhood. This ain't just a work out...
20 PAX with 3 FNG's and T'Ville continues to show up in good numbers as we plan for their new AO in the coming weeks. More information on that to follow. QIC promised Deck of Pain, and delivered though a double tab on the phone with 10 cards left forced us to improvise the last 10 minutes.
If you've never experienced a GoRuck, it's difficult to explain the ups and downs over the 10-12 hours, but here's my recollection with some help from the PAX. Overall an amazing experience with 15 F3 guys along with 11 other rucks completing close to 16 miles. This is our story.
8 strong at the bear's den with one FNG and 3 ruckers. All was not lost as those without rucks carried coupons. No one called the Q, so Dimples took the impromptu lead.
9 Men met at the shovel flag to start the day off right with the Lord’s prayer then we decided to go on a little run
Soul Sucking Heat; Who Needs Water?
In the true gloom of the Meadows, 15 PAX met in the balmy 90 degree morning with 99.9% humidity. Based on the sad news out of F3 Lexington region a fellow F3 brother, John Flanagan “Cheech”, who passed away too soon after being hit by a car during an F3 workout. We honored him with a moment of silence before Lord’s Prayer.
With the thread of Tropical Storm Cindy making landfall in the panhandle, the Northside had a strong showing of 12 men and 2 FNG’s. Southside promised a Cindy appearance, so we followed suit (with a few Magneto Steel Blocks as well).
9.5 men met in the gloom to be broken to heal stronger… If you don’t sweat, it wasn’t a workout,& rain smells better than sweat.