It seems as though we have been searching for that perfect CSAUP event for some time now. Every year another event comes along and peaks our interest, we all sign up, train for it, and join a handful of brothers … Continue reading
7 men posted for what YHC promised to be a pre-P200 friendly workout after a mutual agreement had been struck with Brown Shorts some weeks ago when I signed up to Q this day. No legs needed.
Gloom observations: Quaker, … Continue reading
In memory of the Kmart on Clemson Boulevard about to close down, we decided to call this the blue light special.
The Thang: The original idea, is to mosey/shuffle between two blue lights & then exercise to the next light. Rinse … Continue reading
- It was warm out, muscles are warm good.
- Mosey for a bit to finish warming up.
- Indian run- It’s still an indian run with 3 people, right?
- Farmer Carry Indian Run- less fun … Continue reading
16 PAX assembled in the balmy gloom of a Monday morning to get there week started out right. Many months ago, when PARTNER joined the AO, I knew the day would come when I would have to bring up a … Continue reading
4 men decided to resist the urge to fartsack on a cold Thursday morning at #PowderKeg. The temperature was 18 deg. with a slight breeze. Once we got out of our cars we immediately went into warmup mode to avoid … Continue reading
Due to the cooler temperatures a pain roulette workout seemed appropriate to keep core body temperatures up. And it seemed like a great way to build on the foundation that 2-stroke tore us all down to yesterday.
- Shiver … Continue reading
How do you tell if the PAX appreciate a workout?
By getting messages like this, “A true and very embarrassing story. I am walking up to a clients door about an hour ago with another banker. I pull on door … Continue reading
3 PAX enjoyed the gloom of a cold and rainy March morning! Google Assistant joined the fun by notifying us every half mile that it was time to change it up! PAX is convinced Google Assistant fell asleep on multiple … Continue reading