It’s been over a year since YHC’s first Q, and YHC finally graduated from diapers to pull ups (according to Dr. Belding and Cardiac). Glad to be a big kid now. Ironically, the PAX would do a lot of pull … Continue reading
17 men (including 2 FNG’s) came out to Hurricane Alley this morning for the Slug 500. I wasn’t sure how this was going to work out time wise, so I winged the warm up and Mary. Here is YHC’s recollection … Continue reading
When: 6/20/2017 QIC: Sleeper The PAX: fireballs, poison, hand basket, oars and shiplap
6 pack followed YHC on another beat down- the kind that would have Madden saying -“he will remember that number” – Dunwoodys pain arena was open for … Continue reading
10 PAX showed up in spite of the threat of rain and guarantee of pain. We’ve been averaging 13.9 YTD, but after crunching the numbers, it appears that my Q’s are only averaging 11.6. Should I take that as a compliment … Continue reading
Conditions: Mid 70’s, slight rain, UV index: 0 of 10
Hit the light switch at 0510, planted the shovel flag and placed the “eight orange cones” for the circuit #8 workout. The PAX started rolling in and chatter begin. As … Continue reading
YHC has never been a real regular at #RAM, probably due to PTSD from about 3 years ago when a crazy loose guide wire sent me for a flip on my maiden post. Well after years of therapy and counseling, … Continue reading
7 brave men arrived at the Outpost for another Tomato party. Today brought two out of town guests, Midget for life and Homer and one party newbie, Mel.
After a quick warmup mucho chest, the pax followed Flying Tomato to … Continue reading
14 members of the Pax gathered in downtown Southern Pines on a muggy day for this morning’s thematic beatdown, giving props to the four-letter-word! Essentially all exercises stemmed from a four letter derivative – rated G, I might add.
Pax … Continue reading
5 men resisted the urge to #Fartsack and showed up to #SOS in Williamston, SC to better themselves. Conditions: high 60’s and humid. 5 minutes before the bell rang a strange car pulled into Mineral Springs Park. We all thought … Continue reading