Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny



A beautiful day for a workout for this group of 9.


  • SSH
  • Don Quixote
  • Imperial Walkers
  • Russian Soldiers
  • Helicopters

Mosey to the football field for Red Barchetta:

  • Run 100 yards, 100 SSH, run back
  • Run 75 yards, 75 Mountain Climbers, run back
  • Run 50 yards, 50 LBCs, run back
  • Run 25 yards, 25 Merkins, run back
  • Run 10 yards, 10 Burpees, run back

Off to the side of track to the low bleachers for Lindsays – 30/10, 25/15, 20/20, 15/25, 10/30 reps of dips and American Hammers lunging across the track and back.

Over to the bus parking lot for Doras!

  • 100 Box Cutters
  • 200 Monkey Humpers
  • 300 Flutter Kicks

Mosey over to the stalled out BMW in the fire lane where the Pax successfully pushed it into a parking space.

Run up the hill and circle up for some Mary:

  • American Hammers
  • Alabama Prom Dates
  • Rosalitas
  • Hello Dollies

YHC took us out.


YHC concluded the final stop on the Summer Tour this morning checking the last AO off of the list.  On the drive over, the check engine light came on, but nothing alarming.  YHC parked in the lower lot to scope out the AO and upon driving to the top lot, the car stalled out.  Dead.

The show must go on and we got on with the workout and even including the car into the workout.

This AO is really nice.  I was a little skeptical at first when I pulled up and there was no one around except an old dog on the track that just stared at me.  This canine was our sole spectator.

The Summer Tour has been great.  Wonderful opportunity to see AOs across our region as well as meet new brothers in our Pax.  It’s not too late for one to start the tour (though getting pretty close).

The Pax pushed it hard this morning.  Welcome FNG Slim Shady!  We hope to see you back out soon.


  • Amateur RAMM Gears this Friday.  Don’t miss out.  No Tools is on point.
  • August 25 – Puppy Pile.  Bring the 2.0s
  • HDHH next week to correspond with the Wednesday hill run.  See Kubota’s pre-blast for details.

Time to Taper,



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  1. Great job on the tour, Lockjaw. I agree with everything you said in terms of meeting new F3 brothers and seeing all the AOs. Tclaps to Phonics for organizing.
    Good Q this morning, too. I was thinking you might be trying to Q every AO on the tour, I swear you Q’d at least a third of my tour stops.
    Way to work this morning, all. I thought since we were essentially swimming across the field for the barchetta, I might challenge Tobit. Well, verbally anyway. I tried it and he found another gear and left me in the dust. Apparently a faster swimmer than me, too.
    Welcome Slim Shady! There are some good SOJ AOs peppered all through the week…hope to see you again soon.

  2. Great Q this morning, Lockjaw! Nice to have you SOJ…and awesome job finishing up the summer tour. Have you found out what was up with your car?

    Way to work hard this morning fellas. Despite being the celery of exercises (per Vinny), 100 SSHs is no joke.

    Welcome Slim Shady…come back soon!

  3. While not intentional to Q all stops on the Summer Tour, a quick check with Big Data and I Q’d 62.5% of those AOs.

  4. Wedding Singer on

    Pure classic CSAUP stuff right there, car breaks down at the last site of the summer tour.

  5. I had a little help on the chorus from Ollivander! I was waiting for Wedding Singer to take over, per his epithet, but he was probably thinking “What is that noise?”

    Welcome to Slim Shady.

  6. Wedding Singer on

    I was caught up in thought, wondering why we’re trudging across this wet field with a perfectly dry track a few steps away. I think I heard the faint wafts of ‘so tough….so tough’ coming through the gloom.