Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Shaking Off a Week’s Worth of Ailments


No sad clown syndrome for 7 noble warriors.  The cold weather would not deter the PAX from attacking the morning with an enthusiasm unbeknownst to the rest of mankind.  Here is how it went down:

  • Parking lot tracers
  • COP
    • 25 SSH
    • 20 IW
    • 15 DQ
    • 20 helicopters
    • 10 Suzanne Somers, each leg
    • 20 hand-release merkins
    • 30 2x LBC
  • Mosey to the jerkin gym for jerkin ladder for 10 on down
  • Mosey to the football field for a modified beast – 12 exercises at the 25, 50 and 25 yard lines then run goal line to goal line with exercises being cumulative
    • Merkins – 216 total
    • WWII sit-ups – 180 total
    • Flutter kicks 2x – 144 total
    • Crab cakes 2x – 108 total
    • Alternating lunges 2x – 72 total
    • Monkey humpers – 36 total
  • Triple check
    • Run
    • Bench kicks
    • Storm squats
  • COT with YHC taking us out

Welcome back Offshore!  Good to get you back in the fold.  As usual, strong work from Johnsonville after a week of strenuous workouts that were solely focused on testing his liver function.  No burpee inducing upchucking in his return to the Gridiron.  Adderall continues push the PAX and his own personal limits.  Quest continues to be steady and consistent.

For the record, White Deer did not do crab cakes during the cumulative beast.  They were some variation of a dead cockroach.

YHC had some unfortunate advice for the PAX.  All PAX should be careful not to lick the jerkin pole in this cold weather.    Just let that settle in.

As for the 3rd F at Einstein’s, the PAX was grateful to see our brother Earthworm return for some great fellowship.  His body might be recovering, but his mind remains highly conservative and highly opinionated.  Never a dull moment with our brother.  Good to see you Earthworm!  Do not be a stranger.

God is good all of the time!



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  1. Every muscle hurts. Muscles in my face hurt from straining. Hurts so good. Great to see Earthworm and get a lesson on the Berenstain bears!