Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Abe Vigoda would be pleased…


A Lucky 11 descended upon Mary to see what Saab would offer after a long hiatus from the Q sheet. This is what transpired more or less…

COP: Helicopters, DQ’s, Scorpion Kicks, Merking…all Abe Vigoda Style

Catch me if you can: Partner runs backwards across field, other partner drops and does 3 merkins, catch and swap.

Court Crawls: Bear crawl, crawl bear, crab walks, polar bears. Throw in 10 burpees and a series of Abs and Merkins along the way…

J-Squat Suicides: Intent was to get up to 21 but called an audible at about 12 to move to another exercise

11’s: WWII’s and Derkins off the perimeter trees…running across field in between

Donkey Kicks (10), bear crawl, merkins (10) then run out and back(wards). Repeato.

Finish with some Mary


Been quite some time since YHC Q’d since experiencing an injury. Felt good to be back. We welcomed an FNG – Toto…Named after the lousy 70s band, the dog, or the toilet…take your pick.

Announcements: Breaking Bread is in need. Early launch Friday run. Vinny also mentioned something but I wasn’t paying attention at the time.

Saab abides


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  1. Swirly (F3 Corporate) on

    Great to have yo back on the Q sheet Saabski !
    Way to work guys!
    Welcome Toto.
    See y’all in the gloom..

  2. Great Q, Saab! Welcome back! The derkins off the trees were a hit. Good job on the Catch me if you can, Bleeder. Have a great day all!

  3. Atta boy Saab. Total beat down administered. I’d hoped our hills jaunt last evening would’ve tired you out – it didn’t. “Swing your rear legs one over the other.” Welcome Toto.

  4. Sorry to miss the elusive Saab Q. Always a burner.

    UpChuck & Co will take Breaking Bread this month. What could be better than a good meal served by a guy named UpChuck.
    Anyone who wants to join, let me know.

  5. Way to go Saab. Excellent beat down! One could not tell you had not Q’d in a while. Time to sign you up for a kettlebell workout on the western front.