Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

The Mountain


11 fighters leaped out of the fart sack for some fun that went something like this…

Mosey around the school parking lot and then across the street into the new neighborhood. Continue to the circle and run around 4x (2x forward, 2 backward) and then back across the street behind the medical building.

COP All IC – 25 SSHs, 10 don quixotes, 10 helicopters, arm circles, 10 tempo merkins, 10 tempo LBCs, 10 copperhead squats

Mosey back across the street to the sidewalk.

The Mountain

Partner up. One partner runs up the hill to the bridge and back. The other partner exercises for the following cumulative exercises:

  • 100 hand-release merkins
  • 200 squats
  • 300 mountain climbers
  • 400 LBCs
  • 250 SSHs/ 250 invisible jump ropes

Mosey to the flag

Numerama, Namerama, Announcements, YHC took us out.

Announcements – Ghost flag is coming to WDog tomorrow from DaVille. 4th of July Convergence at Tredegar.


Gravity works. We verified that this morning on the runs up (and down) the hill to/from the bridge.

The PAX came ready for a fight and they got one. YHC took them along the normal mosey path but took a hard right and caused confusion. The multiple times around the circle (forward and backward) seemed to warm up the PAX and get them ready to rumble.

The COP was ready to start when Spit called out a bunny rabbit near the fence. YHC called for a bunny chase and counted to 3. The PAX stormed after the bunny but it escaped under the fence.

The Mountain provided an opportunity for the PAX to put “you vs. you” to the test and the PAX crushed it. Every man pushed through the runs and exercises. YHC received some words of encouragement while running up/down the hill when someone said, “I am going to kill you” and then Yardsale said, “I took up an offering this weekend to send you back to Jersey.” Sounds like YHC was able to provide a challenge!

As always, Spike and Helix were unstoppable on the run/exercise combinations. Spit suffered an injury that prevented the exercises but he more than made up for it by sprinting up/down the hill.

It was an honor to lead the PAX on a fantastic morning in DaVille!

The Carpenter


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