Skunk Works

The Never Ending Ladder of Pain

ByAlf Oct 14, 2014

18 PAX gathered for another Tuesday rendition of the Skunk.  Based on the weekly email some were expecting Harley to Q.  Stone Cold had a bit o

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45-minute COP

BySwiss Miss Oct 7, 2014

25 men resisted the siren song of the fartsack and joined YHC for a little F3-style "stand and pound." Here's the thang: Seal jacks – 25 IC IW

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Spanglish?

ByBananas Sep 30, 2014

24 Men showed for Skunkworks, the hardest workout in the South. The Thang: 20 swings in cadence 5 lawnmower rows each side (Warmup/stretch) H

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Lots o’ Swings, so Share your Bell

ByStone Cold Sep 23, 2014

A big crowd gathered in the cool of the first day of Fall, ready to get after it and swing the iron. The Thang: Warmup- Good mornings x 15 (Wa

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Meat and Potatoes. Again.

ByTiger-Rag Sep 16, 2014

Twenty two men had the iron will to execute the hardest exercise of the day: the fartsack getup, x1 (or as many as it takes) OYO. After a rote a

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Skunkworks – Half Way

ByHarley Sep 9, 2014

28 men faced down the clock at Skunkworks. Warm-Up - Mosey to parking lot, alternating KB rack - SSH - IW - Warrior 3 pose - 1 legged KB dead li

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Skunkworks Preblast

ByHarley Sep 8, 2014

Bring your weary BRR legs to skunkworks tomorrow. There will be limited running but plenty of cardio work. We will be doing all of our work in th

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“I can’t feel my arms!”

ByBrown Sep 2, 2014

23 men put Labor Day shenanigans behind them and tried their best to hold their own, and their bell, this morning. COP: SSH x 25 IW x 24 (I sh

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Skunkworks – KBs and Burning Hair

ByHarley Aug 26, 2014

17 men chose to forego BRR prep or merkin mania and take on the skunk. Our plan was simple - go hard, carry KBs, burn hair. Warm Up - SSH - Impe

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It’s Never Safe To Challenge A Skunk

ByYoung Love Aug 21, 2014

18 men rose in the pre-dawn gloom of the A51 AO to join together for the weekly ritual we've all come to enjoy. This morning, a two-fold challeng

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