10 of Union County’s finest rose up on this beautiful day, energized, charged, ready to attack and prepared to take in their daily dose of downpainment! Today, their only option was the MURPH…
THE THING’ E ‘ O:
COP @ VSF
Mosey to the Track
4X400 (mile 1) **actually .9994** but we’ll make up the distance from the VSF to the track.
Run the circuit around all 3 campuses to complete Mile 2! No man left behind style!
Head for cover
THE END….. (2 miles x100 pull-ups, x200 merkins & x300 squats)
10 men got after it this morning and got after it they did. Even though not everyone was able to attend the previous nights viewing — the energy was high and the PAX was eager, which was good because there was much work to be done.
The temps were cozy and the weather comfortable until Cantore called in an air assault of 35 mph gust winds accompanied with sideways silver dollar size pancake rain drops right out of the gate out on the track. (they hurt) The PAX persevered though without hesitation.
The mumble chatter was low other than encouragement as everyone was concentrating on the task at hand and pushing through. There were even a few partner carries involved during mile 2 picking up Boondock bringing him home which was quite impressive.
Impressive performance by all as everyone pushed themselves to the fullest. What we didn’t see coming (nobody saw this) was that Swiss Miss had a little extra in the tank. That being so and we had a few minutes left, he calls out “how about a little jack webb to finish us off”. #brutalbrother Sure there was mumble chatter and such but the PAX indeed finished as a unit!
For those who have yet to experience Outland, be on the lookout for Double “E” and the yodler Swiss Miss. They’re proven and ready to take the helm. I guarantee it won’t be for the weak or weary!!!
Well done to all and it was certainly my pleasure to lead such a strong group of fine young men out. It was an honor!
Zip – OUT