Matthew 4:19

Matthew 4:19

COP

See THE THANG

THE THANG

The entire workout was a COP…

Mosey to a central location where we could stand athwart

SSH X 25

10 BURPEES on your own (oyo)

Run in Place (RIP)

MERKINS X 10 in cadence

RIP

9 BURPEES oyo

RIP

SQUATS X10 in cadence and slow

RIP

8 BURPEES oyo

RIP

WIDE ARM MERKINS X10

RIP

7 BURPEES oyo

RIP

Carolina Dry Dogs X10

RIP

6 BURPEES oyo

RIP

PLANK X 120S rt leg high, lft leg high…(Pax favorite)

RIP

5 BURPEES oyo

RIP

REVERSE LUNGES X10 EA Leg

RIP

4 BURPEES oyo

RIP

Cumberland County Viaduct X 10 EA SIDE

RIP

3 BURPEES oyo (Q cannot count, so after skipping this, added it after doing 1 Burpee below)

RIP

PLANK 60S

RIP

2 BURPEES oyo

RIP

LOW SLOW SQUAT X25 in cadence

RIP

1 BURPEE oyo

RIP

GOOD MORNINGS X10

JACK WEBB PYRAMID 8 & 24

REPEATO ALL ABOVE IN REVERSE, ASCENDING BURPEE COUNT, ORDER (NO JW PYRAMID)

MOSEY TO MUD PIT

MARY

SSH X25

COT

Nameorama with 16 pax posting in the miserably cold rain

BOM

Young Love delivered a nice prayer.

MOLESKINE:

WOW, it sure was wet in the gloom! Too wet even to schwing the iron pre-beatdown. Sixteen dedicated men posted knowing that, for 45 minutes (possibly 42 minutes), time would tick slowly. As the Pax readied themselves to mosey, it was noted that Header was donning a very nice rain suit.  This would only be outdone by TR (Gorton’s Fisherman) who, YHC is convinced, at some point must have spent time with the men of Deadliest Catch.  YHC was glad that Brown was able to locate the pax as the “under cover” location wasn’t typical nor easy to find.  Maybe he was in search of coupons for fellow Pax.  Thanks, Brown!

The Pax reached O2 deprivation partially from the beatdown but also, for some, from their rucks repeatedly smashing against the backs of their heads…#hemotoma. YHC noticed that some pax were looking for a more manly experience by standing where the rain would hit them a bit harder (Young Love) while others looked for greater comfort via door matts to kneel on while doing Jack Webbs and CCV’s. 

Great ladder work, gentleman!  Thank you for the opportunity to lead this morning.  Please keep coming out to Kevlar as others might benefit from your second F more than you realize.

Aye!!

 

 

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Horsehead
10 years ago

He had on sleeves under the fishing suit.

Good Hands
10 years ago

Great Q today, Cottonmouth! Very glad I chose not to fartsack (after much deliberation).

Bulldog
Bulldog
10 years ago

Cottonmouth you are were prepared for anything! The strap on Weinke was a clever move in those #Cantore conditions.

Hops
Reply to  Bulldog
10 years ago

I think we all can agree that “strap on Weinke” should never again be used – verbally and certainly not in writing

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