You may not have heard, but I’ve officially posted for 2 consecutive days and without quitting the Playhouse. How long can I keep this blistering pace of commitment? Will I make it all the way to Commitment this Saturday and complete the Octuple? Sounds impossible, but the support encouragement motivation other PAX might help me get there.
15 joined me in a copycat version of Foundation’s Q couple weeks back. I had so much fun on that day that I wanted to imitate as much of it as possible.
DiCCS given prematurely with a full minute to spare.
Let’s mosey a fast lap and back to the Flag to circle up.
SSH’s until I shut up – I finally stopped when the crying complaining instructions we finally given. I love to hear my own voice, very inspirational.
Lesson learned on not getting everyone stretched out the way they like. Everyone needs a good stretch every so often.
Mosey to the front of the school.
Circle up for some low slow squats until there is only one man left. This was an epic fail. Usually you can see who is out. We stopped at 50 and they were terrible.
Mosey over to another race track we had set up. Same teams as before, but this time we would run a lap.
Everyone on your 6 to do as many BBSU’s as you can. I think the group stopped before I shat myself around 56 reps.
We still have time, let’s have each person do two laps. Yep, you guessed it. Another Loss.
Mosey to the front of the school to get the cones and get back to COT.
I’ve been giving consistent effort the past few months, little to none. I can give you a bunch of true and irrelevant reasons why, but who really cares? Not me. Let’s jump back in and get stupid with a bunch of clown’s great guys. Everyone did a great job of mumbling today. There are plenty of times where Gerber can run you 6+ miles, but it is nice to be in proximity to each other and hear all the nonsense. I laughed more today than I have at a site in quite some time. I can lift on my own, I can even run on my own, but being surrounded by this much stupidity is impossible to replicate. Thanks to everyone for making today such a good time.