Happy Birthday America

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About two months ago, Misery asked me to help him fill up the Q sheet for House of Pain.  At the time, I was going through a difficult period at work and at home, so I told him that I just couldn’t commit to it at that time.  As a result, when he reached out […]

Jacob’s Tug-o-War

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Apologies for the delayed and somewhat sketchy BB post. Last Saturday was a dual Q – which happened to fall into buckets of full-on aerobic and some righteous anaerobic training.   YHC led with Warm Up: SSH x 25 IW x 10 Nancy Kerrigans x 10/side LBAC x 10/direction Yoga inspired stretching   To the […]

Field of Dreams

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WARM-UP: Mosey to traffic circle. Good mornings x 10 IC LBAC x 10 IC forward, reverse Seal claps x 10 IC Overhead claps x 10 IC Body weight squat x 10 IC WMH x 10 IC Mosey to soccer field. THE THANG: DMC – (used cones set in 10-yard increments) – From the goal line Duck […]

Why didn’t I plan this out

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So YHC signed up for the Q while and dinner on Friday night and promptly forgot about it until about 6:47am on Saturday morning.  So with 13 full minutes to plan while driving this is what came from it.  19 PAX (including 3 FNG’s) assembled on the pitch to begin the journey of enlightenment known […]

Answering the bell

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Plugging back into Slack after a quiet Father’s Day weekend, YHC saw a message from Beano asking for someone to Answer The Bell and Q The Eagle this morning.  YHC stared at it for a minute and thought about giving it some time to see if another PAX would jump on it.  After all, YHC […]

Heavy Metal AND Tractor Tires!!!

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It was another warm and muggy Monday morning for the PAX at Kenan.  Two showed up for an EC ruck, while YHC’s EC consisted of wearing a ruck during early set up for the ME at Hooker Fields.  Two large tractor tires magically appeared on the perimeter of the fields during the winter months.  No […]

Ode to Shinnecock Hills in 1995

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With the U.S. Open on the horizon I thought I would take a stroll down memory lane with the PAX.  Shinnecock Hills in Eastern Long Island has hosted our championship four times and this year will be the 5th time.  This morning we were paying homage to the 1995 Open that Corey Pavin won. Warmup […]