4 Apr 14 - 14.5
I been looking forward to/dreading this one all week!
w/u - CFWU x 2 (minus dips…shoulders just not having that motion lately!)
4 time: 21-18-15-12-9-6-3 rep rounds of:
I was toast by the end…thrusters were broken 11/10, 9/9, 8/7, 6/6, and then 9/6/3 rep rounds were unbroken. Burpees were slow…basically land past the bar, step or two, turn, set, go….
$out - 5 minutes horizontal on the mat catching my breath, 1 set of 10 K2E, 1 set of 10 each side hanging side raises
Several of my Marines were in the gym during this one….one of them told me later he was getting tired just watching me…lol…gotta keep the young ‘uns on their toes!
Have a great day everyone!
Great job Top. In regards to Sheepdawg.The Youngsters were thinking , Top looks like toast when he’s done , How are they going to do that and the physical Job of loading Ord. on and off the birds all day too.I don’t blame them on that point. Just a little note on We who are or were NCOs ( Non Commissioned Officers)Enlisted ranks . We don’t get called Sir That honorific is reserved for Commissioned and Warrant Officers. Hollywood is always misinforming the public about Military protocol for the sake of artistic license and propaganda spin. Enlisted guys will normally tell you , Don’t call me Sir. I work for a living
@OPG and TopMac:
My dad (Specialist5, 2nd Armored Cav) always taught me to call anyone who was my elder “sir.” If you check our ages, you will see that Top has me by 2+ years.
Duly noted you young Whipper snapper I agree with your Dad. That’s what I taught my Kids also.My oldest is 38 this year. MSgt in the Air Force who’s eligible for 20 year retirement next year.Take care David
Y’all are killing me!! I agree with you both….and taught my kids the same! However, Sheepdawg, I’m not sure that a 3 year difference qualifies me as ‘elder’ but I guess I can’t argue with the upbringing!
Just trying to keep it light for you, brother.