We returned to the center circle after each round to keep the group together… which was necessarly as 50 pound Waffles was flying past everybody on this one.
5 laps around the field is usually about a mile… although I heard some dissenters informing me that we were short on the distance… only one thing to do about that….
A quick mosey to the other soccer field because it has more lines. We had 6 stops and did 5 burpees at each stop before returning to the end line where we started. Gazelles came around and swept up the 6.
An audit is ongoing, but between the mucho chesto mile and the burpees, it should have been a grand total of 300 push ups.
With time running short, it was time to mosey back to the flag.
Postal channeled his inner Mufasa for some American Hammers.
Waffles called a whole bunch of Flutter kicks.
Cheneral exposed the Qs poor BBSU form.
Laces had some double (or maybe triple) time mountain climbers.
Zohan closed us out with some boxcutters.
Everyone was very ambitious with their rep count back by the flag today… I love it!
Thanks to Spandex and Scar for getting the Gladiator started and Spandex for serving as the site Q for two years. The PAX donated a YETI coffee thermos with Spandex’s name on it and Scar provided quite the elegant Gladiator Helmet. If you want to see Spandex’s final gift, you’ll have to return to the BD on June 30th.
There will be a long ruck next weekend. It will be a night ruck, most likely launching from Rubicon.
A continued plea for more platelets at the behest of BlackBox’s long lost friend that said that was something that we could all actually do.
Praise for a successful Grand Opening of CH Home for Shrinkage and his M.
YHC will be taking over as site Q, I guess planning on a year… who knows how that’s actually supposed to work! But I am honored to serve and proud to be a member of this group of men.
It was great to see a big group again and proud that we are able to still build each other up responsibly.