Resist the urge to Pedo Saco

AO: The Hooch

When: 07/25/2018

QIC: Scrooge

PAX (): Flo, Sunshine, Boomer, El Matador, Scrooge, Sneakers, Simba, Jimbo, Piggy

Off the heals of National Tequila Day (YHC did his part, per the above photo) we needed to work of the margaritas.  There was no time to Pedo Saco today (Spanish for fart sack, according to Google).  YHC doesn’t speak a lick of Spanish, so who knows if that’s right; it’s probably some Spanish curse word or something…  Either way, here’s how it went down:

5:30am sharp we affixed our headlamps and mosey to the PC lot for a little warmup – all IC

  1. SSH
  2. Windmill
  3. Squats

Mosey over to the bottom of the CAA hill – despite the PAX trying to convince me it was already in use.  Pretty simple exercise: burpee broadjump from the bottom to the top, increasing reps each time (e.g., 1 burpee, 1 broadjump, 2 burpees, 2 broadjumps, and so on…  finishing somewhere around 9-10 depending on your jack rabbit status (Boomer).

When finished, mosey for the six between the gate and the hill top, 5 merkins at each turning point.


When we finished the hill, we moseyed to the PC lot for some extra-long merkin suicides.  Started with regular merkins, run to the first turn and back then wide, ranger and diamonds to finish it off.  All 20 reps each.  LBCs for the six.


Short mosey from our finishing spot to the PC field and since we had an odd number, it was time for 11’s – extra long run of course.  We started with plank-jacks on one end and star jumps on the other at the top of the little hill.  Of course, by the time we got to 5, the little hill was looking pretty rough each time.

LBCs and American Hammers while we waited for the six.


Indian run back towards the flag and stop for a short lunge walk, then line up a little sprint/merkin combo across the parking lot.  Basically sprint across the PL and at every cross line, do 10 fast merkins.


Back the flag for 3 min of Mary.  Finished it up with:

  1. Reverse LBCs
  2. American Hammers
  3. Dying Cockroach
  4. SSH

Prayers and praises for family health, upcoming missions trips and overall thankfulness for Gods grace in allowing us to get up each day and be iron sharpening iron to one-another.

It’s always an honor, brothers.

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