Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth? …I guess not

Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth? …I guess not

Workout Date:





Lombardi, Macho man, screaming eagle, Flash, Stewie,Bling, Mr Jingles, Hoser, studebaker, varsity, slab, Mr Mom (fng)

The Thang:

Conditions 77 and humid

Yhc had the coupons had the tire loaded up and was rolling to the AO when he realized that a fuse blew and had no trailer lights. Lucky yhc wasn’t stopped 

0529 1 minute warning 

0530 disclaimer given


Ssh 30

30 tempo squats (I need to get bling and hoser to give me a class on proper cadence for this)

30 Merkins

Pax split up into teams of three and one pax grabs a tire and all mosey to the playground 

Yhc had to adapt on the fly because of the number and did a poor job of communicating but finally got it figured out


Pax 1 pushed the tire on its side to the pine tree  (40-50ft) then push it back

Pax 2 is doing pull-ups amrap

Pax 3 is doing burpees amrap

Rotate until everyone has done 5 rounds

Mosey to the bridge 

Pax performed lateral bear crawls to the center of the bridge switch sides and lateral bear crawled back down

Death by merkins 

10 merkins every minute on the minute for straight minutes. When pax finish the merkins hold plank for remainder of the minute

Yhc had to cut it short at 50 for the sake of time 

Burpee burnouts 

pax 1 pushes the tire to pax 2 pax pushes it back to pax 3 when a pax is not pushing the tire he is do amrap burpees rinse and repeat 3 times

Mosey back to rack the coupons 


Hurricane Hoedown x20 one round

Box cutters x20

Pretzel crunch x10 each side

American hammers x20




pelicans baseball 2nd f get up with Lombardi 


Discipline starts with waking up early. It really does. But that is just the beginning; you absolutely have to apply it to things beyond waking up early. It is working out, every day, making yourself stronger and faster and more flexible and healthier. It is eating the right foods, to fuel your system correctly. It is disciplining your emotions, so you can make good decisions. It is about having the discipline to control your ego, so it doesn’t get out of hand and control you. It is about treating people the way you would want to be treated. It is about doing the tasks you don’t want to do, but you know will help you. Discipline is about facing your fears so you can conquer them. Discipline means taking the hard road—the uphill road. To do what is right. For you and for others. So often, the easy path calls us: To be weak for that moment. To break down another time. To give in to desire and short-term gratification. Discipline will not allow that. Discipline calls for strength and fortitude and WILL. It won’t accept weakness. It won’t tolerate a breakdown in will. Discipline can seem like your worst enemy. But in reality it is your best friend. It will take care of you like nothing else can. And it will put you on the path to strength and health and intelligence and happiness. And most important, discipline will put you on the path to FREEDOM. -Jocko Willink 

Thank you men for letting me lead

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