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  • When: 08/01/16
  • AO:
  • QIC: Kuiche and Radar
  • FNG's:
  • PAX: Outhouse, D-fib, Whoopee, Sargento, Tool Time, Anthrax, Positraction (FNG)

Its always great to have a VQ at F3. But a Co-VQ… JACKPOT!!!!

9 men came out to DeRecho on a Monday morning to brave the experience of a co-VQ from Radar and Quicke. Given that neither of us had done this before, we started about 1 minute late.  Sorry guys, we’ll get better next time


With one FNG, we went thru the disclamer, noting that we were all idiots, but even greater idiots for showing up in the day of a Co-VQ. Thankfully, no one walked out at this point.

WARM UP (IC)-  (Radar)

  • SSHx20
  • Imperial Walkers x 20
  • LBC x 15
  • Mountain Climbers x 15
  • Squats x 10
  • Merkins x 10

THE THANG (Qiuiche)

Given a Monday morning work-out and the upcoming BRR for several of us, we engaged in the work-out that has allowed me (Quische) to maintain my sanity for the past several years: WE RAN (oops, I mean MOSEYED)!!!!  Starting at DeRecho, and trying to simulate the BRR on a mini scale, we attempted to create the hilliest route we could for about 35 minutes thru Cramerton. In the middle, we even “sprinted” up a 10% grade hill for about a tenth of a mile (great work by the PAX to gut this out!!). With no break after the sprint, we moseyed back to DeRecho, and by the end of the run, we had gone right about 4 miles at around an 8:30-8:40 pace (again, great work by the PAX). I think the best part about it was that with the pace we were keeping, there was little room for mumble chatter from Tool Time as it was much more efficient for him to breathe rather than talk (Keep this in mind, for anyone who is Qing in the future).



Advisory meeting pushed back to this next Sunday, BRR meeting tonight at Gaston Sheet Metal at 7


Posi-Traction (FNG) joined the group this morning due to an unfortunate friendship with Tool TIme (I feel like I am piling on Tool Time at this point, but I’m just going to go with it). I think the name has something to do with My Cousin Vinny, When it was brought up, mumble chatter about “utes” appropriately ensued. If you have any other questions about the origins, ask Whoopee.


Whoppee’s friends daughter was recently diagnosed with thyroid cancer, in her 20s. Prayer for wisdom and healing as the family goes through this difficult time


Lest we forget the most important minute we spent during the 45 minutes together


Radar, thanks for working with me on this one. It was an honor to serve you guys this morning, and I can only hope that we will continue to make each other better- Kuich