Dec 6, 2011

120712 Wednesday

For time (sort of):

Run 3 miles

11 comments:

Alex E. said...

Its more like a 3 mile run for max time...

Meg Smith said...

Alex, just a courtesy reminder that I need the WOD for my morning group. Thanks!

Have fun on the accordion run!

james said...

If anyone else is interested I am going to do "Wood" (See mainsite) tmw at 0500.


Meg - we haven't forgotten - but it might be late before we get it to you.

Mike said...

I'm going to figure out some workout to do in the hotel "fitness center."

Have a good time in the "run."

Scott said...

Hey, we are doing this at Fort Gordon as well. Last time it was quite a site. I never saw so many people drop out of a run in my life. I stopped counting after 87, and I was running near the front of the formation. I'd estimate that hundreds of people actually did not finish. I have to be in formation at 0445 for a 0630 run. I better stop typing or I will be late.

james said...

Update from IMCF games HQ. Two minivans have been towed over the border to mexico and sold. As a result we have two new teams:

Karin/Stacey P
Julie M/Jeff

No changes to other teams. Sorry for the disruption but the minivan world is fickle.

scottnkelly9901 said...

IMCF Hohenfels:

ILO a 3-mile "run", subbed Angie

24:47 - very sluggish especially on pull-ups...still sore from yesterday.

Have fun on the CAC walk...er...run!

Scott said...

30:41. Post Run at Fort Gordon. This was certainly a run for max time. I didn't even count the half mile or so we marched before we started running. Much less dropouts this run. Glad we wore LS pt shirts and jackets for the balmy 66 degrees down here--at least I got a good sweat going.

james said...

"Wood" 15.26 then 3 miles in say 35 minutes more like 17 here than 66.

Kay said...

A whole bunch fell out early in the run, and that doesn't include the brigade-sized element of profiles! Toes were numb for most of the run; my car thermostat said it was 14 degrees.

Remember Pearl Harbor Day is today.

Mac said...

Not even sure how to characterize this morning's "run", although disgraceful comes to mind; "marshmallow major" is probably a better description than "iron major" for our formation. I'm sure our sister service members and foriegn visitors were impressed...
Anyway, I've vented, and am looking forward to tomorrow's goodness!