AO: The Krib

When: 05/11/2023


Number of Pax: 9

Pax Names: Fogger, Giuliani, Hackey Sack, Jolly Green, JuiceyFruit, McFeely, Munger, Sir Topham,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Fogger

The BackBlast:

Weather: 65 degrees
Warmarama: Abe Vigodas, Seal Claps, Overheads, Daisy Pickers

The Thang:

Ah, the ruck – a rugged and challenging journey through the great outdoors, a true test of strength and endurance for the modern man. Our intrepid F3 fitness group recently embarked on such a journey, and what a journey it was!

We set out with determination, our rucksacks on our backs and our eyes fixed firmly on the horizon. We rucked south to the Roos Activity Center, where we faced our first challenge – a hill to climb. But climb it we did, with grit and determination, and soon found ourselves rucking down the other side, ready for whatever lay ahead.

And then came the bearcrawl – a formidable feat of strength and agility, as we made our way up the hill on all fours, our rucksacks weighing us down but our spirits soaring. And then back down the hill we went, rucksacks bouncing and hearts pumping with adrenaline.

But we were far from finished. We rucked on to the exercise area, where we put our muscles to the test with 50 ring arm pulls and 50 Little Boy Crunches. And then it was back on the road, rucking south through South Forest Park and down Beloit, our legs propelling us forward with each step.

And then, a moment of triumph – we found the American Flag, and with it, a new challenge. We did 50 step ups, each one a testament to our strength and determination, a reminder that we can conquer any obstacle if we set our minds to it.

And so we rucked back to the AO, tired but triumphant, our spirits lifted by the knowledge that we had pushed ourselves to our limits and emerged stronger for it. For the F3 man, the ruck is not just a journey – it is a way of life, a symbol of our unyielding commitment to fitness and the great outdoors.

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