Monday, May 27, 2013

Memorial week continues tomorrow with "Kalsu"

Ok so many did "Murph" today. A truly iconic amount of suck that you are forced to embrace to get through it. It makes you think a lot about what others have done for you without question or even knowledge of your existence.  A great tribute to the fallen, but one day just isn't enough for the sacrifice that was made. CFC will be recognizing Memorial week and continue with some other iconic workouts. 
Tomorrow we conquer what I consider to be the worst workout I've ever done:


Every minute on the minute perform 5 burpees, then use the rest of the min to perform as many 135lbs thrusters as possible. Repeat until 100 thrusters are rep'd. 

James Robert "Bob" Kalsu (April 13, 1945 – July 21, 1970) was an All-American tackle at the University of Oklahoma and an eighth-round draft pick by the Buffalo Billsof the American Football League in 1968.

Kalsu was a starting guard in 1968. He played the entire season and was the Bills' team rookie-of-the-year.[1] Following the 1968 season, to satisfy his Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) obligation, he entered the Army as a Second Lieutenant and arrived in Vietnam in November 1969 as part of the 101st Airborne Division. He was killed in action on July 21, 1970 when his unit came under enemy mortar fire at FSB Ripcord near theA Shau Valley.

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