Thursday, March 31, 2011

Be All that You Can Be

A couple of months ago Will came in to CFSJ to prepare for Army bootcamp. Beginner is an understatement, and I am not trying to be mean, but there was a lot of work to be done. I have to say that today, I am completely surprised by not only the incredible progress that Will made in two months (in fact, he passed his physical fitness test), but I am impressed at the dedication and persistence that Will has shown. After all, he is the one that has done all the work, and Will we wish you good luck and safety in your new career with the Army.

Fight Gone Bad

3 rounds of 1 minute of the following with 1 minute rest between rounds

Wallballs (20/16)

Sumo High-pull Deadlifs (75/55)

Push press (75/55)

Box jumps (18")

Calorie Row

1 comment:

Nix said...

OMG! That is not my nephew! He is adorable and looks great! Kudos to you, Will!