Day 13 Yep that was a hero workout

One more day and my grip should be good. I feel like I have knocked off the easier ones trying to let hands heal. What is a big one I can do without being on the bars:


Five rounds for time of:
22 Kettlebell swings, 2 pood
22 Box jump, 24 inch box
Run 400 meters
22 Burpees
22 Wall ball shots, 20 pound ball

Ahh, when I first looked at it, it never said weight of kettle bell, so I was like be 1.5 please, cause that is a lot of swings, nope 2 Pood. Boy this workout was pain from the start and continued the whole way . A true hero wod of you want to quit in the first round. I think of the troops with each wod and think if they can sacrifice and then I think what kind of piece of shit am I if I can't continue on. So I continue and it's not fun, I guess it's not supposed to be. In the last round as I go to start my run I feel a pain in my Left side low in my stomach, feels to low to be a cramp and it has almost stopped my run, fuck me do I have a hernia. I slowly get back to the gym. I am mad thinking I might be done, but I am also thinking if it's not I am finishing this wod. I didn't just do 4 3/5 of a 5 round work out to not make this count. So I start my burpees, I go slow and it's fine, now that I think of it they aren't that much slower then my last set of burpees. Wall balls and done. Maybe it was just a cramp, Whoa!! Done a big one 51:40. That is 15 in 13 days, so 15 down, 46 to go.

 Army Captain Dan Whitten, 28, of Grimes, Iowa, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, based out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, died February 2, 2010, when enemy forces in Zabul, Afghanistan, attacked his vehicle with an improvised explosive device. Whitten is survived by his wife, Starr Whitten, his mother, Jill Whitten, his father, Dan Whitten, and his sister, U.S. Army Captain Sarah Whitten.

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