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Rucking University Class 003 AAR
The Classroom Rucking and Social Fitness w/ Cadre Garrett Sustain: Presentation of A ctive R esistance T raining and the fundamentals. Improve: More time spent on the nuts-and-bolts of cultivating and running a rucking club. Facebook vs emails, how often to...

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Hero WOD: Togi
Jason Togi (DERECHO 36) KIA 26 AUG 2013 Collage by Samoa News Hero Workout of the Day: Togi 400 meter run (warm-up) 36 Russian kettle-bell swings 9 24-inch box-jumps 100 meter sprint 27 Russian kettle-bell swings 18 24-inch box-jumps 100 meter sprint 18 Rus...

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Pi Day and Amish Four Grain
Despite what some crabby people will tell you, it's Pi day. And since it only comes every hundred years, we decided to celebrate a bit. Pillsbury cheery-blueberry filling recipe I was not successful centering my Pi symbol Pizza Pie from  Rollo's Eleanor sme...

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Red Nose Day and Leute Bokbier
Red Nose Day is a charity telethon done every two years to raise money for children's medical research. It's produced by British charity Comic Relief  and broadcast by the BBC and commonwealth affiliates, but hasn't had much traction here in the United Stat...

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Ranger Museum and Ranger IPA
Photo from CenTexFun.com Eleanor's official first museum visit (of many, no doubt) is the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco. Photo from TexasRanger.org I'm not going to recount the illustrious history of the Rangers here. Go to the museum or wiki...

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Kabul and Krombacher Alkoholfrie
Back in November 2013 I had a layover of a few days in Kabul and realized how poorly I had documented the deployment. I tried to take a bunch of photos to capture the atmosphere of the area before I left the country, but I am not very good at it. Before our...

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ICON Alliance
A lot of cruiser/classic bike riders don't wear full face helmets. I was one; my first helmet is/was what's called a 3/4th style where eyebrows to jaw is open to the road. It afford great visibility, feels very free, and I'll still wear it on a low speed ex...
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