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I was beginning to think I was going to be doing a solo run in the cold this morning.  Luckily, three others rolled in just in time.  We started out with a jog down to the greenway.  We warmed up with some alternating left-right step ups, incline merkins and dips.  (20) each x 2.  Next we did a bear crawls through a tunnel and started the main event.  Today was interval sprints.  Approximately 30 seconds of sprints followed by various exercises including high planks, Sarkozy, Putin, standard merkins, incline merkins, standing dead lifts, LBCs, Rosalita’s, Hello Dollys, dying cockroach, and WWII sit-ups.  We did six intervals total.  At the end we were at the bottom of the campus, as always, and had to jog back up to the top.  We made our way across campus stopping for some quick Mary consisting of: Cannon balls, high slow flutters and alternating oblique crunches.  Luckily 8-mile came prepared with a device that would, apparently, keep track of the time of day without having to rely on the sun??  I’m still working on locating one of those.  It was 6:41 and we still had to finish our jog.  We made it back to the cars with my on-time arrival rating worse than O’Hare during a blizzard but we made it.  We closed out with a quick prayer and called it a morning. 

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