#PJDropping100 | Memorial Day, Day 82

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What a great turn out at 9AM!

Today, I honor all service men and women who have given their lives for our freedom. And thank you to all the veterans who served and all the active and reserve duty who continue to serve. I know freedom is not free and what you do is much appreciated.

Today, 45 of my friends and I at CrossFit Fayette celebrated Memorial Day morning with a hero WOD, known in the CrossFit community simply as “MURPH.” This is a grueling WOD of about an hour consisting of a 1 mile run, then 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups, and 300 air squats, and is topped off with another 1 mile run.

 

After MURPH Byron-Me-DonEven though, I’ve lost a bunch of weight with Fresh ‘N Fit’s great tasting meal plans, I still need to scale movements, so I did MURPH on a boat. That’s right I rowed in lieu of running, and I scaled the pull-ups as well. Like Rich Froning no clock, I just finished. I did get beat by 73 year old Mr. Don Scott. He actually beat my friend Byron and I. I’m so proud of Don and how he attacks CrossFit at his age. Don, you are an inspiration.

Again, thank you to all the military for my freedom. And thank you for following, and remember to be better today than you were yesterday. May God bless us all.


At Fresh ‘N Fit Cuisine, we’re proud to be a part of Patrick’s mission to lose weight. All 5 of our chef prepared, gourmet menus are nutritionally balanced and approved by our in-house Registered Dietitian.

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