12 Nov 10

TEAM WOD –
Total MBC in 24 minutes.
1 – 400 m run
2 – MCB
3 – Rest.

Runner sets pace. One man does MBC while one is running and one is resting. When runner comes back, rotate and pick up the count where the MBC left off.

Grieve the Warrior, You
Author: Earl Davis
Every decision made is the result of a choice, sometimes mine, sometimes yours. It was my choice to join. It was your choice what I was to be. God did not make the Warrior, man did. In the life we live, the Warrior is a necessity. It is the responsibility of the Warrior to protect and defend the freedom of others, no matter how high the cost. The color of freedom is red.

Grieve the Warrior, You.
Once a Warrior is made, there is no going back. He is forever changed. It is up to you to honor and respect the Warrior in his transformations. A Warrior has wisdom you will never know, let alone understand. Among Indian tribes of old, only a Warrior could become Chief, and only a Chief could advance to Sage.

Grieve the Warrior, You.
There is a Wall filled with bygone heroes, honored and respected. A virtual Wall exists with four times the names, fallen Warriors that shouldn’t be, but driven there by dishonor and disrespect. There are many, many more who are alive, but dead at the same time. You have chosen to put it all behind you. It is past now, so let us forget it, like it never happened. Warriors can’t put it down, can’t forget because it is still happening to their minds.
Grieve the Warrior, You.

Whatever you think of them, or not think of them, doesn’t change a thing. You have made them Warriors and Warrior forever they will be. You see I am a Warrior. No one ever says, “I was” or “I will be”, but “I am.” I am the price of your freedom. Your world exists because of mine, and mine exist because of yours. Your visions are many and varied, of bright and beautiful things to come. The visions of a Warrior are contained in a one thousand-yard stare.
Never mind, the Warrior will grieve You.

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