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Today’s is simple:
4 Mile Ruck
Post time and weight.
Don’t go crazy with weight or speed.
First time with my Tactical Research Belleville (TR103) Mini-Mil Boots with a drop of 2 mm.
What is “drop”?
“Drop” is referred to as the height differential between heel and mid-sole of a shoe. For years, traditional training shoes have been built with a 12-15mm heel-toe differential. The moderate minimalist shoes typically have a 4-10mm heel-toe drop and zero-drop shoes are generally those that fall in the 0-4mm range.
I skipped today. It’s been raining like pouring water out of a boot, but I did trek about a mile through a swamp in waders chasing a duck this am.
June 2017 Intro CQB, FOF-Team Deplorables
October 2017 MVT South - CTT/DA
March 2018 DCH
I was stricken with a case of He-bola or Man-fluenza yesterday. Needless to say, I’ll be making up Day 8 and 9 once I’m back on my feet. Not dropping out…just a set back.
Well played sir…does it count that I worked a full 8 hour shift in the ER while sick? Turned out to just be strep throat…keep the jabs coming, that’s what I love about this forum!
I did this one today @ 1: 04:18, with a 21 pound pack
Oops, I missed the start and have a lot of making up to do. Better late than never, hopefully.
So, seeing this, I put the pack on this evening and did the 4 miles.
43# pack, 4 miles in 47’59”.
Wearing a new pair of the Goruck MACV-1 boots, great for this and even just for wearing around. Ankle boots that weigh just a tad more than running shoes, they’re good, if spendy.
CTT 10-2014, CTT 1504, RnG/CQB/FoF October 2016, 2017 Georgia CTT/DA, DCH 2018.
Skipped lunch and did this instead. Complete. 35-40lb ruck.
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