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Old 11-21-2019, 17:39   #466
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Ruck 10mi, 2:29:43, 50lb dry/ 10lb hammer carry

Working on building distance at a natural walk before adding speed. I know I have a ways to go as this pace is the bare minimum. Feet held up well, no blisters or hot spots with a combo of mole skin hikers goo and darn tough socks.
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Old 11-28-2019, 14:20   #467
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Monday
Lift
Bench 6x12
Cable Row 6x12
Knees to Elbows (ACFT style) 3x10
Run
1mi w/u
10x200m(6:30 pace)/200 jog recovery
1mi c/d

Tuesday
Ruck 60min, 75lb dry/ 10lb sledge, muddy trails

Wednesday
Lift
Squat 5x12
RDL 5x12
Pushups, pull-ups
30min Row

Thursday
Ruck 10mi, 50lb dry/10lb sledge, 2:28
-family came along for first half which was slower but picked it up in second half and was able to hit the last couple miles at a 13:15 pace. Once I build some more distance I will try and carry that pace and faster throughout.

Feet- Doing really well, bought a pair of the Nike SFB Boots which for me have worked great so far. Moleskin and Hikers goo have helped a lot and have experienced no blisters and only small hot spots. Still a work in progress.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, looking forward to closing out the year and starting the pipeline in 2020.
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Old 11-29-2019, 12:45   #468
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Not too much mud at Camp MacKall.

Mostly sand, with some clay.

If possible, suggest that you do some road work (ruck/run) on sand to develop your lower legs prior to shipping out.

Best of luck! Never quit.

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