Pax: Nabisco w/ 2.0 & Muck
As the school year begins, getting out to evening rucks is getting a little more challenging. On one side, I think to myself, “Muck, what are you doing. Let’s shelf Thicker ’til next year. You did Pathfinder and a TL, you’re straight bru.” and the other side is saying, “Yo, Muck, these Tuesday nights have been awesome. You’re getting stronger and more built then ever. You’re like a Younger, more-Ripped version of Kato from back in the day.”
Seriously, I have seen some great things come about our Tuesday evening rucks. It has brought us closer together. Most notably, Ansel has come on strong. This guy is dynamic in the NWI and Chicago rucking community and has plans to go regional. He has maintained the South Shore Ruck Club, helped start The Region Ruck Club, hosts a Wednesday night ruck, Course Advisor for Pathfinder, his own personal training facility in Merrillville, and overall BA. This guy is the definition of F3.
Another thing, rucking evens the playing field. Whether you’re a gazel or a clydesdale, whether you’re out of shape or are in great shape, you can benefit from rucking. There is an opportunity to EH everyone into it. Guys 70+ years old all blown out can do this stuff. Guys in my church that need to get around more can do this stuff.
Evening time is another consideration. Some people just can’t post in the morning. Evening rucks are accessible with their schedule.
There is a strong Veteran community in NWI. This is a market that could be tapped into rucking.
Lastly, missing out of family time the hardest for me. Rucking can lend itself for 2.0’s to join in. Imagine, NWInd having a family night that emphasizes fitness and fellowship. How awesome would that be?
If you don’t have kids, bring your dog… Or just your dog. They need exercise too.
I can’t do it alone. I need you guys to support Tuesday night or whatever night. Lets get involved, lets EH, lets get our family out there, lets make it happen.
The night and location can be changed up if that would help.
Back to the BB, Nabisco and I rucked 4.5 miles.