Five rounds for time of:
400 meter Run
30 Back extensions
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Weight of the Evidence: Gary Taubes
The story of how Milo of Kroton got his strength has been told for over 2,000 years. Briefly, his father gave him a bull calf to raise. One day, his father asked him, “How big is your bull today?” Milo ran outside, picked up the calf and carried him inside to show his father. Each day, his father asked him “How big is your bull today?” and each day Milo ran outside, picked up the bull and carried him to his father. This went on for a number of years. As the bull grew, so did Milo‚Äôs strength.
Unfortunately, we do not have bulls, but we have found that young children work just as well…
Gideon makes a good kettlebell.
Brian is our biggest bull calf.