This is a blog I started a while back when someone told me they weren’t in shape and thus couldn’t come to NP. It went something like this: “Of course you can.” That wasn’t a very good blog at all.
Today Nick Paul conquered the 15×15. He’s only the 3rd person ( the other happened to be at 5:30 am…props to you John!) to actually that finish that workout within the time limit. Nick is fast…really fast. But for him,
As many of you know, I grew up in Baltimore and in my early years we didn’t have a football team. The Baltimore Colts skipped town in the middle of the night in 1984, shamefully relocating themselves to Indianapolis. Luckily,
This little guy is getting married today, so we dedicated the workout to him and his far superior partner Siran. Now folks, don’t go thinking every time you pull off a wedding you’re going to get a matrimony themed workout.
We made it guys, it’s almost 2017. By the looks of it Sam (left) is pretty damn excited about escaping the icy grasp of 2016. I was thinking about writing a long post about everything we have done this year,
This morning was about breaking outside of your comfort zone, making some new friends (HOPEFULLY) and working hard to try to finish the workout. Just to make sure we kept things moving the sleigh bells burnout added some fun
Today was a foggy morning. It’s mornings like these, spooky, gloomy days where completing a workout ( especially P.R day) makes you feel just a bit more awesome than the not-sweaty dude standing in front of you in line for
Dudes and Dudettes, I’m going to start with all of the important information and then move on to whatever it is I end up meandering on about. It may be nothing, we’ll find out when we get there. You have
“I’m going to keep this very short. Like…really really short. No wasted words. It’s going to be so short. You’ve never seen a blog so short, that’s how short it’s going to be. I write the shortest blogs. All of
Today was a big day in the NP community. We brought on two new tribes ( London and Amsterdam…welcome to the squad), hit massive numbers in Baltimore ( What’s the deal with 6:30 only having 30 more people than 5:30?