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Great work this morning, kids. Glad to be back. Hope you didn’t find yourself too rusty after that week-long break. We’ll back in the park tomorrow.

A reminder for most, but a little tidbit of info for some of our new(er) friends… Maybe this afternoon or tonight, possibly when you get up tomorrow a.m…. there may be some soreness. Soreness like you’ve not felt in a long time. Heck, maybe it was there today when you woke up. But it will probably be greater later today. At least that’s my experience with DOMS. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness is totally natural. It can happen when starting a new exercise regimen or changing that regimen up with movements, intensity or duration. It happens not only to newbies, but to experienced worker-outers (this is me making up words again). Don’t worry. It’s normal. It’s a result of eccentric muscle contractions like running up or down hill, squatting, push ups… you know… all the stuff we do in Bootcamp. And it leads to greater stamina and strength. How do you deal with it? Stretch, use active recovery, hydrate, take an ice or contrast water bath, use the R.I.C.E. rule (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation), try yoga or a sports massage. Most importantly, keep moving!

Eat well, get plenty of water and stretch again today. Remember that if you have to miss BC some morning, remember to email Carter ahead of time. Otherwise… push ups for everyone (in your honor)!

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AMRAP12 of 5 Push Ups, 10 Sit Ups, 15 Squats, 20 Step Ups. Strength: Prowler x5.

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