Well I finished a bit ago, about to recharge, completely brutal! I filmed the entire 1K and believe me it was harder than I thought it would be. 1K of burpees for me isn't difficult, but 1K with both the 100 and 60 pound balls was a bit much. I picked up the 100 and threw it, and picked up the 60 pressed it, squatted it and tossed it then burpee in between each. After the first 15 I rubbed my eyes, being allergic to grass made the entire event painful! I slipped on wet grass twice, was covered in wet muck from the sprinklers, yet I didn't stop! I would like to use this event as a metaphor about everything in life. We challenge ourselves everyday, we create goals, we strive to become better. Everyone wants the best body, big house, money, great health, endurance, strength, fame, glory etc! Not everyone is willing to put the effort forward it takes to get these things. A lot of people talk a good game (me included) but at the end of the day, do you do want you say you do? Many factors can keep you from your goals, family, work, stress, children, etc. which equates to TIME, how much time do you have? Think about that, not how much time do you have to reach your goals but time to live! A finite amount is offered to us, are we making the most of it? So today doing this event, I was tired from the night before, I didn't want to wake up, I didn't want to bring the balls, hell I could have just said I did it and stayed home in bed! No matter what today was important for me because as bad as I felt, swollen eyes, knees hurting, I finished what I said I would do. I might not ever be the best athlete, but I will be damned if I will ever give up!!! So the next time you set a goal for yourself, follow through, you are only cheating yourself if you don't! One day you will be too old to do the things you dreamed of doing, are you going to look back with regret or are you going to smile and think, yes I did that!! Have a blessed day, Video to follow once I figure out how to put 2 hours of video up lol.