Northeast Tennessee

The Pain of Sisyphus

Northeast Tennessee The Hill (Science Hill)

14 men (Runners and Ruckers) braved the first of the season of UBER cold

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DISCLAIMER
PRAYER
COP

  • 10x TTT
  • 10 Count WMH each leg
  • 1 warm-up lap
  • On the field: Butt Kickers/High Knees/Karaoke to the 20 Yard line & Lunges to the 10

THE THANG

The Pain of Sisyphus (not to be confused with syphilis the venereal disease – just saying, if you’re asking 🤪) is a figure from Greek mythology who was punished when Zeus dealt him the eternal sentence of being forced in Hades to roll an immense boulder up a hill only for it to roll down every time it neared the top, repeating this action for eternity.

Our version of that happened on Pactolas Hill…with suicides up and down at every lamp post. – though not an eternity….it sure felt like it.

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To finish off, the group went back to track for the remaining 10 minutes to run intervals

CIRCLE OF TRUST
PRAYER

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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