OBC Timing Records).
The circuit for benchmarking assessment is similar every month but the condition of the field varies all the time without a perfect field condition. At times, the field was flooded with ankle deep mud and once, the field was dry but with an uneven surface (resulting from the mud & flood). Today, part of the field was muddy and un-even. I heard Claire fell while running. During one of the assessment, I lost my shoe and had to search for it in the mud. In another assessment, I lost the right shoe sole and ran without it...... it was so slippery.
There were two part of the assessment. First part was for overall strength and the second part was a 1-mile run. For more details on the benchmark circuits, please refer to previous blog-entry (January-Assessment; December Assessment, November Assessment)
Before the warm-down, I did another 30 repetition of push-up... suddenly I felt the exercise today was not enough... Maybe I need to go to the gym later. Now, I am still feeling very 'high' probably from the excess adrenaline during that last sprint....
Maybe this is why the Bootcamp is so addictive!!
Other OBC References:
January OBC 2010: OBC jan 12/12, OBC Jan 11/12, OBC Jan 8/12, OBC jan 7/12, OBC Jan 6/12, OBC jan5/12, OBC jan4/12, OBC jan3/12, OBC-Jan2/12, OBC-Jan1/12.
December OBC 2009: Kiasu 15, Kiasu 14, Kiasu 13, Kiasu 12, Kiasu 11, Kiasu 10, Kiasu 9, Kiasu 8, Kiasu 7, Kiasu 6, Kiasu 5, Kiasu 4, Kiasu 3 (timing), Kiasu 2, Kiasu 1.
November 2009 OBC: Bootcamp 13, Bootcamp 12, Bootcamp 11, Bootcamp 10, Bootcamp 9,Bootcamp 8, Bootcamp 7, Bootcamp 6, Bootcamp 5, Bootcamp 4, Bootcamp3, Bootcamp2, Bootcamp 1..