Are you an OG?

interested in becoming one?

29th August’s Sunday Arvo Gee-Up was all about honoring the OGs and it was dedicated to the dedicated

O.G. could stand for a number of things – ‘Old Guys’… etc. but for the purpose of this, I’m talking about Original Gangsters….

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Urban Dictionary (def. #4) 

O.G.
O.G., original gangster (pronounced “oh gee”)

An O.G. is a senior gang member who has been in that gang since way back in the day and lived to tell the tale.

These kids act like they’re O.G., but they’re just punks, kids playing gangster.

#og#og#o.g#o.g.#original gangster#original gangsta#oh gee#o gee

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People come and go all the time, but for some people, their incredible character shines through in the form of consistency and stickability. They’ve seen and experienced the highs and the lows but at the end of the day – they’re still here, training on the regular – and they ought to be congratulated!

3+ years Honour Role – We Salute you!

Bronwyn Jackson
David Jansen
Elmira Tapaskhanova
Karel Weimar
Mathew Osborne
Matt White
Matthew Zaharias
Renee Rose
Rob Rigby
Sam Bettison
Tim Armstrong
Wayne Buchhorn

5+ years Honour Role – We Salute You!

Brenden Hayes
Dave Nowlan
Eliza Nowlan
Ewen Lawler
Ivan Lawler
Karen Lawler
Kristy Whiles
Kylie Sharman
Louisa Hou
Morten Jammer
Nick Hind
Tahni Lawler
Kenyah Lawler
Zoeann Waddell
Bec Anderson
Andrew Rose
Kim Bennett
Jase Lyons

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Tim Armstrong (6:30 am regular, coming up on 5 years, and his daughter: Emma does CF Teens) posted this

“It’s been a tough year training-wise with my health being up and down, but it’s the Adapt family that keeps me coming back. I know if I have to disappear for a week or two that my 6:30 crew will be there to give the usual shit-stirring, friendship and encouragement when I walk through the door.

I take a long view of my fitness. It’s not where I want it to be right now, but this is just a point in time. I don’t look at today, this week, this month. I look six, twelve months ahead, keeping my long-term goals in sight and not sweating the little challenges day by day.

Training at Adapt is my hour of me. The daily stresses of life disappear for that hour and I’m there in the moment sweating it out among friends. No matter what’s on the board, or how I’m feeling on the day, I make sure there’s some fun in my workout, some laughs with the crew and coaches. It’s what’s kept me going nearly five years and I’m not stopping anytime soon.”

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From the very bottom of my heart, I want to say thank you.

I love having you guys as part of the #adaptcf fam – we’ve got history here 😉

I look forward to many more years of getting our fitness on, together!

~ Coach B