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Updated: Mar 20

Well.... I didn't think that we could top last week, but here we are! The deluge has continued and again I want to congratulate everyone who trained on one of the wet mornings this week. We ran through the rain on Tuesday, we went undercover on Wednesday, yet still a large percentage of people hit their session commitments, and the same can be said for Thursday, when we moved the session (equipment sessions are always safer in dry(er) conditions) and still, plenty of us showed up to work hard! I am one impressed trainer!

Most of you will have noticed that we've been using a new location for our undercover sessions in Annandale. It's still in the same area, but we've been heading for the areas of the arches which have a paved or concrete floor. It makes the experience ever so slightly easier and cleaner! To find the location you can still park in the same place on Chapman Rd and walk up towards the skate park (away from the Tramsheds). You can also get to it by parking on The Crescent near the skatepark or by heading in to the car park before you go under the bridge on The Crescent (and then walking towards the Tramsheds). Not only is the new area more comfortable (which is necessary on those wet and windy mornings) but it also has better lighting (so no one's getting accidently punched in the face on Fridays).



As you know, we have our Cocktail Masterclass on the 26th March. It will take place at The Cannery, at 5.30pm. This week, I'm happy to be able to let you know details: We will be making 3 cocktails (a Margarita, a Mojito and a Negroni, each with a twist). We will have the award winning Andreas Denieul from Black Bottle in Darlinghurst instructing us, and he will be focusing on how to make cocktails with utensils you have in the kitchen. You will also receive a credit for anything purchased at The Drink Hive on the night, so you can make your own cocktails at home!

I want to encourage you all again to maintain your amazing effort. It's been so great to see so many of you at training despite the weather being less than ideal. You're setting great patterns for Winter and building strength, fitness, resilience, community and amazing memories all at the same time. Keep it up!

Don't forget the session tomorrow at Ballast Point (assuming the weather holds out!), have a wonderful weekend and I'll see you all at Daybreak!