Exercise thread


Go Ely! You do you.


3 people are on a plane that’s going to crash and there are only 2 parachutes. I am one of the people followed by a disc golfer and someone who plays squash. I don’t tell the disc golfer or squash player that there are any parachutes, take both and jump out of the plane.


I need to get in workouts, and I hate jogging, walking on a treadmill and that stuff.

I’d much rather be out in the woods hiking, throwing a disk using my legs, back, arms and shoulders. There’s usually a good bit of hill climbing, bending, lifting and carrying involved. I’ve always been competitive and If I can turn it into a game it will keep me coming back to try to improve my “score”.

Also I can sip on a beer and take the occasional puff and it won’t bother anybody.


I get my exercise in the old-fashioned way.

I put on a clown mask and beat homeless people with bats.

Call me a romantic, I guess.


WillieCash meet mrgay. Gay meet Willie. .


Dougo makes me proud to come out. I don’t know why I felt ashamed.



Report back on the admissions policy for disk golfers when you have a chance.


I’d rather suck a dick than play disc golf.




Anything to help y’all come out!


Well yeah me too but that doesn’t make disc golf bad.


Well, in an either/or situation…


aren’t you bisexual?

so win fucking win


That’s not the point.



so, you’re continually looking for positions to put yourself in wehre you get to suck a dick!



Balv next time you come to Seattle, I demand we meet up for a squash match! I work around the corner from SAC now, so no excuse! I also don’t know how to play, but have racquetball experience.



Yeah, this retort doesn’t have any sting coming from you.


I remember when my university started a lacrosse program, and I asked if they had established a new date rape goal in the strategic plan. Good times.


Consider it done
I’ve played there a bunch :slight_smile:


There are 4 public disk courses in town. Apparently it’s a thing, and has been for longtime. They hold off on throwing when I run by or through on the trail. I take it as sign of coexisting.


Most disc golfers I’ve met will be very conscious of others in the area… They just built a single-track mountain bike trail that weaves its way through parts of two courses at a park near me. Nobody wants to hit anyone with a disc, ever.