10 Hang Power Cleans (95/65)
22 Air Squats
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was a doting father, an animal lover and a proud soldier who dreamed of serving his country since he was barely a teenager. Cirillo became a cadet when he was just 13, then joined the Argylls of Canada – 91st Canadian Highlanders about five years ago. His most recent and final duty — standing sentry at the National War Memorial in Ottawa — began Monday. The Hamilton native was living that dream Wednesday morning Oct. 22nd, 2014 when he was gunned down in the nation’s capital while performing one of the highest honours bestowed upon only the finest Canadian soldiers — standing guard with an empty rifle over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Parliament Hill. “Someone who is assigned to ceremonial guard at the cenotaph in Ottawa is a very highly trained, qualified individual,””to stand in ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, right next to the Parliament Buildings, is one of the highest accolades you can get.” You will always be remembered.