2/5/20 – 25 degrees feel like 14 

14 PAX – Khakis (Respect), Tater Tot, Firewalker, 2 Step, Whit Claw, Slick, Sal, Armbar, The Plague, Blue Suede, FDIC, Uncle Rico, Vandelay

Q – Bubbles

The PAX were welcomed, the disclaimer was made, and the mission statement was stated! The PAX then moseyed to the bank for Warm-A-Rama


  • SSH 25 IC
  • Tappy Taps 15 IC
  • Tater Taps 10 IC
  • High Knees 20 IC

The Thang

  • The PAX moseyed around the lake to the first stop, by the Regency Apartments club house.
    • PAX performed 10 Merkins and 10 Burpees OYO
  • The PAX moseyed to stop number two, under the lattice.
    • PAX performed 12 Big Boys and 8 Burpees OYO
  • The PAX moseyed to stop number three, by the dock.
    • PAX performed 14 Squats and 6 Burpees OYO
  • The PAX moseyed to stop number four, bottom of the hill.
    • PAX performed 16 Step ups IC and 4 Burpees OYO
      • After the exercise was performed, Khakis was asked, heads or tails, Khakis chose tails and the fate of his decision would be told to the PAX at the last stop.
  • The PAX moseyed to the top of the hill for stop number five.
    • PAX performed 18 LBC IC and 2 Burpees OYO
  • The PAX moseyed to the final stop, entrance of the park.
    • At this point Bubbles told the group that if Khakis would have chosen heads, we would be doing 20 merkins, but because Khakis chose tails, the PAX will perform 20 Burpees.
  • The PAX then moseyed down the hill back to the shovel flags.


  • No Mary was performed due to time.

Prayers and Announcements

  • Bubbles grandmother in law, got good news about her cancer
  • Baby Grands wife got good news
  • Pray for injured and sick PAX
  • Make sure to sign up for the Ponzi blood drive


  • The following reading was from Tony Dungy’s book, “Uncommon Life”.
    • The familiar line from Hamlet is an important reminder: “To thine own self be true.” Not only will that advice protect us against negative peer pressure, it will also put us in position to affect others through positive peer pressure. We sometimes forget that peer pressure works both ways–that we not only are affected by others, but others are also affected by us. Many people will exert pressure on us to conform, whether they realize that’s what they are doing or not. But we are also in a position to influence them. We can help others make better decisions simply by making decisions that are true to our own convictions.
    • To do that, you have to know who you are. You need to have a strong sense of your identity and your purpose. When you do, you become an influence on others for good.
  • Use F3 as a place to stay true to yourself and to lead by positive peer pressure. This place is special, and it gives you an opportunity to lead, to be yourself, and to be positive.


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