PAX-Swinger, Selleck, Samples, Chicletts, Khakis, Wentworth, Folsom, Pony Express, Knobs, Room Service, Vandelay, Toadstool, Tug Boat, Tin Cup, TC, Icy Hot, Huffy, Safe Ride, Stella, Greek Freak, Beta Max, RamRod, Blood Shot, Tender Foot, Sizerac, Hoosegow,
5:30am-mission statement read, core principals announced, introductions made.
5:32-PAX takes off on a solid mosey for one lap around the track and WOR:
SSH-15IC, Sun God with calf raises 10IC, Goof balls 12IC, tappy taps 12IC, Hilly Billy rockets 15IC
ATMs-1×12, 1×8, BMWs-1×15, 1×12. PAX takes off on a mosey out of the stadium and around to the field on the west end of the complex. We found the hill!
PAX is instructed to group into 3s and send one person to the top of the hill for AMRAP Jump squats. The HIM on the bottom of the hill does AMRAP Sumo squats. The third man back peddles up the hill to relieve his partner doing jump squats who runs Down to trade places with his partner doing Sumo squats. Rinse and repeat. Classic grinder.
5:53-Omaha is called on Honey Hive Hill, mumblechatter is high and the PAX is relieved to be moseying to greener pastures of the stadium.
5:55am-PAX is instructed to stay in their groups for a 3 man grinder that covers the entire 100 yards of the football field. The north end zone is AMRAP Air squats, Alt lunges, Big Boys, Calf Raises, SSHops, and monkey jumpers. The south end zone consists of Merkins, Mt climbers, LBCS, Burpees, Carolina drydocks and SSHops. The runner pushes
6:06am-Omaha is called and the PAX mosey to the center field for 6MOM
Flutter kicks-15ic, Big Boys 12, American hammer 20IC
COR, NOR, announcements-blood drive, Grow Ruck, 5 new AOs!,
COT-“if two people are exactly the same then one of them would be unnecessary.” F3 Omaha is experience amazing growth right now and the PAX in the near future will be as diverse as ever. Embrace the change, seek to understand people that think and come from different places and backgrounds than you do. It’s easy to seek out people that people are like us but true strength and community leadership comes from finding common ground in our differences. YHC. Aye!