5/27/21 | The Battlefield AO | Westside High School | 66 Degrees | Wet
PAX: Ponzi, Wait Time, Wentworth, Rollbar, Samples (Respect),Tin Cup, Vanilla Ice, Sister Act, Spacebar, Broadside, Khakis (Respect), Chiclets (Respect), Grillz, A1 (FNG – Teague Bickford)
Bubbles welcomed the PAX, gave the mission statement and the disclaimer.
The PAX moseyed to the south end of the field then back to the middle for Warm-A-Rama
SSH x 25 IC
Tappy Taps x 15 IC
High Knees x 20 IC
6 Count Merkins x 10
Copperhead Squats x 15 IC
The PAX then moseyed to the stadium seats for a pre-thang.
With a partner complete the following 3 times
- 15 Decline Merkins
- 15 Dips
- 15 Incline Merkins
- Run the steps to the top and back down between sets
The PAX moseyed to the north end of the field for the Thang. The PAX paired up again and performed the following grinder.
Partner number 1 runs one lap around the track while partner number 2 performs the exercise. Partner number 2 can do one exercise the whole time or switch to a second exercise when their partner gets halfway around the track.When partner number one returns, each partner will do 10 big boy situps with the other partner holding their feet, before partner number 2 can start his run.
Exercises performed while your partner is running. (Rinse & Repeat after round 4)
- Round 1 Air Squat/Merkin
- Round 2 Monkey Humpers/Ten Speeds
- Round 3 Bobby Hurleys/Carolina Dry Docks
- Round 4 Jump Squats/Moroccan Night Clubs
- Burpees x 5
- LBC x 15 IC
- American Hammer 20 IC
Prayers and Announcements:
Prayers for Broadside & Wait Time
Make sure to sign up for the F3 foundation event, Brick Builder, June 12th.
“Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always” – Robin Williams
This quote, I think, speaks to all men. Everyday, we go through life thinking about something, dreaming about something, worrying about something, crying about something, or fighting something. As men, we are bad at expressing ourselves and communicating our feelings. Sometimes it’s alright not to share what you are thinking or how you are feeling, and that’s okay. But sometimes you need to, or should talk about what you are going through or how you are feeling. Use this group and your shield lock to talk to and to express those thoughts and feelings. It’s easy to say everything is okay, the hard part is asking for help or speaking to someone. The greatest thing about this group though, is that there is always someone to listen to you and you will never be judged or looked down on. You will only be embraced and loved.
Love you all,