Octagon AO | Prarie Lane Swing School | 55 degees
PAX: Hoosegow, Flo, Golden Pike, Stiches, Slow Pitch, Tin Cup, Rollbar, Polaroid, Spacebar, Tug Boat, Super Tasty, Tater Tot, Dog House, Smashmouth, Othello, Brazillian.
Bloodshot recited the 5 core principles, mission statement, and disclaimer before leading the PAX to the West parking lot for Warmarama.
15 Goof balls, tappy taps, mountain climbers in cadence.
8 stations: 15 Reps each exercise
Gas pumpers IC
Copperhead Squats IC
2. Diamond Merkins
American Hammers IC
Monkey Humpers IC
3. Ranger Merkins
Freddy Mercury IC
5. Alt shoulder taps IC
Box Cutters IC
6. Carolina Dry docks
Heel touches IC
Apollo Ono IC
7. Deon Sanders Merkins
Big Boy Sit ups
Bonnie Blairs IC
8. Tempo Merkins IC
Windshield wipers (w/o coupon)
Sumo squats IC
**lap around school after 1 cycle
Time flew with one cycle completed by each group of PAX.
As we reflect on the service men and women who have their lives for all of us today – we all know someone who has,
It’s a reminder of our own gift of life.
“Memento mori” is Latin for: “remember you will die.” … it sounds morbid and can be depressing to dwell on, but think about it… we are all going to die.
But this philosophy can be a tool to create priority and meaning
The basic idea is that if people remember their inescapable deaths, they will lead more sober lives, live in the present, and take advantage of opportunities rather than postpone them ’til “tomorrow.”
To live a life in which we did all the things we wanted to do, and hopefully cheered the world up in the process and left things in a bit better shape than they were before we arrived.
“Let each thing you would do, say or intend be like that of a dying person.” — Marcus Aurelius
We owe those who sacrificed for us to live a life of priority and meaning.