3/8/22 A chili morning 27 Degrees with no wind.
PAX 12: Gobbler, Double Dip, Irish Car Bomb, Skidz, Squeaky Clean, Shingles, Truck stop, Kick Stand, Black Tuesday, Farva, Shrute, Armbar.
Role into the lot and only see 1 coupon despite the call for them in the pre blast. Irish Car bomb and my self add 3 more for 4. Going to need to come up with a different plan.
Welcome the PAX with the standard
To plant grow and Serve small workout groups for the invigoration of Male community leadership.
5 core principles
Open to all men
Always held outdoors
Lead in a rotating fashion
And will end in a circle of trust.
We mosey over to the the lot adjacent to the Flags that looks empty and like it needs some us
SSH 15 IC
Tappy Taps 10 IC
Big ones 10 IC very Slow
Cherry Pickers 10 IC
Sun Gods 10 IC
Chinooks 10 IC
5 Tri-Merkins IC
Mosey back down to the football field grabbing the coupons on the way.
Initially planned for a descending rep workout with partners with a lap around the track. With the lack of coupons went ahead and told the PAX to pick 5 exercises instead and to use the coupons when they are open.
25 reps of 5 exercises then 1 lap
After much creativity and a lot of blockies Omaha is called and PAX moseys back to the flag.
2 round of Sarpy Slammer
Announcements and Prayers
Prayers to Irish Car Bomb and Paisley. Lord watch over her as she pre pairs for surgery.
Prayers to swiper and his family for the loss of his father.
For any announcements check slack and what’s app.
Today’s CoT stemmed from a conversation I had with my wife. She read a facebook post from a man in Ukraine. Not getting into the geopolitical discussion about the war but about how this gentleman felt it was unfair that because he was a man he had to stay and fight. He should have the choice to flee with his family. I told my wife I disagree with him. That we as men have a duty, a moral obligation to protect our lands and lives of our countryman. So my wife asked me what I would do. I told her if this was the US (and thank god that it is not) that I would stay and fight. That I am no different or more special than any other man in history that had to serve his duty. We have duty in our lives. A moral obligation to stand up when needed. Right now that can be small, like not letting fight happen or helping someone is trouble on the roadside. They can also be large such as fighting in war. So take car of your duty for the greater good of those in your lives.