Challenge: Complete k-12 in 45 minutes.
15 PAX showed up for class, in attendance:
Motivators (x7); good mornings; arm circles
Run up the wheel with coupons.
Each grade consists of an exercise and a question aimed at students of that grade level. Graduation from each grade to the next requires running down and back up the wheel.
Kindergarten: Little Baby Crunches (50) (How many PAX are in attendance?)
1st Grade: Hodors (20) (Laura has 7 cupcakes. Jeremy eats 2. How many does Laura have left? 5; What does Jeremy have? A black eye.)
2nd Grade: skull crushers (25) (Which is not a state of matter? Solid, Color, Liquid, Gas)
3rd Grade: Star Jumps (30) What is the name for someone who studies dinosaurs? (Paleontologist)
4th Grade: Blockbees (11) 44 divided by 4
5th Grade: Bonnie Blairs (27) 5 and 2/5 into an improper fraction.
6th Grade: Wall climbers (6) Give number and symbol for Carbon (6, C)
7th Grade: Coupon swings (20) Obnoxious is to pleasant as radiant is to: (dull, bright, loud, quiet, soft)
8th Grade: Coupon curls (70) 4x-10=18, what is x? (7)
9th Grade: Big Boy Situps (90) What’s the formula for area of a circle? (pi)r^2
10th Grade: Merkins (100) What gas is needed for photosynthesis (Carbon Dioxide)
11th Grade: Air Squats (110) What is the belief that the US has the right to occupy all of America? (Manifest Destiny)
12th Grade: Flutter Kicks (120) SAT Vocab: What is an antonym for enervating (feeling energized, like after an F3 workout or after finishing all of school in 45 minutes)
Graduation Ceremony: Your coupon is your diploma, hold it high (rifle carry) and walk back to the parking lot.
Moleskin: Unlike Billy, you’re likely not a drunk who may fail to inherit his father’s business, but like Billy, working towards a clear objective in a community is pretty helpful. Thanks to F3 for helping me do better during COVID along several dimensions.
CoT; Prayer: Energy, focus, perseverance, Bloomer’s son, Jazz Hand’s friend