PAX: @Pink Drink @Hancock @FruitLoops @Captain Crunch @Maniac @Archive @Hershey @Stock boy @Noodles @Jailbreak @T.B.
Q: @Pink Drink @Hancock
Conditions: post-rain mugginess, 60 degrees, wind, still dark at 7am start
Warm-up: Motivators x7, goofballs, picking daisies
Thang 1: Mosey w/football. We ran around the AO, throwing a football to other pax. Dropped footballs meant everybody does two burpees.
Thang 2: Jumping American vasectomies. We ran in follow-the-leader fashion on and around picnic tables and jumping over garbage cans.
Thang 3: Relays. All at top of Hoffa, split into two teams, with two coupons halfway down.
Round 1- Relay Pax do 5 derkins, waiting Pax do LBC’s
Round 2- Relay Pax do 5 curls, waiting Pax do American hammers
Round 3- Relay Pax do 5 skull crushers, waiting Pax plank
Round 4- Relay Pax do 5 OH press, waiting Pax do crunchy frogs
Round 5- Relay Pax do 5 blockees, waiting Pax do boat/canoe
Thang 4: zip line. Take turns going down zip line. While we wait, for first round, we did BBSU’s. Second round, we did squats.
Thang 5: manrise to top of Hoffa and do a round of Guantanamo.
Moleskin: What @Hancock learned from @Pink Drink: when I would hesitate and show restraint out of fear of judgement from others, @Pink Drink would double down with enthusiasm. Be it for an exercise, or for welcoming someone in the group, or just being happy to see someone. It’s not weird, it’s awesome, and infectious in the best way.
What @Pink Drink learned from @Hancock: @Pink Drink saw me come to F3 and put in effort with consistency, working to improve 1% every time, and saw benefits in my F3 life and my life at home with my M and 2.0’s, all because I was willing to get up a little earlier and be consistent.
Proverbs 27:17 – “as iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”
Prayer Requests: @T.B.’s continuing application and interview process; @Bloomer’s brother continuing to recover; @Noodles has students injured in an accident, other students didn’t make it, and prayers for them and their families; @Pink Drink’s meeting with student whose friend passed away