COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA:
PAX: Ant Man, Coach K, Rump Roast
AO: Glencoe Park
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER:
SSH x 10
Seal jack x 20
ISTs x 16
Sweat angels x 17 (to Coach K’s chagrin)
Mosey to the field and halfway around to the bleachers.
PAX gave THANKS as below. Completed as a group goal, because all PAX ultimately have the same objectives.
T: T-merkins x 250
H: Hydraulics x 250
A: Air claps (overhead claps) x 500
N: Nolan Ryans x 500
K: Kicks (standing) x 500
S: Stairs – one PAX had to be running the bleachers at all times
This required different skills from the PAX this morning: it first required planning to decide how best to tackle the THANKS, communication to correctly count our THANKS, and awareness and empathy to realize which PAX one should switch with/which exercise you should take next.
After completion, mosey’d back by completing surftanamo and merkin hop-overs (both indian-run style exercises):
Surftanamo – 3 PAX on the ground holding 6 inches while the rear PAX ran to the front and pushed down each PAX’s feet.
Merkin hop-overs – 3 PAX on the ground doing merkins in cadence while rear PAX bunny-hopped over their feet to the front of the line.
We only had 2 minutes left, but the PAX agreed on 6 minutes of Mary.
Flutter kicks x 20
Squeaky bed Rosalita x 20
American Hammers x 14
Ended with Howling Monkey circle
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Circle up and prayer for the blessings we are given, to take everything as a blessing from the Lord, and for the Lord to lead us throughout the day and the weekend living as He would want us to live.
The THANKS were generally well-completed with little mumblechatter other than occasional “ow”/moan from RumpRoast, who to be fair was on his 6th post this week. Howling Monkey circle – all PAX howled except for Coach K who remained silent; he Q’d a heavy leg day yesterday but perhaps his legs of steel were holding up. PAX ended with a cerveza salute to Sally’s VQ. The cervezas were enjoyed while discussing meat sweats; it should be known RumpRoast still recommends eating hot dogs even if you know what’s in them.