So, YHC has never been very creative at a “themed” type Q. That being said, and the fact that I’m a bit ADD, this Q came out around more than a single theme. The Q was under fire much of the WO, but mumblechatter is always a boost of moral. Enough with the introduction, this is how it went down.
On this day, Billy Joel/The piano Man just happens to turn 70 years old. I’m not a big fan, but after hearing his birthday announced on the radio, I thought I could honor it. Again, ADD.
Seven Exercises, 10 reps each IC for a total of 70, hence Billy Joel. I know pretty dumb, but hey, it was a good warmup. Exercises were, Merkins, plank jacks, Goof Balls(not used much at Folsom), Imperial Walkers, Flutter kicks, mike Tyson’s, Freddie Mercury’s.
mosey to tennis courts.
This past weekend was the running of the 145th Kentucky Derby. Again, not a big fan or anything, but the number 145 stood out to me. So, line up on the first court. This routine will be called “9-1.” Three exercises will be performed. Start with 9 reps each then run the total distance of the courts and back. Then perform 8 reps each, run and back for 7, etc. etc. Down to 1 rep each and finish with another run down and back. Exercises were Burpees, LBCs, Squats. 9-1 with 3 exercises happen to equal 145 reps. Next up, another routine Oompa had called “screw your brothers” or something, but I heard it called “Clipboard” out at Blackbeard’s AO. Line up and each PAX will call an exercise of his choice then run to the end of the courts and back while his brothers perform said exercise AMRAP. Once he returns the next calls and runs, etc. we had time for 2 complete rounds of this before time was called. There were 16 different exercises, but I honestly couldn’t tell you what all they were. Time:
Announcements: SFN Belmont(sign up, PAX needed), F3 Dads Camp
COT; Roadies Family, Gastone’s family, Wheezy, The Champion Family, each other
YHC took us out in prayer
Always an honor to lead you men! It’s exciting to witness new PAX staying committed, getting stronger, and becoming HIM! The accountability, support, and encouragement in our region has been the definition of what F3 stands for. Let’s continue to stay strong and build each other to be the Men that God called us to be for our families and communities.