F3 Gastonia

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F3 Gastonia Whetstone update

F3 Gastonia Whetstone launched a week and a half ago.  We have a bunch of guys signed up  as Stones or Blades or both.  But we know there are guys out there who haven’t signed up, or are still thinking about it. NOW IS THE TIME!

Whetstone is one of the best opportunities for personal growth and leadership that you will find.  Whether you are a blade or a stone,  you will become a better person and advance in an area life where you need it…  and live more happily because of it.

We will continue pairing blades and stones this weekend, so sign up now at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeA1L2_-3iZoItOEx1F7o8Q3JbXLHjjKj8hlynkThx7YQOBmw/viewform

The form does not take long to fill out.   It asks you  for info such as  your hospital name, F3 name, where you work, where are you often post, and allows you to request another guy as your stone or blade.

Next week, we will begin emailing blades and stones to tell them who they are paired with. The idea is that  each stone and blade will start meeting in July, meet 45 to 60 minutes every two or three weeks, and continue at least a few months  to give the pairing a chance to work.

So sign up now  or ask another F3 guy if you’d like to understand Whetstone better.  You can always contact me at Grattan.brown@gmail.com  or speak with Tool Time, JK2, Roscoe, Def Leppard, or Whoopie, who are helping me with Whetstone.  Their contact information is in the F3 app.

Monk

 

 

 

Diggin for gold

10 Gashouse men showed Sunday morning and gave it all they had on the Walk/Ruck/Run 5 miler. Thank you guys for your inspiration!!! It was  nice rucking with Hippa and Oompa. We met a local man walking on the green way. We had a nice conversation and we may have talked him into meeting us next weekend. I want to encourage all of you that haven’t came out on a Sunday mornings.

Please keep all PAX and their families and friends in your prayers. God is doing good things in the Gashouse.

 

More Blocks!

Well, business as usual! I pulled into Folsom a few minutes earlier then normal, with a good group of HIMs waiting for their instructions! Huck is quick to let me know it’s time to get started, upon his reminder, I call out 10 burpees oyo! Hold up, we have an fng! I’m reminded, disclaimer! Now we can do 10 burpees oyo! 15 toy soldiers ic, let’s mosey toward the flag at the entrance of Folsom. Along the way we stop at the fork in the road, for some merkins ic, continue to the flag. Arriving at the flag, let’s get in some lbcs while the six catches up, pledge, mosey back to the CARS! What someone brings to our attention Folsom has more cars then trucks? What has happened? Anyway everyone grab a block! And circle up for some 20 to 1, try to do this without putting the block down!

Shoulder press

squats

triceps

curls

We finish, and we have a couple of minutes left, mosey around the tennis courts!  Oompa joined back up with us at this point, and it’s time to name the fng! Welcome Matt Greene! From now on he will be known as CTD ( crash test dummy) !

Announcements: CSPAN will be the guess Q at Folsom this Saturday! Come out! Hike at grandfather mountain this Saturday, leaving from the gashouse at 0600 hours!

Prayer request: Self family, each other, Roadie for falling off the wagon!

Men, it’s always an honor to get to lead such and awesome group of men! You guys push me to be a better man, and I appreciate it! Thanks!

I took us out!

 

 

 

 

It’s Our Day!!

12 HIMS showed for an awesome Father’s Day run/ruck at Crossroads.  With most of the pax present being fathers, what a great opportunity to get “Our Day” started by pushing the rock.

Great work by all men today.  3 rucked and 9 ran some miles.  Broke, Roadie, and Salinski blistered the ruck pace today.   I think Broke ran the last mile with his ruck sack on, Beast Mode!  Tool Time and Pizza Man smoked their 5 miles.  Slaw, Round-Up, Blart, Gumby, and Def Leppard consistently pushed the rock as always.  My boy Sparky, well, lets just say it was business as usual for him.  Mix in a couple pitstops, and he ran 4.6 miles at a sub 8 average.  For the record, the horse stalls were left fresh and unscathed.

 

COT:

Announcements

Prayer request

Name-o-rama

 

Great seeing everyone out here pushing themselves and working to get better.  Good to see Salinski join us again.   Awesome to see our region continue to grow and to stay the course.  Keep pushing men!  As always, it was an honor to lead today.

 

Sister Act

 

 

Gashouse PCMB’s

Pax:  Monk, Wet Nuts, Billy Madison, Sargento, Moses, Whoopee, Def Leppard, Sister Act, Step Down, Belding (sp? Sorry), Short Sale (Painlab Q), Matt Stroupe (FNG, Hunka Junk), Quicheeishe, Linus (Bootcamp Q)

Saturday 9/16 kicked off my first official Gashouse QIC weekend.  This is also my first official backblast as I have found that whatever shortcomings I may have as a site Q I am even further substandard on BB posts.  Maybe the experience this time will gain me the insight I need to continue these posts.  We had a good turnout this weekend and I was fully impressed when I took 9 pax with me to lead on the bootcamp.  I thought I lost one early until I realized I had not counted myself, not sure I was even there anyway.

We started with a thorough disclaimer that eventually did not even convince me to follow my lead.  I’m positive, but not sure that we started off with the following:

SSH:  Cadence, 15 or 16?

Merkins:  Cadence, 16??  Had to say, I should have stopped at 10 but man I felt good, that all ended about there, sigh….

LBC:  20 maybe in cadence

Squats:  20 in Cadence

Pledge at the small shovel flags

Break out to Bootcamp, Painlab on their own

The Thang:

Grier Track:

4 Corners:  Exercise, run to next corner on track repeat previous exercise and add the next.  Rinso and Repeato

10 Flying Squirrels, 20 merkins, 30 squats, 40 scissor kicks

Picnic Tables:

Lindsay’s/Forties

30 Dips / 10 Derkins = 40 total

Subtract / Add by 5 each side until you get to 10 Dips and 30 Derkins

(I was wiped out by this point and we had not reached 7:17 am)

Until I could get my math right nobody would start

Front of School:

5 PCMB’s (Prisoner Cell Merkin Burpees)

Plank, merk, right leg Peter Parker, merk, left leg PP, merk, standing position = 1

5 total or until you puke, at #4 I’m nauseous

Mosey to FPC awning:

Monkified 11’s

Partner up, one up the hill the other down, 10 squats, back together for one Booyah merkin, rinse and repeat until 1 squat and 10 merkins.  It took longer for me to explain the exercise than for us to perform.

Awning:

About 5 minutes of restful but impactful Mary, led by various members of the Pax.

Around to the front circle of the church where the landscaper’s had my claimed spot occupied.  I figured it was better to let them finish their work unobstructed as viewing Carolina DD’s the wrong way can be hazardous to health so I modified and used the full empty parking lot, 24/7 permit was still required.  Here we did a set of A.L.A.R.M.S, modified Bombs of some sort.  Arms, Legs, Abs, Run, Exercise, Exercise.

20 each:  Carolina Dry Dock, Lunge, LBC, Run (the rectangle), Merkin, think we left one off.

This left us with enough time to knock out 10 Mike Tyson’s.

Moseyed back to the Schiele where Short Sale had this look suggesting, “where have you been” even as I finished my last step at the Schiele with my phone proudly displaying 8:00 time as the sweet sound chimes of the FPC bell tower sang.

Finisho, right on time.

My first Q as Gashouse QIC.  Awkward coverage of announcements and concerns by YHC but we got through it.  Monk with the Gashouse Bootcamp Q on 6/23, Whoopee has 6/30, and Clavin has 7/7 (although I do want to confirm that is Bootcamp and not Painlab).

Much to report here:

Announcements:

Kayaking at Cramerton to have already taken place by the time this has posted

Hike next Saturday in Boone / Meet at Schiele at 6:30 a.m.

Prayer’s/Concerns:

Billy Madison is moving to St. Augustine Florida this coming Thursday.  He may need some help moving and he will communicate this by Twitter.  You can catch a Billy Madison beatdown Tuesday at Midoriyama and Wednesday at Snoballs.  We wish you the best of luck Madison.

Qwishee/Stroganoff/Sargento running a ½ Marathon in Massachusetts in the coming week

Wet Nuts wife’s Aunt with Ovarian Cancer

Welcome Matt Stroupe aka Hunka Junk

Honored to lead a group of men where I am the six.

Thanks HIM’s, proud to be here

Was that a banjo I heard?!?

The first annual Gashouse river kayak/canoe/hoe down session happened on Saturday and fun was eventually had by all. YHC put it out on the calendar early in the year and posted on the comms networks leading up to the event. That was enough to bring out four PAX and one 2.0 for the event.

Reservations were attempting to be made leading up to the event but it was hard to get a handle on how many would show. YHC was gestimating 3-5 but there was no real way to know for sure #showtoknow . At the 11th hour JK2 contacted me to announce he had 6 kayaks, vests, paddles and anything else we’d need for our adventure. Score!

Once JK2 pulled up we all picked our ride and unloaded. After we got situated, YHC was first in the water, then Roscoe and Little Ceasar in their double, then JK2. We were having a good time getting used to the boats while the self proclaimed “experienced” kayaker fiddled with his boat. After several attempts at straining and grunting to get his foot setup right, Tesla had to deploy his secret weapon…JK2. Big fella figured out how to get the thing right and we were ready to roll. We thought… Tesla, being experienced, decided to take a sliding start into the river from the top of the put-in while already seated in his kayak. Sounded like a cool way to get things going. In actuality, it was a great way to cool Tesla off because upon entry he immediately listed to the right, flipped over and had to bail before he drowned. It was pretty freakin’ funny I do have to say! Once he regained his composure are emptied the water out of his ride we were finally ready to go.

The Q decided the party would head downriver because it had more bends and things to look at compared to the upstream route. It was a great day for being on the water and we made it all the way down to the Buster Boyd Bridge on Lake Wylie. Just kidding, it only seemed like it. We actually went down to one of the piers the city has built for fishing and what not, but it was still a 30 minute paddle. We saw some nice wildlife on the river and it was really nice being slightly away from the normal stuff we do. Going back upstream was harder of course but nothing a fit F3 man can’t handle. Roscoe had turned back a little early since he was moving some extra weight and of course beat us all back to the dock in plenty of time.

For a first run I’d say the kayaking trip was a hit. Next time let’s get some more men out there.

July’s outing will be to the Green River west of Shelby for tubing! Let’s talk it up and get a good caravan of clown cars for this trip!!!

Thank you for letting me serve as the 2nd F Q men. It’s a blast!!!

Pain Lab: No Ordinary Hunkajunk

Of all the AO’s in our wonderful region, the Pain Lab is the hidden gem. If you’ve not tried it, well, you’re missing an opportunity. Created by Rudolph and now carried forward by HIPAA, the Pain Lab is a chance to do something different than you normally would do. No running, no jumping (well not much) but a focused workout that will provide your body a good test. With Folsom hosting the 2.0 friendly workout on 6/16, HIPAA was looking for a volunteer Q so he could be with his son on Father’s Day weekend.  My older girls were uninterested to join me at 0700 for a workout, so I took my sophomore Q for the Pain Lab. Earlier in the week Qheeshe sent me a text that he had hopeful candidate for the Pain Lab he was sending over. Unlike the most handsome cardiologist in Gastonia, Dr. Qweesh did not violate any HIPAA laws (that I know of). I planned my Weinke accordingly.

Saturday morning at 0600, I awoke to the dog standing over top of me – a bathroom excursion appeared to be the unspoken demand. I hooked the leash and went for a quick circle of our neighborhood. I arrived back home to gather my things and learned my 12 year old had splashed merlot during the night and not feeling well. Neither she nor my M had slept much. It was a decision point some of us had faced – do I run out and leave my M to deal with this or stay for moral support? I opted for option 1 feeling the Father’s Day weekend would buy me some reprieve of guilt or penance. So I left arriving later than intended, still needing to set-up the circuit of stations for the Pain Lab. Whoopee made sure to call me out for being late to the warm-up. I joined before Linus finished the first set of SSH’s among the other standard exercises before the pledge and then the division of bootcamp and Pain Lab. Qish and his FNG were present, Sargento followed behind, all were Pain Lab pledges at my disposal. Fortunately I brought along extra ‘quipment to be used. Unlike the normal bootcamp the Pain Lab, or at least my Q of it, would and always will begin with stretching. My only qualm with F3 is the stretching is OYO which at our ages, at least the +35 year olds can appreciate a little bit of stretching ahead of the beat-down. So our session began with another warm-up:

  • Seal Jacks IC x 10
  • Cotton Pickets IC x 10
  • Toy Soldiers IC x 10
  • Side to Side Lunge IC x 10
  • Inchworm Merkins – pyramid to 5 and back down
  • High Plank Lunge – Hip flexor/groin stretch (right, then left)
  • MNC’s IC x 10

Then it was time for the Thang which would be my favored tabata with 5 timed circuits of 40 seconds with a 20 second rest between; Three timed rounds with 30 seconds between each one.

Round I

  • Goblet Squat
  • Plank jack w/ Shoulder taps
  • Single Arm Swing (dumbbell wt of choice, 20 seconds R, then L)
  • Alt Lunge w/ twist using a dumbbell
  • Merkin w/ alternating rows

Round II

  • Mountain Climbers
  • French Curls
  • Low to High Plank (Sargento informed me these are called Mahktar N’ Diayes in the exercises lexicon – and he should know as master of the ABC workout)
  • Squat w/ Shoulder Press
  • Merkins

Of course I had music to play as no official Pain Lab is complete without some heavy metal to drive the backbeat and push the PAX. Rudolph and HIPAA would be disappointed to hear if anything less were attempted. I thought my playlist was worthy but of all people Sargento begins to poke holes in the selection. Then our FNG, Matt Stroupe says I picked the pop Metallica song, when they sold out (Hero of the Day). Fast forward…Dokken’s Paris is Burning played – they didn’t like that…Rush’s One Little Victory…not heavy enough…Q is failing big time. Finally Godsmack’s I Stand Alone blared and my PAX were happy. Before going any further, I should note that Qweesh made only two rounds of Circuit 1 before declaring he had to leave for work. Now this is the perfect opportunity to take a shot, maybe on his lack of upper body physique or his soccer arms. But it’s hard to throw a jab when someone was up earlier than me to run 10 miles prior to the workout and that he posted to provide a warm-hand off of FNG Matt. So the good doctor did his part and left his patient to mine and Sargento’s care. Good EH Dr. Squiche!

I had a third circuit waiting but we ran out of time, opting to head back to the starting point to initiate Mary for Linus’ bootcamp to return. We got in a few rounds of flutter kicks, American hammers, and Penguin Crunches before the bells rang to end the workout. We joined the others for the COT, naming Matt Stroupe “Hunkajunk” as he affectionately referenced his personal vehicle. Take notice of the spelling as the Weasel Shaker (me) has to clean up all your attempts to identify the PAX. (FYI – it’s Dr. Seuss with an “e” before the “u” – y’all suck at spelling Arial too – which you officially entered as the font when you intended it to be the Disney Princess (that is Ariel)). Okay – I’m down from my soap box.

COT – make note of this Friday’s 3rd F event beginning at 7 pm at First Presbyterian Church – the PAD which is at the top of the steps where we perform DORA. Pockets and YHC are the speakers. Guy’s only – coffee and water available. We offered several prayer requests which Linus will note in his BB.

Moleskin – I began this diatribe offering perspective of the Pain Lab as a hidden gem. It certainly is for several reasons. All those sad clowns we speak of are not former D-1 athletes that strayed from the training tables and gyms. At best, we are former high school participants or recreational players looking to stoke our competitive fires. The point of beginning this journey of Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith can be the biggest step. Posting at a workout can quickly realize the lengthy distance between our minds of what we could once do with relative ease can deteriorate when out of the game. The Pain Lab is a nice way to re-engage the body to the foray. There is no six to pick up in the Pain Lab, we’re all in one big mosh pit of sweat, encouraging each other. I’m certainly a fan of timed tabata’s as there is no particular count to achieve – you verses you can be a rep of 1 or 100 or any amount between. Whether we want to admit it or not, there is peer pressure among the PAX. We’re guys and we’re wired to compete. But the Pain Lab washes away some of that machismo, where it seems a bit like pre-season training and we’re all on the same team. So if you’ve not yet experienced the Pain Lab, step out of your comfort zone one Saturday to try this workout on for size. Hopefully like our newest FNG, you’ll realize it’s no Hunkajunk either, but a great way to get back in the game and join this great group of guys that are all pursuing similar efforts to push their rocks just a little further each day. Until the next one – thanks for the opportunity to lead.

Juvie

It was a great to post at Folsom for the summertime monthly 2.0 friendly workout. With 50+ PAX in May how many would show today? The number was 30 with most 2.0’s under that age of 10. Gumby’s 2.0 was sporting an F3 shirt. #Legit
Roscoe was passed in traffic (again) on the way to Folsom by lead foot Tool Time. He truly leads the way. After a late night at the F3 Dad’s event last night at the Grizzlies game, I had to wake up Little Caesar this morning to go post but he was excited and ready to get after it. That enthusiasm unfortunately didn’t last the entire workout as several encouraging PAX (Swimmer, Dolph) tried to prod him along. He wasn’t alone among the 2.0’s in taking some time to do “you versus you” and losing the battle!
The Nantan Tool Time opened up the workout by warming us up after proclaiming that he was the craziest PAX in the Gashouse and subjecting us to SSH, Don Quiotes, Moroccan Nightclubs, and he also tried to break Dolph with jump squats. That is a theme lately with HIPAA devoting the weeks Q at the Goat to try to “break Dolph”. Here is a hint guys, trying to break Dolph is like pushing the Rock. It won’t move but you shouldn’t stop trying.
Tool Time turned it over to YHC (Roscoe) and we headed to the tennis courts. We moseyed to the far side where there was actually some shade. We started out by continuing our war up with some dad squats while carrying our 2.0’s on our backs. Next, we did a little Karaoke across the courts and then back. Then we hit each court and alternated SSH and Mountain Climbers then ran back, followed by squats and Flutter kicks and back. For those that haven’t posted to Folsom, they basically have 95 fenced in tennis courts. I hear the locals call it hell in a cell.
We got back on the end line for some Dora 1,2,3. 100 Merkins, 200 Squats, and 300 LBC’s. Instead of running across all the courts we ran to the second light pole and back. My partner made a habit of walking back to “give me more time”. It was awesome.
YHC then turned it over to Dolph.

I asked for a count off and we had 28. I then asked the Pax to form 2 lines of 14 and Indian Run from the tennis courts to the small parking lot at the baseball fields. Dijion and I stopped at the parking lot early to write some exercises in 10 of the 22 spaces. Once all the pax arrived at the parking lot the instructions were given. 2-3 pax per space and perform indicated exercise that was in that space. Once complete with exercise run a lap around lot to the right and advance to next space and repeat. The exercises were
LBC’s x 10
SSH x 10
Mericans x 5
Flutterkicks x 10
Squats x 10
CDD x 5
Mountain x 10
Lunges x 10
French Fries x 10
Burpees x 5
Once the pax returned to the space where they had started, we did a slow mosey to the amphitheater. All pax were instructed to grab some wall for 7 Dips IC. Next was the plank and run. All pax plank up at the base of the stage in a line. Pax at each end of the line run 25 yrds up hill and back and return to plank. Next pax goes and so on. Time. Nice work by all 2.0’s and Dads. Thanks Sparky for opportunity to lead. Mosey back to the flag for the pledge. Thanks to BedPan for bringing the flag so we didn’t have to mosey to the front of the park.  COT; Namorama, Welcome FNG, Pizza The Hut!!

Announcements: HAPPY FATHERS DAY WEEKEND! Next Friday at First Presbyterian 3rd F event. Saturday Grandfather Mountain Hike.
Monk is doing a great job leading the Whetstone effort. This is a mentoring program designed to place blades (mentees) with Stones (Mentors). This is an exciting thing for our region. If you haven’t filled out the form to be part of the WHETSTONE, click below:
https://f3nation.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6c12d9c9072bc7204db3dc6c9&id=c63172a96c&e=8b69646070
Prayers for Fathers, Families, and Sly, serving our country in Afghanistan.
Kudos to Sparky for the idea to host a monthly 2.0 friendly workout at Folsom. Next week there is F3 Royalty and Gashouse forefather CSpan coming to guest Q. #HIM
Always a pleasure to lead especially with a #HIM like Dolph. His 2.0 is a chip off the old block!

Moleskin; ToolTime got things started with the warmup and threw in 45 MNC’s, those hurt! Roscoe brought the pain in cage of courts for sure. It is good to see the 2.0’s push themselves, they definitely got the oppurtunity today. #DRP!!! 2.0’s are quick to say I can’t, but with a little push and encouragement or challenge they see that really can finish strong. Aflac was ahead of me on the tennis courts and I told him I was going to catch him and he was not going to let happen. Hersey was walking to the COT from the amphitheater and with a little encouragement, she picked up the cadence and finished strong.

BOM; Roscoe took is out! #TClaps to all!!!

 

South Street Challenge

I’ve had this beat down on the drafting table for a while, waiting for an opening on what has become a popular Q spot of late. The idea spawned from Tiger’s Q a while back at the Yank. An uphill run with pain stations at the bottom. It was a strong test, one that needed to be shared with others. So I noodled on the idea and had a general plan of what to do. But then something else shocked my brain Thursday night so I decided to pull a slick switch and have 10 minutes of Mary to kick off the festivities. It went like this:

Pledge, mild disclaimer: “get in plank” where we did each exercise for 25 seconds:

  • plank jacks
  • burps
  • jingle balls
  • mtn climbers
  • merkins
  • imperial walkers
  • high knees
  • touch left toe, raise right knee
  • touch right toe, raise left knee
  • lbcs
  • chop sticks
  • reverse crunch
  • fifer scissors with punch
  • plank rolls
  • am hammer
  • flutter kicks
  • leg raises
  • ww1
  • freddie mercury
  • ski abs

When the idea came to begin with Mary, I added a playlist with the theme of summer. Summer Nights by Van Halen was on their first album with Sammy Hagar in 1986, which we learened Island, Round-up, and obviously Madmen had not been born (#imold).  Song #2 was Summertime Girls by Y&T followed by Joe Satriani’s Summer Song. Whoopee – you missed another great set.

The PAX looked relieved that was over but the main event was waiting. I did a demo tour posting printed signs of each exercise that had a 10 count. We began the loop with 10 burpees and progressed down the three blocks to reach Second St doing merkins and monkey humpers before making the return to the top. The route was 0.48 miles round trip broken up at various intervals of:

  • burpees x 10
  • ssh x 10
  • dips x 10
  • box jumps x 10
  • merkins x 10
  • monkey humpers x 10
  • mike Tyson’s x 10
  • plank jacks x 10
  • squats x 10

The PAX pushed through with Round-up leading the charge followed closely by Dr.  Seuss.  Others that completed 4 full rounds were: Island, Turtleman, and Roscoe. Nice job men getting in over 2 miles. The rest of us were close to that mark but had to u-turn at Main St to get back on time. Which at that point I realized Spider-Man snuck out early for work. I guess fighting crime does pay.  Or maybe he went to Comic-con in Charlotte going on this weekend.

COT

We heard and lifted prayers for Lynn Ham, Breaker Breakers uncle and sister in law’s husband; Def Leppard’s son going to the hospital Monday and Timeframe asked for the Clark family that lost their little girl too soon. The announcements which are still current as of this B.B. are 3rd F event Friday 6/22 at 7 pm at First Presbyterian Pockets and YHC are sharing.

This was a good workout that if I had arrived early enough to post the signs, it could have moved much faster.  I’ll keep that in mind for the future.  Thanks for the chance to Q.

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Goat Keeper

If you are thinking about Q’ng at the Goat, it’s a good idea to have an overview of basic goat care. I know when I first started researching goats it was quite overwhelming. They seemed much more complicated than the chickens of Folsom and I was afraid I would be doing things wrong in preparing for them.  I was overwhelmed so therefore I procrastinated creating my weinke. Of course it’s usually worse to do nothing at all then to give it your best try. So if you are gonna try Q’ng at the Goat, here are some basic tips to help you get started planning your weinke and taking care of the goats at The Goat:

  1. Try and break Dolph
  2. Try and break Dolph
  3. Try and break Dolph & Dr. Seuss

When I arrived at the Goat…wait, wait, I need to say this first: Hey Mayor, I was actually early today!!! So back to it, when I arrived at the Goat I was very much surprised to see that our Nantan decided to grace us with his presence. Surely he didn’t think the Goat was a running AO??? Well, he picked a bad day for sure. Any who, rest of the PAX arrived and we began on time.

Quick disclaimer

Pledge

Warm-up:

10 SSH IC

50 MNC IC

Perfect timing for a train as soon as we finished MNC sooooooo, 5 burpees OYO.

Mosey to side of Doffer’s Canteen for some Walls of Jericho

7 Exercises of 7 reps followed by a lap around the business block of downtown Cramerton. Do this 7 times.

Exercises:

  1. Burpees
  2. Bobby Hurley’s
  3. CDD’s
  4. Derkins
  5. Hip Slappers
  6. Squats
  7. LBC’s

Now it was time for the Triple Nickel. Mosey to the bottom of 9th St. and begin:

Nur up hill up 9th St.

5 WW1’s at the top

Run back down hill and do 5 Diamond merkins at bottom.

Rinse and repeat for a total of 5 Sets.

Mosey back to flag for some around the horn Mary.

COT

WHETSTONE! <——-

Folsom 2.0 Workout 6/16

Grandfather Mtn. hike 6/23

F3 Dads Baseball game 6/15

2nd F – Kayak Cramerton 6/16 (See Sargento for kayak reservations)


Prayer requests from PAX

Nantan took us out

 

I cant break Dolph, I’ve tried. To be completely honest I give a lot of respect to Dr. Seuss because I can’t break him either. He is always right there with Dolph on every exercise and leading the PAX. Thanks to everyone that showed up this morning, even though it wasn’t raining, we all left extremely soaked. Thanks for pushing through hard and not giving up. Radar was back out for a 2nd round this week, glad to see you brother! Orangeman, like always, runs 2.5 miles to the workout and then back when done, way to stay green! See you next time men!

AYE!

HIPAA

 

 

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