This morning had to be one of the gloomiest yet most exciting mornings Folsom has witnessed in a good while. As far as gloom, the fog was thick rolling into Folsom and it was a damp 40*. You’ll understand here shortly that there was more “gloom” and a lot of excitement as stated.
YHC has come up with a pretty good weinke for this morning. I borrowed some of a Q that our own Gastone had laid out Downtown a little while back. Word on our Folsom GroupMe chat yesterday was that there would be an FNG. Not to my surprise, he showed. I’ve gotta hand it to Folsom, there’s been some EHing going on lately and a lot of the new guys are sticking around! Ok, so, several PAX roll in at time so we start.
SSH, Low Slow Squats x10 IC
Indian run from start to the far parking lot by the ball fields. Stop at about the half way point of the lot. Partner up for some Dirty 11’s. This is basically individual Dirty 11’s but at the mid way point you’ll perform 5 BooYa merkins with your partner. The other 2 exercises were burpees and Mike Tyson’s. This took a bit longer than planned so once we hit 0610, we lined up to Indian run back to start. While the 6 were being picked up, PAX did some Mary with 10 burpees, 20 LBCs, 20 Flutter Kicks.
announcements- Rooster CSAUP, P200
COT- Allen Tate’s Mom, Rockabillys Mother had surgery today
YHC took us out in Prayer
Its an honor to lead you men. We all are getting stronger everyday. Also, if you didn’t know already, Allen Tate had been labeled Chief RockPusher by Montross a while back. Some approved and actually started referring him as such. He had tried his best to have his F3 name changed, but that wasn’t going to happen. Rules say you can’t name yourself and if you ask for a different one, it’s going to be more harsh than the first. So, anyway, Folsom has an FNG to name this AM. Allen Tate nor his side kick SiteQ Montross were present. That being said after getting to know this FNG, it was determined his name would be Chief. After all, he mentioned that he had a “lot of kids, a tribe of them.” Some say it was spiteful, but I say it was destiny. It seems today that there are some hurt feelings due to said events of the naming, but I’m sure they shall heal over time. There’s was also excitement in the disbelief of what had happened. Anyway, Welcome Chief.