Twelve HIMs showed up at The Ricky Bobby for a little Dora, Two Corners, and some futbol.
10x Each (in Cadence):
- Imperial Walkers
- Cotton Pickers
- Monkey Humpers
- Dying Cockroaches
Mosey down by the gate to the crosswalk for a quick round of Dora
- 100 Freddie Mercs
- 200 Bobby Hurleys
- 300 Flutter Kicks
Mosey back to the track for our next round
Dirt led a “Rack ’em and stack ’em” workout at the Storm a while back and Watts Up did the same with his “Compounding Interest” workout at the Sandlot. Mosey, do an exercise, Mosey back, add it on top of what you’ve already done. Rinse. Repeat. I wanted to do the same, but let the PAX roll at their own pace, so I explained the whole thing at once, which long story short led to some mumble chatter about the “incomplete other side” and a description of the “Two Corners Thing” and, well, yeah. That’s about as well as I described it. Did I mention I’m an idiot? Anyways, in spite of the best efforts of YHC, the PAX picked up on what we were doing pretty quickly. It went something like this:
- 10x Wide Arm Merkins
- 15x Mountain Climbers
- 20x Diamond Merkins
At the end of the round, the first 2 finished ran to a very strategically placed soccer ball and waited for the 6.
With perfectly good soccer goals on the track at The Ricky Bobby, it’d be a shame if they were never used, so I figured we could throw a game of chance into the mix. The 2 fastest PAX in Round 1 would get a chance to take a shot at the soccer goal with burpees on the line. If he made it, 5 burpees for the rest of the group. If he missed, 10 burpees for himself. Our two strongest in Round 1 were Roscoe and Tesla. Roscoe buried his shot into the net with extreme force. Tesla did not. Burpees were done and we moved on.
Between Rounds 1 and 2, we partnered up and did some lune walks and some squats. Partner 1 lunge walked about 3/4 of the way across the field and back. Partner 2 did squats til his partner came back. Switch.
More Two Corners action, this time:
- 10x Plank Jacks
- 15x Mike Tysons
- 20x Shoulder Taps
And soccer balls placed closer to midfield. Our two strongest this round were Nutria and Breaker Breaker. This time, if one of the two scored the goal, nobody did burpees. If they both missed, it would be 5 burpees. I could have said 100 and it wouldn’t have mattered. Nutria stepped up like he’s done this 100x before and just buried the ball in the net. Off his foot it was just a thing of beauty. After a shot so glorious, who cared about the next one? (Breaker Breaker missed.)
Back to the flag for 2 minutes of LBCs.
- Convergence 10/31 – Bring Shoes
- Shirts soon on Mudgear for the Yank, Gashouse, Storm and Bulldog
- PT Test 11/14
- Give2Give – if you haven’t given yet, please consider; F3 is free, so give as you can
- November Challenge
- Breaker Breaker’s Aunt
- Family and Friends of SP Student
- Montross’s M
I got my F3 name over 5 years ago, but this was my first time in the center of the Circle. There’s a list of HIMs too long to name that have pushed me and showed me how to be a rock pusher. Quick shout out to Woody for the EH to “Martha’s House” all those years ago and Sargento for the help with this VQ. The more I learn, the more I realize how much I still have to learn, and I’m honored to get out in the gloom with the HIMs of F3 Gastonia and just keep getting better.
It was good to see Tricycle in the gloom at The Ricky Bobby after his first dose of buttermilk.
Yabba Dabba Doo