The Pax of 8 gathered on a perfect morning of about 60 degrees with a nice breeze and jumped right into a beat down at the Cadet Lab. Recent FNGs, Cheesehead and Mis-Fire were on hand and we welcomed another, Rick Shouse, F3 name: Daughtry. The workout played out like this:
SSH IC x 20
Merkins IC x 15
Windmills IC x 20
Imperial Walkers IC x 20
Mountain Climbers IC x 20
Sun Gods IC 15 F, 15 R
Mosey halfway down the main parking lot and back and then a short mosey over to the playground for:
Partner up. One of the partners begins working on a set of exercises while the other took off on a run about 120 yards out and doing one burpee and then running back and switching with his partner. The exercises were as follows with the required number of repetitions:
Step Ups 150
Plank Jacks 200
Parker Peters 200
Crunchy Frogs 150
I do not think anyone got past the Crunchy Frogs and on to Carolina Dry Docks and Hillbillies due to time. Mosey back to the shovel flag for MARY.
LBCs IC x 20
Freddy Mercurys IC x 20
Flutter Kicks IC x 20
American Hammers IC x 25
Dr. Evil took us out
Great work by the PAX this morning. Great effort by Daughtry in his first time out. That makes 4 FNGs over the last 3 Cadet Labs. Keep the new guys coming. #GiveItAway
Dr. Evil invited the PAX to venture over to KVegas sometime and gave the dates: M-F-Sat at 4th of July Park and W at Beeson.
Udders brought up the Family workout at Mendenhall Middle School in Greensboro just off of Cone Blvd, turn onto Marston. 7:00 AM this Saturday. Bring your M and/or 2.0s. Should be a fun workout for all.
Double Check reminded us of the book study at Tommy Boy’s on Tuesdays at 8:30 PM.
New workout in Greensboro at 6:30 AM at Kernodle Middle School near Well Spring Retirement Center on Saturdays.
Tap Room on Wednesdays from 5:30 PM on. Join us for 2nd F fellowship.
YHC brought up the article in the paper the other day about the young boy that was adopted by a couple with tremendous special needs after having shaken baby syndrome when he was very young. Very inspirational parents that have done amazing work with the young boy who is 11 now. It is a lesson to all of us about reaching out and making a difference.
It was an honor to lead today. Aye!