AO: City Limits
Number of Pax: 16
Pax Names: Alliance, Bronco, Checker, Fogger, Footloose, Hackey Sack, Kipling, Kodak, Little Finger, Madoff, Puck, RA, Sheriff, The Real McCoy, Tron,
Number of FNGS: 0
QIC: Linus feat. Footloose
Weather: clear skies, 60 degrees, with SE 2MPH wind
- Motivators (starting at 7)
- Abe Vigodas (10F/10B; 4ct)
- Daisy Pickers (10; 4ct)
Run to football field.
- Start at endzone.
- Sprint to 20Y line, and perform 20, 1-legged burpees (1:1).
- Sprint to 40Y line, and perform 20, hand-release push-ups.
- Sprint to opposing 40Y line, and perform 20, mountain climbers (1:1).
- Sprint to opposing 20Y line, and perform 20, alternating staggered push-ups (1:1).
- Sprint to opposing endzone, and perform 20 jumping lunges (1:1).
- Backpedal to original endzone.
**ALL OF THAT IS CONSIDERED 1 LOOP**
**Do as many loops as possible in 35 minutes**
**If competition, count overall loops, and if in the middle of a loop, count the reps too (example: if a person ran 5 total loops and completed 20, 1-legged burpees and 20 hand release push-ups, that persons score would be 5 + 40…or however you wanna score it. #ImNotSmart).
Kodak encouraged people to not just work out but to also engage in the second and third Fs citing Rossy’s past fire pit event, and also that FVI was cooking up a serving opportunity. RA put out that his Ragnar Run team was looking for one more, and Tron snagged the spot making TeamOP for Ragnar Run fully manned. All scores for today’s event were to be individually submitted via DM to Alliance.
Given the timeframe, I referenced Nicholas Cage’s variety of Gone in Sixty Seconds where “Kip Raines” gets in deep with carjacking high end cars and begrudgingly ushers out of retirement his brother “Memphis Raines” for the assist. Kip is introducing his crew to Memphis and saying what each member specializes. He eventually comes to a crew member named “Freb,” and says “…and Freb…well Freb can order pizzas.” In other words, it didn’t seem like Freb provided much value. Immediately, Freb just says, “Hey. People gotta eat, right?” The long-shot point was that whether you were a ring leader like Memphis or any part player, do it as best as you can. Support your team. I closed with a 2012(?), post-game interview with Tom Thibodeau where he said, “Do. Your. Job.” Whether it is your actual job, your role in your family, a commitment you made…Do. Your. Job.