But you ain’t got no legs, Lt Dan!


When: 01/27/2024


Number of Pax: 12

Pax Names:

Number of FNGS: 1

FNG Names: Pillbox

QIC: Spitvalve

The BackBlast:

Good conditions for a 7am Wreck Center Beatdown. the 33 degree dew point maid things a bit soggy, however. 11 PAX strong and one FNG, Pillbox, to round out the crew.


  • Motivators (from 6) 
  • Daisy Pickers
  • Mountain Man Poopers
  • Windmills 


The Thang 1 

  • Jog to front of OPRF. Once there, do:
    • 100 Derkins
    • 200 Tricep Dips 
    • 100 Step Ups 
  • 30 seconds on, 10 off, 30 on
    • One partner does exercise above, partner on “rest” does either shoulder taps or LBCs. Done when PAX pair reaches combined total.
  • The Thang 2
  • Mosey to Scoville & Focus on Legs:
    • Split into two groups at base of hill, facing in opposite directions on the circular path. Complete Lt. Dans along the path until you meet the other group coming from the opposite direction. 
      • One squat, followed by 4 lunges, then 2 squats followed by 8 lunges, etc
      • Continue with 1:4 ratio until PAX get all the way around Scoville Park. 
    • Daft Punks @ top of hill
      • Right leg lunge forward (step back to center after each) / Right leg lunge sideways / Right leg lunge back / Left leg lunge back / Left leg lunge sideways / Left leg lunge forward. This completes one full Daft Punk.

The Thang 3

  • Run back to Wreck Center 
  • “Failure to launch” x3 
    • (hold Al Gores while Q counts down from 10, then say “Liftoff!” jumping up, and immediately returning to Al Gore)
  • Baseball diamond roulette
    • Split into 4 groups. Group @ home does5 burpees and marks time.
    • 1st base does spider Merkins
    • 2nd base does squats
    • 3rd base does imperial walkers
  • Victory Merkin


  • PAX choice on this one. 


Circle of Trust:

My wife was in the hospital for a few days this week to get her appendix out. I have two main takeaways: First, the importance of advocating for yourself and those in your care. Second, the two-way street of hospitality. Sometimes we need to learn to receive hospitality just as we give it. 


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