WEATHER: 38/Clear/WNW 3MPH wind/63% humidity
- SSH (15/4ct)
- Mountain Man Poopers (15/4ct)
- Imperial Walkers (15/4ct)
- Abe Vigodas (15/4ct forward; 15/4ct backward)
- Daisy Pickers (15/4ct)
All PAX transport to football field
- Lunges (1:1)
- Mountain climbers
- Flutter kicks (1:1)
- Arm Raises
- Monkey humpers
All exercises are reps of 100. PAX directed to begin each exercise. When one PAX completes 100 reps, the say “100.” All PAX are now done. All PAX now bear crawl to 10yd line, pop up, and sprint to the opposing end zone. All PAX begin the next exercise and someone new must complete the 100 reps. All PAX are now done with PAX bear crawling to the 10yd line, popping up, and sprinting to the opposing end zone. Repeat until all 10 exercises are completed. The final exercise–burpees–are 100 per PAX. I passed off the communication/commencement of this exercise to Rancid who queued my first workout. This is NOT complete until ALL PAX have completed his 100 reps.
Transport back to parking lot.
Count off followed by name/age/F3 name.
- Reminder of Monday night Forge
- Early warning to PAX that Cutter was planning/coordinatinga CSAUP for 22DECEMBER
One year prior, I was invited by Josh/Kodak to participate in F3. My first workout was led by Rancid and with very few exceptions, this was the workout. It was a way to suggest the adage that it doesn’t matter who knows so long as I don’t forget. Rancid offered a Carl Sagan quote of “In all our searching, the only thing we’ve found that makes the emptiness bearable is each other.” I added to that another quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow which said, “Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and oftentimes we call a man cold when he is only sad.” I informed the PAX that this was where I was a year prior and that the invitation to participate was a turning point for me. I encouraged men to continue to answer that invitation and to reach out to one another.