Zero Fun Sir

AO: The Main Event

When: 03/01/2022


Number of Pax: 14

Pax Names: A-Aron, BROTHER BLUTO, Grace, Mayhem, Mr. Burns, My Buddy, Old Man Bleu, Redick, Slick Back, Sloan, Smails, Stateville, Terps, Undercover Brother,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Redick

The BackBlast:

F3 Q 3.1.22


Parking Lot

  • 40 side straddle hops
  • 10 Tappy Taps
  • Left leg Quad
  • Right leg Quad
  • Static hip flexor
  • Shoulder left
  • Shoulder right
  • Triceps left
  • Triceps right
  • Neck rolls 

1 Lap around the AO – Indian Run

Run to the Pavillion x 2

  • Dips
  • Decline Merkins
  • Step Ups 
  • 1 legged squats / 10 each side
  • Merkins

Run to the Amphitheater

  • Squats
  • LCB’s
  • Freddy Mercurys
  • Burpees
  • Plank / Side Plank each side

Run to the Parking Lot at Panera

  • Partner up – 1 partner runs up the hill, other partner does a different workout each time (each group of 2 decide what they want to do)

Run back to Parking Lot

  • Hold plank for 3:17 to Oasis’  “F****** in the bushes”


COT: Importance of Teams within an organization/community

Dynamic Teams are the heart of healthy Communities and Effective Organizations

Part of our Q source today, but it’s around Grouping together / communities / orgs / teams.  I want to specifically touch on the importance of teams as Q source says “dynamic teams are the heart of a health community / effective organizations.”  I especially believe this to be true in a work setting.  

Last year our team read the book “9 Lies About Work – A Freethinkers Guide to the Real World.”  The basic premise of the book is to question and ultimately disprove 9 of the most common principles about work.  The first chapter is “Lie #1 – People Care Which Company They Work For.”  The synopsis is people care much more about the teams that they are a part of at the organization than the organization itself.  The researchers provide the data to thousands of surveys they have taken across the world to back this up and analyze why some teams are much more successful and engaged at the same company than others.  Pretty interesting stuff.  They did a huge study at Cisco and found that the best teams have 8 commonalities among them.  The statements below measure an employee’s overall engagement level: 

  1. I am really enthusiastic about the mission of my company.
  2. At work, I clearly understand what is expected of me.
  3. In my team, I am surrounded by people who share my values.
  4. I have the chance to use my strengths at work every day. 
  5. My teammates have my back. 
  6. I know I will be recognized for excellent work. 
  7. I have great confidence in my company’s future.  
  8. In my work, I am always challenged to grow.

So, if you lead a team these can be great measuring sticks to determine how engaged they are.

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