January 14, 2021

Do as I say, Not as I do

Brisk, but warmest day of the week so far. No wind which was nice. Arrived 15 min early and planted the flag.


I am not a professional, just a guy.


  • SSH x 20 IC
  • Tempo Squats x 15 IC
  • SSH x 20 IC
  • Tempo Merkins x 15 IC
  • SSH x 20 IC
  • Daisy Pickers x 10 IC
  • Stretch for 30 seconds ( I slipped and accidentally said 30 minutes, which was greeted by cheers from the PAX. Quickly corrected myself)

Sheldon Cooper Modified for CMUs

Perform 10 reps of each exercise below and then run a lap around the soccer field. Then perform 9 reps of each and another lap, then 8, 7,6…all the way down to 1 rep of each, always followed by a lap.

  • Overhead Press with coupon
  • Curls with coupon
  • Merkins alternating arms on coupon
  • Upright Rows with coupon
  • Squats with coupon

CMU curls until all in. Harry Potter and Turkey Leg were itching to do some chin ups, so I told them to go get them in while we were waiting for all in. (Playground was across the lot)

After “all in” we lined up on the sideline and did Burpee Dans.

  • 4 Lunge Walks, 1 Burpee. Rinse and repeat until you get across the field
  • 4 Lunge Walks, 2 Burpees. Rinse and repeat until you get back across the field


  • 1 Min Plank

11 PAX, 0 FNGs

falsetto, utah, turkey leg, hacksaw, dial up, harry potter, ratio(aoq), pablo, landline(qic),  pup tent, mcquack 

Do as I say, Not as I do” is a saying I have heard from my Dad several times growing up. It is a hypocritical statement where they are commanding someone to follow their rules, even though they, themselves are breaking their own rules. Challenged the PAX to lead by example with their actions. Actions speak louder than words and children look up to adults and often mimic their actions.

If parents smoke, their children are more likely to pickup smoking. If parents abuse alcohol and drugs, their children are more likely to do the same. If children experience domestic violence in their household, they are more likely to abuse their spouse.

On the contrary, parents who have a healthy dose of self esteem tend to raise children who are more confident. Those who achieve academic success will likely have children who follow their lead. Those who remain happily married will impact their children’s future relationships.

Be mindful of how you act in front of kids, especially in the following scenarios:

  • How you express stress and frustration
  • How you treat others
  • Your diet and exercise routine
  • How you deal with mistakes

They are always watching.

Prayed for Dial Up’s M and 2.0’s health as well as Pablo’s friend’s family for the loss of their loved one

Bauer starts Friday a 6PM and lasts until Saturday 6PM. SYITG

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