Run from Butkus!

THE SCENE: A sticky 66°

F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER: PAX were warmly welcomed, Disclaimer was disclaimed

WARM-O-RAMA:
Mountain Climbers IC x 20
SSH IC x 20
Bobby Hurleys OYO x 20
Shoulder Presses IC x 20

THA-THANG: PAX moseyed to football field

Warm-o-Rama Part Deux
– Rocky Balboas IC x 20
– Butkus (1 min on, rest 60 seconds) for 3 rounds

Relay for Life
– PAX positioned every 100m on the track
– Sprint between relay legs
– While PAX are waiting for their leg, complete continual rotations of Squats /Merkins/American Hammers x 10
– Each PAX completed 600m (1.5 laps around track)

Catch Me if You Can
– Partner 1: Reverse mosey around track
– Partner 2: 5 Burpees and then sprint to catch P1, then flapjack
– Continue until one lap around track is completed (400m)

Return Mosey to Startex (with two Mercy Pearl stops)
– Overhead Claps IC x 15
– Cherry Pickers IC x 15

MARY: 90 seconds of no-rest-Mary
Rosalitas IC x 10, right into …
Hello Dolly IC x 10, back into …
Rosalitas IC x 10, then finish with …
Hello Dolly IC x 10

COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
7 PAX dominated the fartsack: C-Lo, Slicnut, Billy Blanks, Bombay, Meter Maid, Raven, Captain Obvious (QIC)

CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
The Daily Red Pill (aka DRP) is not a once-a-day vitamin. We are presented with the red/blue pill choice all day. The biggest choice often comes when you pull into the driveway after a long day of work and turn off your car. Will you crash and detach (blue pill) or invest and engage (red pill)? A HIM realizes his day isn’t over when he pulls the key out of the ignition. He knows it’s just beginning.

MOLESKIN:
The Mumble Chatter that was present during Warm-o-Rama I and II ceased once relay sprints began. Many of the PAX required a long recovery on their six at the conclusion of Mary. It was a good day, a really good day. YHC enjoyed sweating with the six HIMs who rejected the fartsack in search of their first red pill of the day.


Rocky & Butkus

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