December 4, 2019

Tortoise and the hare

THE SCENE:
Not cool enough to keep us from sweating.

F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER

Aye

WARM-UP:

SSH x 20 IC

Imperial Walkers x 15 IC

Daisy Pickers x 15 IC

THA-THANG:
Tortoise and the hare race. Pax partnered up. While one partner performed a movement that transported them slowly, the other completed reps of an exercise and jogged to catch his partner. Roles switched until 50 yards was completed.

Bear crawl and 10 burpees

Lunge walk and 15 jump squats(4 count)

Crab walk and 15 merkin with a twist

Sumo walk and 15 Big Boy Sit ups

Inch worm and 15 curls & 15 OHP w/ coupon

MARY:
High intensity AMRAP for 30s w/ 10s rest

Hello Dolly

Mountain Climbers

J-Los

LBCs

COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA:
4 Pax

CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:

A podcast I was listening to was talking about communication. We often misjudge other people’s intentions because we read our own thoughts into their actions, words, expressions, etc. Humans are historically bad  at judging each other (See CIA and Russian intelligence not being able to detect double agents and AI better predictions of parole violations than judges). How often do we let our suppositions affect how we communicate with those around us? The best way to defeat misjudgment is intentional communication. We need to effectively communicate our intentions and understand those of others. On a spiritual level we must openly communicate with God in order to understand His intentions for us as well.

MOLESKIN:
Should have worked out more over Thanksgiving break

QIC:
Shy Guy
Workout Date:
12-03-2019