Date: 2/29/20

QIC: Chernobyl

PAX: Red Ryder, Gemini, Elmer Fudd

Gloom Factor: Clear and Cool, 48ºF

EC: Run: Red Ryder 6 miles


Warmarama

  • 25 SSH IC
  • Arm Stretch
  • 15 Merkins
  • 10 WMH IC
  • 10 Windmills IC
  • 10  Count “Soap Droppers” (Formally knows as Hanging Leg Stretch)
  • 10 Lindsay Von’s IC
  • 10 Imperial Walkers IC
  • 10 Heisman IC (New exercise)
  • Lap around parking lot

The Thang

The PAX moseyed to workout station to get in as much of the Feburary DRP challenge as we could to close our February.  We completed 5 rounds of the below (didn’t run a lap on the last round due to time and fatigue).

One Full Round

  • 25 Flutter Kicks
  • 15 Dips
  • 5 Burpees
  • 15 Flutter Kicks
  • 25 Dips
  • 5 Burpees
  • Long Lap up misery hill and back to workout station (.5 miles)

Total for Each round was 

  • 40 Flutter Kicks
  • 40 Dips
  • 10 Burpees

Total for the workout

  • 200 Flutter Kicks
  • 200 Dips
  • 50 Burpees
  • 2 Miles of running

Mary

The PAX then got in a circle in the workout station for a very quick Mary.  We did dealer’s choice for the exercises

  • 20 Heals to the Heaven Single count
  • 15 WWI’s
  • 15 Crunchy Frog IC
  • 10 Box Cutters IC

Announcements

  • Monday March 2nd we will be working out at a new location called the Sasquatch with a convergence with F3 Austin .   Workout will be at 5:30 AM and this will count as a downrange.  Encourage everyone to come out for a good beat down.  F3NATX will also look to get there early for some EC.  Check out the Slack Channel for more info.
  • March 3rd we will be having our leadership meeting at Starbucks at Lakeline and Crystal Falls at 6 am.
  • March starts tomorrow which means a new DRP challenge for the month.  This month is WW1’s and Jumpsquats.  Have to complete 25 WW1’s per day and 50 Jump Squats which totals 775 WW1’s and 1550 Jump Squats for the month.

COT

Great job by all that braved the Saturday Fart Sack and made it out for our DRP workout.  The word that I have been using this year is Consistency.  It fits with the DRP challenge and I challenge all PAX to do your best to be consistent.  This is an amazing group that I am blessed to be a part of and I have learned that the more you put into the group the more you get out of it.  We can take the qualities we learned from this group of guys and use it in our community, our family, and in our work life.

We ask the Lord to protect us and watch over us as we go out into the weekend.  Keep us safe in Jesus name we pray. Amen! AYE!

DRP Challenge 

  • 200 Flutter Kicks
  • 200 Dips
  • 50 Burpees
  • 2 Miles of running