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Pearl Harbor Remembrance Beat Down (a day early)

  • When: 12/06/18
  • QIC: Barrister
  • The PAX: Barrister, Brinkley, Chavez, Hugo, Sully, Gordo, #1, Charmin


Eight PAX decided to brave the cold and better themselves this morning.  (Sully was a little late but he gets full credit)  The 24 degree temperature and the threat of a Barrister Beat Down was not enough to scare these brave men away.  The beat down went a little like this:

Mosey to bus parking lot

Warm-o-Rama:

12 x SSH (in cadence)

7 x WWII Sit-Ups (in cadence)

The Thang:

Partner up size does not matter

1st Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does SSH – total 250 – single count

2nd Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does mercans – total 250

3rd Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does squats – total 250

4th Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does LBCs – total 250

5th Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does Carolina Dry Docks – total 250

6th Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does lunges – total 250 – single count

7th Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does Freddy Mercury – total 250 – single count each leg

8th Exercise – Partner One runs the short loop while Partner Two does Apollo Ono – total 250 – single count each leg

Mosey to Mary

Homer to Marge

COT

Announcements – Gremlin & Winter Gala

That is 2,000 reps through 8 exercises, to remember the 2,008 sailors killed at Pearl Harbor on 12/7/1941.  That took up the entire time and then some.  I had planned on doing 15 hand release mercans to remember the 15 recipients of the Navy Medal of Honor for their heroics and 51 squats to remember the 51 Navy Cross recipients.  Let’s take time over the next couple of days to remember all of those who lost their lives in that attack and the subsequent war that ensued.  Let’s make sure that 12/7/41 is a day that will live in infamy.  Not only did 2,008 sailors die that day, but 218 Army personnel lost their lives alongside 109 Marines and 68 civilians.  The attack only lasted a few hours, but the impact will last forever.

Barrister

Comments

  1. Disaster

    That beatdown sounded cold and difficult. Apparently I picked a good day to sleep in. TClaps to those PAX braving the elements to honor our fallen heroes.

    • Barrister

      We kept moving so the cold wasn’t that bad

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