F3 Concord – Feel The Burn
18 magnificent PAX showed up to feel the burn on a perfect winter morning with the PAX’s bi-paxualness on full display — well done Kannon.
Mosey to Rehab parking lot.
Karaoke both ways
33 SSH’s, of which BCR enjoyed everyone of them.
10 Mtn. Climbers
10 walk-out Mercs
Mosey back to AO
Simple circuit around the front side of ASEC through 3 stations. PAX separated accordingly for spacing.
Station 1: 5 burpees, plus suicide.
Station 2: 12 reverse crunches with bench, followed by 15 bench dips
Station 3: 12 SSH with shoulder press block, 12 KGB’s with block.
Mosey back to start with bear crawl between parking lot medians.
Repeato all over again…
Plank, then Jlow’s (where you at Cat?), then plank with reach, then some more plain ‘ol plank. Over two minutes total and everybody loved it.
Immediate groans were heard when the burpee/suicide station (made famous by Grover) was announced and let the Q know he was doing something right. Most PAX completed 5-6 circuits and seemed spent at Mary. In hindsight, a simple 15 of everything probably made more sense and wouldn’t have taxed the early morning brainpower of the PAX…next time. Q was informed that all left/right alternating workouts should start with the right hand. Unfortunately the Q is so dominantly left-handed (ie, can’t brush his teeth with his right) that he always shows his gratitude to lefty by putting him first. A little miscommunication on coffeeteria as the PAX split half and half between GW and SB but I’m sure the opinions and jokes shared at both were outstanding.
Prayers for Homeland’s uncle (Russ) who passed. He was 56 years young. And Hips friend that passed who seemed to have lived an incredible, Christ-centered life.
I’m not 100% sure who said this, may have been Gandalf, but, “it’s not a question of how much time you have, but what you do with the time you’ve been given”. Not trying to induce a sappy, eye-roll but we should all be checking ourselves daily to make sure we’re being the best husbands, fathers, sons, and Christ-like individuals we can be, because nothing’s guaranteed.
Always an honor to lead.