What impact are you making?
YHC had the Q for this morning’s beatdown. The M and I went on a little date night last night so planning a beatdown wasn’t my top priority. Today was mostly made up on the fly.
- SSH (15x)
- IW (20x)
- Mosey to first rock pile
- Happy Appy (20x)
- Slow Count Merkin (10x)
- Mosey to 2nd rock pile
- Grandpa Jacks (10x)
- Penny Pickers (10x)
- Moroccan Night Club (50x) – this gave me time to plan
- Grab a coupon
- Mosey to bus lot
- Using the bus lot lanes, complete squats x the number on the parking spot.
- Bottom of the lot is home base and = 5 merkins.
- Returning to the bottom of the lot for 5 merkins after each parking spot.
- Ex: 5 merkins, 18 squats, 5 merkins, 17 squats, 5 merkins, 16 squats, etc.
- Stopped at lane 11 and retreated to the wall for Wall sits and BTTW
- Continue back to the lot to complete lanes 10-1
- Back to wall for more People’s Chair and BTTW
- Return coupon and mosey back to flags
Thoughts for today:
What impact are you making? I think back to my childhood, many of my favorite memories include my Dad’s friends. Several of these guys made a real impact on me growing up. One in particular, Eddie, means the world to me. I realized this morning these young men: Epsilon, 3rd Day, Sparkplug and other 2.0s that regularly come out are observing and absorbing our interactions with each other and with them. What impact are we making on these young men? What other opportunity does a young man truly have to interact side by side with adult male leadership and are expected to participate as equal – in participation and in leading. Dad’s of these 2.0s, well done! Keep them coming and keep them involved. 2.0s that are regularly coming and in many cases setting the example as servant leaders, bravo! Keep it up. My hat is off to you. It’s awesome to watch y’all stand tall and flourish.
What impact are we making? F3 isn’t just a workout. Take a second and invest in the PAX next to you.
I keep this picture on my dresser. This particular hunt I was lucky enough to harvest a Tundra Swan with my dad (pictured right) and his best friend Eddie (pictured center). The swan was cool, the hunts were fun, but the experience from countless Saturdays with my dad and his friends played a huge role in molding me.