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Intro and Disclaimer
Side Straddle Hops x20(IC)
Imperial Walkers x15- (IC)
Hamstring Busters x15(IC)
Little Baby Arm Circles Forward x10-(IC)
Reverse x10- (IC)
Big Boy Arm Circles Forward x10 (IC)
Reverse x10 (IC)
Partner Up and Go to the bottom of Little Baby Hill
Run with your partner to the top of the hill and do some combination of 20 lunges: 10/10 or 15/5, whatever works best for you and your partner, plank in parking lot when finished
First partner runs to other side of the parking lot and does 10 Derkins, while partner still on the baseline does 1 Cinder Block Trophy (Squat, Clean & Press CB)=11. Partner that did the derkin runs back and the two partners switch. Next round 9 derkins, 2 CB Trophies and then 8 derkins and 3 CB trophies until reversed reaching 1 derkin and 10 CB trophies. All equaling 11.
Mosey to Cardiac Hill
You can do it Twice!
Start at the bottom of Cardiac Hill with 10 pushups, run to the first curve and do 10 squats, second curve 10 diamond pushups, bear crawl the baby hill at the top, then finish with 10 dips on the benches. Rinse and repeat with reps of 20. Plank at the bottom.
Mosey back to Homebase for ABS
Hello Dolly’s x20 (IC) by Crawdad
Box Cutters x15 (IC) by Woodshack
Count off and Name-O-Rama 66 PAX and 4 FNGs!
We all are here to get better from a physical standpoint. I love this PAX, love the diversity in ages, young and experienced! It’s the guys that we yell “RESPECT” to after they say their name and nickname that get me out of bed in the mornings and drive me. I can only hope that when I am their age one day I am doing the same. Yet, we would be fools if we stopped just at allowing them to inspire us physically. I once heard a mentor say that everyone thinks a man or #HIM is someone who is courageous and strong, showing little emotion, being hard to break, and not completely sharing their heart because vulnerability could lead to hurt or pain, BUT its actually the opposite! It takes courageousness and strength to share yourself, and open up and allow someone to know your struggles, fears, and what life has taught you. That is what Jesus did for us, and as men we are called to do the same, share our hearts with one another. My challenge to this PAX, especially younger PAX members, is to really get to know those around, especially the guys with a lot of life experience under their belt. This PAX is extremely fortunate to have so many great men, and we would be foolish if we did not seek out their guidance and mentorship. I also challenge those men, to open up and be vulnerable and share with those younger PAX members what life’s journey has had for you; the hard things, the lessons, failures, success, advice, etc. So at our next F2 event, coffeeteria or lunch, get out of your comfort zone, and seek out life with another just as Jesus has called us to do!
Bandwagon (submitted by Cap’n Crunch)