F3 Knoxville

Fat Amy’s Necktie

Bomb Shelter
Workout Date: 1 Feb 2020
QIC: Snorkel

THE SCENE: Low 40’s and quite pleasant.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
WARM-O-RAMA:

20 SSH

10 Windmills

THA-THANG:

Mosey to the Plateau of Pain.

16 cones across the plateau. Run to first cone and do exercise. Run back to start then on to second cone for next exercise and so on.

  1. 50 Squats
  2. 20 Burpees
  3. 40 BBS
  4. 20 Burpees
  5. 30 Merkins
  6. 20 Burpees
  7. 20 Iron Squats
  8. 20 Burpees
  9. 20 Burpees
  10. 20 Iron Squats
  11. 20 Burpees
  12. 30 Merkins
  13. 20 Burpees
  14. 40 BBS
  15. 20 Burpees
  16. 50 Squats

MARY:

20 Flutter Kicks

20 LBCs

Repeated 4 times

COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
13 HIMs
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:

Abridged version of the Bluejacket’s guide to leadership. A 1943 manual given to junior enlisted sailors.

Loyalty. Loyalty is the opposite of treachery. A man who is not true to himself cannot be loyal to anyone or anything.

Faith. Believe in yourself. Trust yourself. Count on yourself.

Obedience. To be obedient is to place your own desires and impulses in second position.

Courage. Courage is that quality which enables one to meet danger and difficulties with firmness and with ability unimpaired. It does not mean absence of fear. A courageous man has mastered fear. Cool courage implies ability to exercise sound judgment in the face of danger.

Honor. Act so that your home folks will be proud of you, and will tell all of your friends what fine things you are doing. Act so that others will want to be like you.

Self-control. Self-control is the visible evidence of self-discipline.

Knowledge. Knowledge comes only through study and hard work. Men always respect you for what you know. It pays to know, and to know you know. Know your own job well and when you know it perfectly you will be on your way to knowing the job ahead of you.

Reliability. Always do what you are told to do, and do it the best you know how.

Spirit. To have spirit means to be able to become enthusiastic and inspired in everything you do and to show a lively interest in your work.

Justice. Be square. Play the game hard, but play it squarely. Give a square deal to others and expect one in return. Act so that others can respect you as a man.

Truthfulness. The final test of a man is: In a pinch, will he lie? Many a man who told the whole truth has been let off or given light punishment, where the liar was punished for the offense and for lying as well.

Conduct. Good behavior and a clear record are essential for promotion to positions of leadership. A leader’s conduct must always be exemplary and the standards maintained by leaders are very high.

Initiative. Sound judgment in taking the initiative (or in leading toward a goal) is an essential quality in a leader.

Energetic. A man who does not spare his efforts, or value them higher than the proper performance of his duty, is energetic. He does things the “smart” way and is not too concerned about whether it is the “hard” way or the “easy” way.

Cheerfulness. Good will, easy manners, and friendly speech are contagious.

Honesty. Your belongings are yours and yours to use or dispose of. Stealing is an admission by a man that he is inadequate to obtain the things he craves by fair and open means.

MOLESKIN:
I think I set a new calorie and mileage record for myself on that one. 781 cals and 4.13 miles.
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