Rain & Wind… just another day at the AEGIS

QIC- Summit 

7 High Impact Men didn’t let the wind and pouring rain stop them from starting the day strong!   

And as always with this Squad- some high quality chatter helped distract from the conditions!!

Warmup – IC 

Windmills – 15

Moroccan NC- 15

Mosey Lap around circle 

SSH- 15 

Cherry Picker – 15 

Mosey lap around circle 

Mountain climbers- 15

Imperial walker – 15 

The Thang-

Mosey to large parking lot by church. 

For……. 10 cones!   10 cones set up across parking lot, spaced at every other parking spot.

Burpee broad jump to cone 1 

11 Merkin 

Nur back 

Inch worm to cone 2 

12 merkins

Nur back 

Lt dan to cone 3 

13 merkins 

Nur back

High knees to cone 4

14 merkins 

Nur back 

Mosey to cone 5

15 merkins 

Nur back

Side shuffle to cone 6

16 merkins

Nur back 

Side shuffle to cone 7 

17 merkins 

Nur back 

Karaoke to cone 8 

18 merkins

Nur back 

Karaoke to cone 9 

19 merkins 

Nur back 

Nur to cone 10 

20 merkins 

Nur back 

Mosey to cone 9 

9 merkins

Mosey back 

Karaoke  to cone 8 

8 merkins 

Karaoke back 

Side shuffle to cone 7 

7 merkins 

Side shuffle back 

Lt dan  to cone 6 

6 merkins 

Lt dan back 

High knees to cone 5 

5 merkins 

High knees back 

Nur to cone 4 

4 merkins 

Nur back 

Sprint to cone 3 

3 merkins 

Sprint back 

Burpee broad jump to cone 2 

2 merkins 

Burpee broad jump back 

Inch worm to cone 1 

1 merkin

Inch worm back 

3rd F message-  https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.crosswalk.com/faith/men/love-s-bottom-line.html%3famp=1

Before leaving the lot , we got a round of 10 cone Abs ! At each cone pax would do lbc’s – 5x the number of cone they were at …

Mosey to 10 cone

50 lbc 

Mosey back 

Mosey to 9 cone 

45 lbc 

Mosey back 

At cone 5 switched to The American Hammer / Mosey combo 

Finishing of at cone 1 with 5 American Hammers 

Mosey back to AO 

Count-a-Rama

Name – a- Rama 

COT 

Have a Blessed Easter! Remember , it’s not about the bunny….

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Just the 2 of us

QIC CHATTAHOOCHEE

2 HIM posted for A nice warm morning at the circle with no rain at first and then just a nice cooling mist followed by a good soaking down pour for about the last ten mins of the beat down I washed my weinke so hope my memory serves me correctly

WARM UP- 30 SSH , 25 Windmills, 20 cherry pickers, 25 MNC, Butt ki kersey half way around the circle followed by high knees then other half.

THE THANG– Mosey to the school bear crawl to first sidewalk 20 squats. LT danger to 2nd sidewalk 20 mountain climbers, NUR to third sidewalk 20 split Jack’s

Wosey to the wall- 10 4 count chicken peckers ( balls to the wall with alternating shoulder taps) followed by taking a seat against the wall for 20 overhead claps and 20 seal claps next we took a nice wosey to the opposite end of the school then a mosey to the library for an ab station.

30 flutter kicks IC

Toy soldier set- 50 LBCs, 30 E2Ks, 15 big boy

20 Xs and Os IC

Mosey to gazebo in front of Dominos luckily we had cover this is where the rain got heavier

15 Ranger merkins, 15 wide arm merkins, 15 regular merkins, 15 diamond meekins, 10 knuckle merkins 10 finger tip merkins followed by 1 last mosey down 2 blocks and back around to the circle

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Firehouse Circuit

Date: 3-30-2019

AO: Aegis, Georgetown DE

QIC: Ruxpin

The Warm-up: Imperial Walkers 20 IC Cherry Pickers 20 IC Windmill 20 IC Plank Keg Raises 20 IC

The Thang: @ the Circle Capri Lap #1 to 10 Derkins Capri Lap #2 to 20 Merkins Capri Lap #3 to 30 Wide Arm Merkins Capri Lap #4 to 40 Erkins Capri Lap #5 to 25 Bench Dips

With 2 Mini Coupons (paver bricks) in hand, Slow Mosie Shuffle to the Firehouse

Mini Coupon circuit: 3 rounds of 20 reps each Wall sit: 20 Curls to 20 Overhead Press to 20 Straight Arm Raises Drop to your 6: 20 Crunches to 20 American Hammers to 20 Flutter Kicks Wash, Rinse, Repeat x3.

3rd F: 10 tips for a health and balanced body 1. Healthy Diet and Nutrition (whole foods) 2. Get Adequate Rest (good REM patterns) 3. Stay focused in the Present (Avoid feelings of regret and worry about the past) 4. Exercise (a body in motion) 5. Mental Stimulation (challenge your mind to expand, grow, experience) 6. Pray & Meditate (feelings of peace, serenity, spiritual faith) 7. Support System (family and friends to lean on) 8. Laugh Often (release of stress and worry) 9. Positive Thoughts (positive, forward thinking, don’t dwell on negative) 10. Deal with Emotions (don’t hid them away, they will only build)

Firehouse Parking Lot: Lt. Dan to each parking spot, 1st spot-1 Merkin, 2nd spot-2 Merkins, 3rd spot-3 Merkins………..continue to 9th spot for 9 Merkins.

Mosie back to the circle for a round of Mary: PAX alternated calling out Ab exercises with Arm exercises as we Mary-go-Round

Number-O-Rama, Name-O-Rama, COT

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And We Were Swerkin’

Date: 3/23/19

QIC: Chappie

Another double-digit Saturday at the Aegis AO in Georgetown, DE. Hey, this is starting to look like a habit. Now, its time to start getting in some regular coffeeteria. YHC, along with Doubtfire and his 2.0 (FNG Fly Catcher) enjoyed some o’ that 2ndF following Saturday’s workout. Always well worth it!

11 PAX posted for what turned out to be a sunny Saturday at the Aegis–a rare sunny day, albeit rather breezy. It seems to rain more often than not at the Aegis, so we’ll take the sun any day. It went a little something like this:

DISCLAIMER

WARM-O-RAMA:

  • SSH – 18 IC
  • Moroccan Night Club’s – 18 IC
  • Italian Night Club’s – 18 IC
  • Cherry Picker, Crab Flipper, Hairy Chigger – 18 IC (CPCFHC’s)
  • Planks Jacks – 18 IC
  • Imperial Walker’s – 18 IC

THE THANG:

PAX led to YHC’s vehicle where each one received a paver & a frisbee (seriously, a frisbee).

Mosey to North Bedford Street Park carrying said coupons, holding paver OH every other block. Once arriving at the park, PAX placed pavers spread out along a line perpendicular to the swing set.

From the line of Pavers, PAX tossed their frisbee. Goal: Toss frisbee to distant picnic table in as few throws as possible (like in disc golf). Number of throws = the number of Swerkin Rounds per PAX. First 3 rounds = 25 Swerkins, subsequent rounds = 10 Swerkins (see video above for Swerkin demo). About half the PAX hit the picnic table in 3 throws (3 rounds), other half in 4 throws (4 rounds).

  • Frisbee Seal Crawl back to paver line.
  • Swerkin Round 1 – 25 Swerkins
  • Paver Drag to park bench, OH Press back to line.
  • Swerkin Round 225 Swerkins
  • *Frisbee Seal Crawl to picnic table was planned, but due to the number of broken frisbees from the first round YHC had to Omaha: Paver Drive to picnic table. *Apparently frisbees have a weight limit.
  • OH Lunge Press return to line.
  • Swerkin Round 325 Swerkins (those things carry some suck factor!)
  • Paver Drag to park bench, mosey return to line.
  • Subsequent Round – 10 Swerkins, while 3-Round PAX did a varied mosey around perimeter of field: Nur, Karaoke, mosey. Upon completion of Swerkins, other PAX caught up on perimeter mosey.

In midst of Swerkin rounds, PAX took a 3rd F breather. Because of sore throat and oncoming head-cold, YHC had to abbreviate his 3rdF. Here’s the full account of what was prepared/borrowed from the Q Source:

PAX stacked the pavers and frisbees for post-workout pick-up. Shout out thanks to Chattahoochee for the reload assistance!

Still time on the clock, so we circled up for a little introduction of Jack Webb (1/4 ratio).

Mosey return to AO

NUMBER-RAMA: 11 PAX, nice double-digits again! Let’s keep up the EH’ing; it’s that time of year when it’s a little easier to get new PAX to post. Hit ’em up men! Great push by all, especially Doubtfire’s 2.0 FNG!

NAME-O-RAMA: Welcome to Doubtfire’s 2.0, Harrison, now known as Fly Catcher. This young HIM is, in his own words, a “bird nerd.”

BOM:

  • Announcements
  • Prayers

Coffeeteria followed at Dunkin. Nor worries, we ate healthy and had some good fellowship between Doubtfire, Fly Catcher, and YHC.

Honored to Q it up at the Aegis!

Chappie, out!

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North, East, South and West

March 9, 2019

QIC- Summit 

Another damp morning at the georgetown circle but that didn’t slow us from hitting double digits for the first time at the AEGIS! Great push by all men!

Warmup- 

Merkins IC 

Arm circles forwards / backwards 

SSH ICCherry Picker IC

Windmill IC

 Moroccan NC IC

Mountain Climbers IC 

The Thang-


North- 

Mosey to church lot for Abs 

Super Toy Soldier Set -In Cadence 

25- lbc, 10 e2k, 10 Big boys 

Flutter kicks 15 IC 

American Hammers – 25 IC

 Mosey back to Circle 


East- 

Mosey to Masonic Lodge parking lot.

Aiken legs set 

20 squats

20 wall jumps 

20 lunges (forward, 10 each leg)

20 split jacks 

Wrap up with each pax runs up 2 flights of stairs and back down 

Mosey back to circle 


Break for 3rdF-  ‘Say Not’ 


South- 

Mosey to opposite side of Fire Hall 

Partner up -one partner holds plank while other partner does merkins. Switch for each set of 20. 

Merkins- 

20 reg 

20 wide 

20 hand release 

20 ranger 

20 reg 

Mosey back to circle. 

 West- 

Mosey to M&T bank lot   – 

Partner up one partner does dips while other partner does merkins. Switch for each set of 10 Merkins- 

10 reg 

10 wide 

10 hand release 

10 ranger 

10 reg 

Mini Aiken legs 

10 squats

10 curb jumps 

10 lunges (forward, 10 each leg)

10 split jacks 

Mosey back to circle.


Wrap up with toy soldier set 

30 lbc. 15 e2k,  10 big boy 


CoT


3rdF- ‘ Say Not’ from Mark Battersons book ‘Play the Man’  The hardest part of the body to subdue is the tongue. So, let’s issue a gentleman’s challenge. What we refer to as locker room talk, the Bible calls sin.    Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk of course joking, which are out of place.
     Here’s a simple rule of thumb: don’t say something about someone that you wouldn’t say if they were standing here. And above all, honor your wife with your words. If you’re going tot all about her behind her back, make sure you are bragging!    There is a powerful little phrase repeated in Scripture: “ say not”     Whatever you verbalize, you give power to. When you voice negative thoughts, you’re reinforcing what’s wrong. Over time, it often becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.    Instead of verbalizing negativity, speak words of faith.    Instead of verbalizing complaints, speak words of praise.   When God called Jeremiah to be a prophet, Jeremiah felt overwhelmed and under qualified. He used inexperience as an excuse, and God rebuked his excuse.    Say not, I am a child
So Quit making excuses!I’m too old.  I’m too young. I had bad parents. I’ve made too many mistakes. I don’t have the education. I don’t have the experience. SAY NOT!       What needs to go on your “say not” list?  You can start with obscenities, foolish talk and course joking.  While you are at it, add gossiping and lying. And to top it off, quit insulting others or bragging about yourself.       If we can subdue our tongues, there is no part of our bodies we cannot control. James likened the tongue to the rudder of a boat— it turns the whole ship.       “ When we put bits in the mouths of horses to make them obey us, we can turn the whole animal. Or take ships as an example. Although they are so large and are driven by strong winds, they are steered by a very small rudder wherever  the pilot wants to go.  Likewise, the tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts.”Say not!   


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99 problems… and then some.

warm up

20 ssh. 15 windmills. 15 cherry pickers. butt kicks. high knees. L & R shuffle.

mosey to alley to do 11’s (almost) of Mike Tyson’s w/ a bear crawl in-between sets.

Mosey to Pine st. and do patriot run with last pax doing a burp before he sprints to front of line, all the way to the middle school.

3rd F. on scheduling/planning/calendar. Luke 14:28 For which of you, desiring to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, whether he has enough to complete it?

99’s- in front of middle school with sets of sidewalks, run to 1st side walk do 33 pike press, nur to start. run to second sidewalk do 33 bicep curls(each arm), nur to start. run to 3rd do 33 merkins, nur to start. new round, same format but do 33 leg raises, 33 reverse crunches and 33 big boys.

mosey to AO for COT.

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3 Years. 3 Stops. 500 Reps.

QIC: Chappie

Date: 2/16/19

When YHC chimed in to volunteer to Q on this date, he had a couple things in mind. 1) That it would be near his 3-year manniversary, and 2) It would also be near the Daytona 500. With that he had to adjust after realizing it was a Saturday workout, not a Thursday as he initially thought. (The plan was to use the traffic circle at H.O.B. in Milton as a mock track for our own sort of “Daytona 500.”)

Enough said, the PAX met in Georgetown at the Aegis AO for a Saturday workout celebrating YHC’s 3-Year Manniversary. Thanks to all the HIM who posted and a special welcome to FNG Mrs. Doubtfire. Great to have a new brother among us! And, yes, we’ll drop the “Mrs.” Reeeelaaax! In honor of FebNG and assuming the credit for bringing the FNG, Vanilla executed 2 Burpees as we circled up.

Here’s how the rest of 3 years, 3 stops. And 500 reps went down:

Warm-O-Rama:

  • SSH – 18 IC
  • Imperial Walker – 10 IC
  • Smurf Jack – 15 IC (No, YHC cannot start Smurf Jacks in the Seal Jack position.)
  • Calf Raises – 30 (TI), 30 (TO) OYO (plantar fasciitis prevention?)
  • Cherry Picker, Crab Flipper, Hairy Chigger – 15 IC
  • PC Merkins – 10 OYO

The Thang:

PAX were gathered at the edge of the traffic circle. Each man ran a timed lap of the circle for “Pole Position.” Tclaps to Vanilla for winning the pole at 29 secs. The Pole Winner would be the first to run steps at our 3 COP’s (Circle Of Pain) along the workout route. Plus, each man was supposed recall his own pole time at the end of the workout and execute the corresponding number of Burpees. YHC conveniently forgot about that by end of workout. There’s always tomorrow.

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Mosey to 1st Stop — Steps on backside of County Bank

Pole Sitter (Vanilla) commences to run up steps & back down while other PAX did Seal Jacks, switch out with next PAX. Rinse & repeat until an accumulated 500 Seal Jacks are completed. Oh, come on! It was only approximately 72 Reps/PAX

YHC shared 1st portion of 3rdF Message:

3rd MANNIVERSARY: Three years ago this weekend I went to my first F3 workout after my buddy Wade (Nunchuk) put the EH on me to check it out. I want to share a few things I’ve gained from F3–things that kept me coming back: FITNESS – This is the “why” for any man who comes to an F3 workout. This one speaks for itself, but here’s where I came from: Spent just short of 12 years in the ARNG, and always stayed in great shape. I had that carrot (APFT) to motivate me. But I got out in April 2001. That’s 15 years with only a few short bursts of exercise BUT NO FITNESS. F2L (Freed to Lead) notes the difference: F3 “…is about fitness, not exercise…we’re far more focused on staying in shape. Getting in shape is a sprint fueled by the enthusiasm of a change for the better, but staying in shape is a marathon sustained by discipline and near-maximum effort virtually every day of a man’s life” (36). “Train yourself…”

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Mosey to 2nd Stop — Steps on front of ARNG Armory

*Pit Stop: Dragon Crawl, NAPA parking lot

2 PAX at a time, Vanilla & Nugget got us started running up, then back down the steps to switch out with PAX doing Merkins. Rinse & repeat until an accumulate 500 Merkins is completed.

YHC shared the 2nd portion of his 3rdF Message:

FELLOWSHIP – This is “why” any man keeps coming back. At the first (and every subsequent) workout all the other men kept encouraging me; they kept encouraging one another! In a matter of terms, each was saying, “Brother, you’re the reason why we’re here” (F2L 20). Afterward we all went to coffeeteria, and I knew I’d found something I’d been longing for–the camaraderie experienced that day. I’d found a group of men serious about locking shields and serious about going steel-on-steel like Prov. 27:17: “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Through F3 I’ve gained deep friends in SC, here, and deep bonds in a lot of other places. The common problem that F3 solves (and why men keep coming back) is that men “forgot how to make friends.” “We could make friends when we were boys. We watch our sons do it now. Somehow, by the time we’re adults, we lose our grasp on that elemental skill” (F2L 50). To be honest, it’s an even greater challenge for me as a pastor, so I found F3 to be the perfect solution for curing the embarrassing problem of loneliness. Again, this is the common problem among men–not just among pastors. It’s also the reason we need to PROTECT and PROMOTE the 2ndF more. “Because the fellowship acts as the glue for F3, protecting and promoting the 2ndF is critical. Erode the fellowship and the PAX will come unstuck from the workout” (F2L 25). In another portion of F2L you read this: “Life..is all a mountainside that you either climb up or slide down, a little bit every day…F3 may be a better way for you to keep climbing. The plateau thing? That’s a myth” (F2L 38). Personally, F3 has helped me to keep climbing!

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Mosey to 3rd Stop – Steps on Side of County Admin Building:

*Pit Stop: Lt. Dan from power pole to power pole

Pole Sitter commenced to Bear Crawling up, then Crawl Bear down the steps, then switching with next PAX. Rinse & Repeat until an accumulated 500 Squats are completed.

YHC shared the 3rd portion of his 3rdF Message:

FAITH – Some of you may think the 3rdF (the way we do it) is BECAUSE I’m a pastor. But I want to tell you the ratio is significantly offset between the number of PAX who are pastors and those who are not. Many of the AO’s out there operate just like ours. The faith YHC personally expresses is NOT part of my life because I’m a pastor. I’m a Christian man first (God just happened to call me as a pastor) and my contribution to the 3rdF’s we have, gives me (each of us) an opportunity to share where true and lasting strength and leadership comes from. As far as the overall mission of F3, “To plant, grow, and serve small workout groups of men for the invigoration of male community leadership,” I keep coming back because I’m NOT a born leader. Leadership is a skill developed by learning and exercising leadership. I’ve continue to gain so much from others’ (yours) thoughts, insights, AND exercise of leadership. F3 has sharpened and invigorated me personally as a leader. And I hope to be able to say I’ve offered you the same in return, so that we’re all better leaders in our homes, workplaces, and communities in which we serve. For 3 years now different aspects of the Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith have taught me that “despite our easy lives, we need something hard to do, something to reach for” and so this incubator of leadership has trained me and been a catalyst for pushing through hard stuff in life. But where it counts most, I’ve learned to be a better husband and father. THAT’S WHY I KEEP COMING BACK!

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Mosey return to AO at the traffic circle

2 Minute Abs to wrap up the workout – 20 secs each non-stop (AMRAP) :

  • Knee to Elbow Crunches
  • Flutter Kicks
  • Scissor Kicks
  • Dying Cock Roaches
  • Gas Pumpers
  • American Hammers

That’s the deal. 3 years. 3 stops. and 500 reps (in honor of Sunday’s Daytona). Honored to Q and glad to be able to keep at it after jumping in as an FNG 3 years ago. Here’s to another 3, at least! Appreciate all the PAX posting and making the workout worthwhile. Appreciate all you guys.

Number-Rama – 7 PAX including FNG, Doubtfire

Name-O-Rama

COT/BOM

  • Announcements: Crayons & FNG’s, bring ’em. Crayons accepted until Friday 2/22 when we’ll ruck them to Milton PD to contributed to Faryn Adams’ collection to give to child patients at AI and other local hospitals. Remember, crayons are worth 1 Burpee/box and FNG’s are worth 2. Time is ticking, let’s get those crayon’s
  • Prayers: Chairman’s mom, Brenda; other requests concerning some HIM in PAX’s lives who are facing health battles

Chappie, out!

Aye!

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County Seat Crawls

2/9/2019

QIC: Vanilla

AO: Aegis: Georgetown, DE

PAX: Chattahoochee, Circuit (FNG), Fireplex, Fish Camp (FNG), Hideous, Leatherman, Ruxpin, Summit, Vanilla

Temperature: 28 F

Summary: With 2 FNG’s in tow, and nearly double digits for the first time in Georgetown, 9 PAX sharpened iron in the county seat!

Warm-O-Rama

SSH – 20 IC

Seal Jacks – 20 IC

Smurf Jacks – 20 IC

Cherry Pickers – 20 IC

Windmill – 20 IC

Windshield Wipers – 10 IC

Rearview Wipers – 10 IC

Mosey to Georgetown Elementary for the thang!

The Thang 1: “Chappie Challenge”

PAX lined up along sidewalk 1 on near side of school front yard. Bearcrawl to sidewalk 2, mosey back to start, complete 30 merkins – OYO. Bearcrawl to sidewalk 2, Lt. Dans to sidewalk 3, mosey back to start, complete 20 Merkins. Bearcrawl to sidewalk 2, Lt. Dans to sidewalk 3, Dragoncrawl to sidewalk 4, mosey back to start, complete 10 Merkins.

Mosey to Library for The Thang 2!

The Thang 2: “Descending Curb Crawl”

Complete 10 Derkins, bear crawl to opposite curb for 9 Irkins, Crawl back to initial curb for 8 Derkins…rinse and repeat descending to 1.

Break for Third F: “Catch People on the Bounce”

QIC is currently reading “Everybody Always” by Bob Goff. The book challenges us all to love, literally everyone, regardless of their difficulty or what they’ve done or are currently going through.” A particular excerpt spoke deeply to me last night and I decided to share with the group. I believe that F3 is the perfect brotherhood to catch one another on the bounce…If you don’t know what I mean, read below:

“There’s one last thing the instructor told us in class. He said if the main parachute doesn’t open up, and the reserve parachute doesn’t either, you’ve got about 45 seconds before you hit the ground and make your mark. I was  surprised and a little grossed out when the instructor said hitting the  ground isn’t want kills you. Every bone in your body will break, of course.  But after you hit the ground,  you’ll bounce – and it’s the second time you  hit that kills you as the broken bones puncture all your organs I know that is kind of graphic, but it’s true. 

I’m a lawyer, so with this information in mind I figured I needed a strategy. Here’s mine: if none of the parachutes open up, when I hit the ground, I’m going to brag the grass and avoid the bounce. What is true in skydiving is true in our lives. It’s usually not the initial failure that takes us out; it’s the bounce. We’ve all hit the ground hard at work or in a relationship or with a big ambition. Whether we had a big, public failure or an even bigger private one, the initial failure won’t crush our spirit or kill our faith; it’s the second hit that does. The second hit is what follows when things go massively wrong or we fail big, and the people we thought would rush to us create distance instead. The express disapproval or teat us with polite indifference

If we want to be like Jesus, here’s our simple and courageous job: Catch people on the bounce. When they mess up, reach out to them with love and acceptance the way Jesus did. When they hit hard, run to them with your arms wide open to hug them even harder. God wants to be with them when they mess up, and He wants us to participate.”

“Everybody Always” -Bob Goff

Mosey back to AO for The Thang 3!

The Thang 3: 11’s of Box Jumps & Dips

PAX split into 2 groups at each planter of the GTown Circle. PAX completed 10 Dips at initial planter, ran across circle to opposite planter for 1 Box Jump, back to initial planter for 9 dips, back across for 2 Box Jumps…rinse and repeat until you’ve gone from 10 to 1 on Dips and 1 to 10 on Box Jumps. Total reps for each round always equaling 11.

Ended with Number-Rama, Name-O-Rama, & COT/BOM

Named our FNG’s. Welcome Circuit & Fish Camp!

Humbly Your QIC,

Vanilla

Name-O-Rama!
Fish Camp!
Circuit!
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A ‘chance’ of snow …..& WBOC

6 degrees , snow covering everything …. and look who wanted to interview us again! WBOC!


Warm up 

SSH – 22 

Cherry Picker- 15

WindMill- 15

Imperial walker- 15

Moroccan- 22

After the warm up we took a quick break for an interview with WBOC who happened to be out at the circle on this beautiful snow covered morning.

Now that that is over….. Let’s get to it-


There is 1 weighted pack that is to be carried on each mosey by pax. Switching off as needed.  


Mosey to point 1 

each workout will be broken up with random PAX pick of SSH, arm circles or lunges. 


50 dips 

50 merkins 

75 squats 


Mosey to point 2 

50 dips 

50 merkins 

75 squats 


3rd F – https://www.iequip.org/2018/08/23/accepting-the-responsibility-of-a-leaders-trust/


Mosey to point 3 

50 dips 

50 merkins 

75 squats 


Mosey to point 4 

50 dips 

50 merkins 

75 squats 


Mosey back to circle 

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Bear Crawls, Crawl Bears, Iron Mikes’; OH-MY!!!

1-26-2019

QIC: Ruxpin

AO: Aegis, Georgetown DE

PAX: Leatherman, Chappie, Semi, Waterfall, Ruxpin

Warm-O-Rama: 25F Beautifully calm but frost covered Gloom. SSH-20 IC, Horseshoe Crab Flipper (Cherry Picker)-20 IC, Windmill-20 IC, Moroccan Nightclub-20 IC, Plank Shoulder Taps-20 IC.

Thang Part-0.5: G-Town Circle broken into 0.25 cent pieces. Lt. Dan to 10 Bench Dips; Butt Kicks to 10 Bench Dips; Lunges to 10 Bench Dips; High Knee to 10 Bench Dips.

Thang Part-1: Mosey to Library (0.5ish miles), 1 set of 11’s curb to curb, Bear Crawl to Erkins to Crawl Bear to Iron Mikes’ (squat thrust w/merkin).

Thang Part-2: Mosey to Middle School (0.25ish miles), 1/2-3/4 speed Jail Break (fast Mosey) to 2nd light post then Nur back to start 4x. Stopping at 2nd light post for 50 SSH 1x, 40 Squats 1x, 30 Merkins 1x, 20 Big Boys 1x.

Break for 3rd F; 3 Lies men believe about themselves (All Pro Dads) It all happened in twenty seconds. Nick Foles was the starting quarterback for the Rams, who had just lost two games in a row. He sat in a game planning room with quarterback coach Chris Weinke, and backups, Case Keenum and Sean Mannion. Suddenly Head Coach Jeff Fischer burst into the room. He thanked Foles for his service but announced he was no longer the starter. After that, the Head Coach left as quickly as he entered, leaving Foles blindsided. By the end of that season, just two years after being selected for the pro bowl, Nick Foles had lost his love for football and decided to retire. Game Over. How did he go from that moment to being Super Bowl MVP just two years later? He shares in his book, Believe It: My Journey to Success, Failure, and Overcoming the Odds, The 3 Lies many men believe about themselves. Lie 1: I Am What I Do: Believing this lie will make you (in your mind) as good as your last performance. If you win, you are a winner. If you lose, you are a loser, plain and simple. This lie was at the core of Nick Foles’ belief. He felt as good about himself as his last game. When he realized that he was not the sum of his successes and failures he finally experienced freedom. Regardless of his performance, he came to realize that God loved him unconditionally, and that was his true identity. After that, football was no longer about achieving a sense of self-worth. It was just about using his God-given gifts to play the game. Lie 2: I Am What People Say About Me: Believing this lie will make you as good (again, in your mind) as the last thing someone said to you or about you. This causes a lot of men to abandon their authentic self in favor of someone they think others will accept. They end up creating a person they think others want. It’s posing, rather than living. Are you in constant need of affirmation? When someone says something negative about you, does it send you spiraling? We are all in need of encouragement, and certainly, negative feedback hurts. However, until you can be honest and embrace who you are you will be a shell of a person. Lie 3: I AM What I Have: Believing this lie will make you as valuable as the sum of your possessions, your name, or sphere of influence. It will make you greedy because we can never have enough to feel full. It will make you fearful and anxious to hold on to what you have. And it will make you insecure as you compare yourself to others. Your wealth (or lack of) and your job (or lack of) does not define you. The amount of power or influence you have on society (or lack of) does not define you.

Thang Part-3: School parking lot next to bike rack; Over the Wall to 10 LBCs wash, rinse, repeat 5x. Mosey back to Circle (0.75ish miles).

Number-Rama, Name-O-Rama, COT.

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