After 5 days far from the PAX encouraging the forming core of F3 Dayton #giveitaway
QIC: YHC: Bo Schembechler
PAX: Grovetucky, Crossgrain, Mogul, Jumper (weighted down), Francis, Ahhh, and Wildebeest
Time away can spur some creativity, this morning was no exception. YHC came ready to take full advantage of the warm air 66° and dry morning.
0530 gave some rendition of a disclosure, followed by a brief delay as YHC decided to move… Mosey started and white lights pulled in, circling back to find Mogul prepared to work the PAX did a slow short mosey to a gloomy corner of the soccer field.
SSH- ic x30
Copper Head squats- ic x20
Sun God’s – during instructions
Claps- ic x25
Merkins – sc x25
Circled up in Plank, each member completed x3 Merkins in round robin fashion. Once completed they were to run the field to the outhouse, retrieve 2 (Dos) Bricks, and return to plank position.
Rinse and Repeat
Once each member of PAX had 3-4 bricks they were to assemble a platform.
Step ups – x25 each leg (50 count)
Side Step ups- x10 each leg (20 count)
Merkins- sc x20
YHC split 8 into 2 groups of 4… One group assembled across field while second group picked up bricks and with them pressed overhead marched them to the first group. This continued until 32 bricks had moved from point A to point B.
While moving first group completed multiple movements
Merkins- sc x25
Brick press- x25
Tricep press- xburnout
More stuff until group 2 completed task.
Groups switched positioning and first group moved bricks from point B back to Point A while group 2 completed unknown amount of similar movements until all bricks had been returned.
Once task was Complete PAX re assembled in Plank position and completed x3 Merkins in round robin fashion grabbed 2 bricks and returned them to area around outhouse.
Once returned PAX assembled a bucket line and passed bricks to be stacked. Upon completion PAX assembled for x30 SSHs to punch the clock at 0615.
As always an honor to lead, be pushed, and challenged by the PAX.
Our hearts are broken and prayers are strong for the family of Jerome Gonzalez who passed during the Joe Warner GoRuck Heavy at Ft. Bragg this past week.