After several weeks of having a Q on the Q sheet, five men emerged in the below freezing temperatures this AM to find a Q-less AO (YHC really needs to get into the habit of checking that thing the night before). A hot potato was called and Mr. Roper (full of fear that he might have to write up a BB) volunteered to go first. Here’s what went down:
Mr. Roper Q:
Mosey to the front of MMS.
COP (as best as YHC can remember…but Mr. Roper will never read this anyway so YHC can say anything he wants):
SSH x 20
5 burpees OYO
HRM x 20
Cherry Pickers x 10
5 burpees OYO
Helicopters x ??
Pass to Beaker.
Stay where we are to start the Dora. Find a partner (and a team of three….5 is really an awful number for F3 workouts).
Partner(s) 1 performs exercise while partner(s) 2 runs one lap around Midlothian Middle School (that was actually a decently long lap).
100 Monkey Humpers
200 Two-count Flutter Kicks
Pass to YHC.
Corner 1: 10 Merkins
Corner 2: 10 Merkins, 20 WWIIs
Corner 3: 10 Merkins, 20 WWIIs, 30 2-count American Hammers
Corner 4: 10 Merkins, 20 WWIIs, 30 2-count American Hammers, 40 Jump Squats
Pass to Doozy.
Mosey to front entrance of MMS.
10 Donkey Kicks, 20 Dips at bench, 30 three-count Mountain Climbers, and repeato.
Partner up (or team of 3). Partner 1 runs to a tree and back while partner 2 does Imperial Walkers, repeat with Partner 2 running to tree and Partner 1 doing IWs. Next, partner 1 finds a different tree and bear crawls to a second tree before running back (repeat with partner 2). Then, partner 1 runs to three different trees (still bear crawling in between trees 1 and 2) and repeat with partner 2….and so forth until an audible was called.
Mosey back to the flag.
Numbers, Names, Doozy took us out.
Puppy Pile on January 26 at 7:05. Ollivander has the Q.
New AO (The Forge) at Huguenot High School beginning Thursday, April 4. See Dr. Tryhard.
YHC isn’t sure, but there seemed to be some sort of Arctic Polar Vortex that settled upon MMS this morning. The PAX remained in their vehicles right up to 5:29ish before it was realized that there was no Q. Mr. Roper pointed to a nearby diner and suggested we forego the beatdown for some sausage, biscuits, and gravy. Ultimately, he relented and volunteered to go first to ensure that he didn’t go last (which often carries BB writing responsibilities).
Some nice variety this AM with the hot potato Q. As best as YHC can tell, this was both Beaker and Doozy’s first time leading…well done, fellas! Now that y’all have gotten a taste for it, I’m thinking it’s time to put your names on the Q sheet.
Make today a great one, gentlemen!