23 conspirators infiltrated The Dogpile this fine early spring morning and turned the tide of the battle against the Fartsack. Here’s how it went down:
Mosey to the far end of the Great Lawn for the COP
SSHs x 50
Imperial Walkers x20
Arm Circles x20ish
Don Quixote x10 (Saab style)
Mosey to center of Great Lawn for Dora
300 Jump Squats
Run loop to large flower pots
Mosey to Carillon for Triple Check
1st man Polar Bear crawls steps, then Russian Soldier across face of Carillon, back down steps
2nd man reverse crunches
3rd man flutter kicks
Plank for 1 minute
Mosey 50 feet for Touch a Tree
10 – Balls to the Wall
8 – LBCs
6 – Burpees
4 – LBCs
2 – Balls to the Wall
Plank for 1 minute
Mosey to Amphitheater
Incline Mercan Ladder…step 1, 1 Mercan up to top (18th) step
Mosey back to the Flag
Number-rama, Name-a-rama, YHC took us out
YHC had a long week of travel across multiple cities and timezones. Prep for the Q today took a back seat, so YHC confesses that 300 jump squats somehow sounded quite a bit better last night at 10 p.m. than they felt this morning at 6:15 a.m. YHC thanks the PAX for their tolerance. Feel the burn, eh?
Kudos to Swirly for faithfully arriving early. With several tractor trailers and Redcoats in “our spot” today, the blue pick-up was the shovel flag to gather around before there was a shovel flag to gather around. Glad to have him back out there with us.
YHC finds it very cool that a television crew chose Dogpile as their location to film. First, 2.5 years of Dogpile and not a pothole to be filled, but a few days of filming apparently do the trick. T-Claps to the city of Richmond. And, after The Today Show broadcasting TYAs video from Dogpile, the new episodes of “Turn” will officially make for a trend in Dogpile’s film career. Surely The Academy has noticed. Dogpile will have its name in lights soon. Next step…dog prints on the Walk of Fame in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theater.
YHC remains but a padowan when it comes to Qing and continues to work on his training. YHC thanks Circle K for his patience and will obtain either brake lights or wear a USPS “This Vehicle Makes Frequent Stops” sign to his next Q.
YHC confesses to being tired from the travel and not particularly attuned to the mumble chatter. That said, YHC congratulates Opus on killing it today. YHC remembers struggling through a few workouts last summer with Opus. Great progress…well done, sir. Nice also to see Clavin back for his second workout…solid effort, brother.
Welcome FNG Squiggy. YHC would relish attending a workout in Wisconsin in January. But, just one.
Lab Rat is looking for names for F3 Charlottesville. Send them to F3Charlottesville@gmail.com. The launch is May 20th. Let’s talk this up and send names of prospective members as soon as possible!
Wilson reminds us that May 19 is the golf fundraiser (FortheCause.org). Sign up now (teams of four).