8 veterans show up on this cloudy but not yet raining Monday morning (but its always sunny and 70) to help YHC celebrate his F3 anniversary with a bang!
This is how it went down:
Mosey to the left side of the school
All in IC
- Don Quoxite
- Cotton Pickers
- WWII Sit Ups
- Arm Circles
In teams of 4 the following was completed:
Triple Check #1
-Balls to Wall, WWII Sit ups, Run to the light pole in the median of hermitage road
Mosey to the pavilion
Triple Check #2
-Dips, Derkins, Run to the light pole near the front parking lot
Mosey to the back of the school / blacktop
Triple Check #3
-People’s Chair, Tire Flip, Heels to Heaven
Triple Check #4
-American Hammers, Bear Crawl, 6 inches
Mosey to the right side of the school
Triple Check #5
-Jump Squats, WWII Situps, Sprint to the first team and back
Mosey back to the SF
30 seconds of Mary’s with Plank Jacks
Numberama, Namerama, YHC took us out.
What better way for YHC to get his anniversary week started than with a short mosey down south to Punisher. The PAX was very welcoming to YHC, but not so much after the beatdown.
Things got started pretty well, although Toga did complain a little when YHC didn’t offer a 10 count after the first Triple Check. He gladly offered one after the 2nd.
During the tire flipping, Fudd made an observation that with how the triple check was set up, we would only be able to complete either the People’s Chair or Heels to Heaven when not flipping. A quick modification was made to switch up your exercise at either end. Great catch, Fudd!!
Mumble chatter seemed to be low. Mainly focused around flipping the tire and how everyone’s weekend went.
YHC wants to thank each and every member of F3RVA! I originally heard about F3 from Carpenter and Abacus around March of last year (about the same time DaVille started up). At that time I wasn’t sure if 1) I could get up that early and 2) since I was a new father, if it would work out with my schedule. On Saturday, May 21st 2016 during a Men’s Retreat, Abacus hosted a special workout starting at 6 am. No longer did I have an excuse not to join. It was intense. I was so out of shape I almost blacked out during the workout. Afterwards he invited us to come to DaVille that following Tuesday (more on that later this week). After completing my second workout at DaVille and going to Dogpile the following Saturday I was hooked.
Now 366 days later, 40 pounds lighter, three 5k’s, one 10k, one Convergence, 1 CSAUP in the dead of winter, and numerous other workouts that beat me down then built be back up, F3 has become an important part of my life. I can truly call each and everyone of you my brothers!!
- Convergence this Monday for Memorial Day. Meet at 6:30 down at Tredegar Iron Works parking lot. See Honey Do for details
- F3 Charlottesville off to a great start. Still looking for PAX members to head down over the next 5 weeks. Talk it up and get a clown car planned
SPIT ON THAT!!