4 Davillians plus one crazy runner (who just popped in for the COP) came out this morning for something new.
COP — the longest COP in history
|don quixote IC|
|ww1 situps IC|
|figure 4 crunches each side IC — new|
|bird dogs IC — new|
|single leg toe touches IC — new|
|arm circles all big IC|
pistol squats without, then with KB IC — new
|Renegade Rows each side IC|
|straight arm sit with KB — new|
lateral swings — start across body 10 each side — new
|side stepping swings — new|
|one legged clean! — new|
The Rest —
Triple Check with 4 people —
One runs loop, Second does Sit up Presses, Third Does Bob and Weave
100 goblet squats between the two partners while partner hangs in peoples chair, switch as needed
150 overhead presses while partner holds plank or does merkins, switch as needed
100 (due to time) KB swings while partner does SSH, switch as needed
Think about some of the best times in your life. How many of them came because of a change that stretched you, that challenged you? Coming to F3 was one of those things that set YHC on a course for health and wholeness. Is F3 easy? No, but that is the point. The best things in life aren’t easy. There are growing pains. There are bumps in the road. Is it worth it? Can I get an Amen?
When Carpenter challenged YHC to come out to F3 a year and several months ago, YHC knew he needed it being several pounds overweight (ok more than several) and lacking energy and not having a whole lot of direction. 530? Are you serious? In the morning? YHC went for it and has never looked back.
So, this morning was all about stretching the PAX, trying new things, new exercises — realizing that we aren’t there yet and we can be so much better. Some of the exercises this morning were a challenge to the PAX and YHC as well. Some we could only do about 5. And that is just fine. Baby steps lead to better things — greater growth and the ability to realize that there is so much further for us to progress.
Glad for the brothers in F3 and the bond we share through shared experience and growing together.
TClaps to Spit who showed up during the middle of the run and did COP with us!