May it please the court (Wilson told me to talk like I’m addressing the Supreme Court), 40 posted to show the greater Richmond area school systems how its done. Rain or shine. Dogpile was not cancelled on Tuesday. The show must go on. Here is how it went, and/or was supposed to go.
COP: Helicopters x 10 / LBCs x 10 /Scorpion Kicks x 10 – ALL IC
THANG: 20 two count merkin burpees at the flag. Mosey to Police Memorial. 20 Apollo Creed burpees (10 each arm). Mosey to the tennis courts. 20 Flying Squirrel burpees. Crab walk 11s with WWIIs and LBCs – doubles line to doubles line. Triple Check 1: tennis court line tracers – all lines out and back … finish where you started. Paired with squats and SSHs. Triple Check 2: PLTs and suicides – end lines only – two courts across. Partner up: Wheelbarrow from doubles line to doubles line; one court. Switch and repeat. Backwards wheelbarrow from doubles line to doubles line. Switch and repeat. Mosey to the VITA course. 5 heels to heaven at each exercise station until we reached the road. 20 (F3RVA) regulation burpees. Back to the Flag.
Mary: 101 flutter kicks IC
Wilson took us out.
Announcements: 4 year anniversary at Dogpile on Saturday to be followed by a 7:00 VITA course relay. Also at 7:00, Johnsonville will be leading a separate/second Dogpile bootcamp for FNGs or whoever else would like to join. 8:00 starts the cookout. See Phonics. 9/29 – Puppy Pile. 10/20 – CSAUP at Batteau. 7:00 a.m. start, I believe.
NMS: It was great having 40 guys (and gal) out to Dogpile today. Supposedly the most well attended Dogpile of 2018. 39 would’ve been a better number. Love you Wilson! The “hurricane” cancelled all of the weekend activities, leaving the PAX with nothing else better to do than join YHC for a beatdown. The plan went mostly as intended, but some silent audibles were definitely called.The 101 flutter kicks at the end were your parting gifts for being such a good audience.
At ETs TYA asked me if I kept everyone under control, to which I replied, maybe, somewhat, not really. To which he replied, “that’s what I heard” followed by the classic TYA laugh. Also, Wilson offered to take me to Q school. Do they teach kickers how to miss wide right there? YHC hopes everyone had a great time today, despite the – at times – herding of cats. I know I did. Oh, and Swirly bought oats for his balls.
Res Ipsa Loquitur – the beatdown speaks for itself.
P.S. Glad to have One Call with us today from Myrtle Beach. I hope you and your folks down there make it through unscathed. Let us know if we can help a brother out.