6 (less than 7 and one more than 5) Davilians gathered in the gloom to kick start a rainy Friday. We ran around the church one time and then….
COP–merkins, SSH, LBC’s, arm circles, DQ, Imperial walkers and helicopters. Mosey over by carillon, time for 4 corners, a.k.a. 4 Rings. In 1970, Terry Bradshaw was the first pick of the NFL draft, and led the Steelers to 4 Super Bowl titles. He was paid $25K a year under his rookie contract. To honor this YHC and the PAX ran to each of the parking lot’s 4 corners, stopping at each to first do the Ickey Shuffle (’cause the Q said so), then do 25 each of HRM, boxcutters, 2 count American hammers and Helix squats. Plank for the six.
Next, find a spot of grass for Abs of Glory: 17 LBC’s, 12 heels to heaven, and 7 sets of six inches, holding each set for 7 seconds, then reverso, 7 LBC’s, 12 H2H and 17 sets of six inches, holding each for 17 seconds this time. These numbers chosen because in 1970 (YHC’s birth year) there were 17 rounds of the draft, reduced later to 12 and then to 7.
Time for parking lot tracer fun. YHC let the PAX in tracers of a different sort (would have driven Lab Rat crazy), with YHC occasionally yelling out “Omaha,” making a PAX submit an exercise to do 32 reps of (32 NFL teams), followed by a trivia question. If the PAX got it right YHC would let them pick the next exercise. Sadly the PAX only got one right, nicely done Rounders.
Mosey to flag for 1 minute of boat canoes led by Chewy, numberama, namerama, YHC took us out.
YHC was gassed this morning and would have fartsacked if not for having the Q. This is one of the ways I love F3, the desire to push through and lead by example is reinforced through Q’ing. YHC challenges more PAX to take advantage of this and sign up to Q. The PAX came through with the tracer exercises, especially when Mudface selected 32 burpees near the end. The trivia, for those playing at home, was to figure out where the following Hall of Famer’s played collegiately: Mel Blount (Southern U.), Jack Youngblood (Univ. of Florida), Art Monk (Syracuse), Jerry Rice (Mississippi Valley State), and Andre Reed (Kutztown, PA). The last question was which college did Troy Aikman attend before transferring to UCLA (Oklahoma). Rounders correctly guessed Art Monk’s alma mater. YHC thinks Yardsale guessed “USC!” for everyone, which makes him a Trojan Man I guess.
Announcements: Mudface brought up starting a new AO, on Thursdays, potentially located off Atlee Station Rd. past Memorial Regional. Would this interest anyone? Talk to Mudface if so as he’s spearheading it.
Thanks for allowing me to lead, as usual I have No Idea what I’m doing.