On Memorial Day weekend, we remember those who have fallen in battle in defense of freedom and our ability to assemble as the F3 PAX. This Memorial Day we remember those 75 years ago who gave the ultimate sacrifice on the beaches of Normandy. One of them was my mother’s first cousin, Lloyd Palmer (one of her three cousins involved in D-Day). This gathering and beatdown is in memory of Lloyd who died at 19 years old and never got to experience going through all the stages of manhood that we’ve been able to enjoy as members of F3 and this PAX.
It was a hot, muggy morning at the Shadow and the PAX were ready to sweat.
15 Imperial Walkers, 15 Prisoner Squats, 15 Side Straddle Hops, 10 Stone Mountains, 10 Baryshnikovs (ea. leg), 10 Hand Release merkins i.c. Rinse & Repeat