The call was put out for the PAX to rally for the 3 year anniversary 1 hour beat down and 30 PAX’s answered. It was great watching the parking lot fill up as the time got closer to 5:30 and the PAX continued to pour in. At 5:30, the 3 year anniversary was kicked off.
The PAX moseyed up to the upper parking lot for a quick warm-up of:
We then counted off by 3’s. All the 1’s went with I-Beam(first year AOQ), 2’s Aflac(second year AOQ) and 3’s went with me. The PAX would rotate between the 3 stations (Murph, Hill, Coupons) at the 20 minute mark.
2 rounds of 10 Pull-ups, 20 Merkins, 30 Squats. do 2 rounds, then run clock-wise around the baseball field to COT and perform 5 burpees, then back to the playground for another 2 rounds. Rinse/repeat for time.
Line up on the bottom. 10 donkey kicks, Bernie Sanders to the top, 10 diamond merkins, run to the top of the parking lot and do 10 burpee, back to the top of the hill for 10 diamonds and run back down to the bottom. Rinse/repeat for time.
Bears and blocks.
Lifting coupon required.
Starting on the coupon side of the parking lot at the first line of the parking spot perform 25 reps of an exercise (you choose)
Then push your rock and bear crawl 5 spaces.
Run to the concession stand and back to your rock.
Perform 25 reps of the next exercise.
Push and bear 5 more spaces.
Run to the concession stand and back.
Rinse and repeat for the allotted time.
Big thanks to Bear and I-beam for being HIM’s and starting the Wreck 3 years ago. What an awesome way to impact so many men in this area.
Lots of appreciation for Aflac being the de facto leader of the group. His passion to make sure the Wreck is successful, pushes the PAX to continue acceleration and continues to reach new men is unmatched.
Start thinking about who should be the next AOQ. Since the group is just starting to get back in numbers, we’ll wait a few weeks for the change over. I’ll send out a message to collect suggestions or for PAX that want to volunteer. I’ll also post the expectations for the AOQ.
Personnel thank you to the group for the support over the last year and recently during our families loss. It’s a great reminder how this group can help push and support each other. Iron sharpens iron.
As Sprocket mentioned during announcements, the country is in pain and needs healing at this time. I truly do believe that acceleration to a place of advantage for our local community, state and country happens through the hands and minds of high impact people. Since we are all lucky enough to be a part of an organization who’s goal is to plant and grow high impact men, we are positioned to be part of that acceleration. Let us continue to challenge ourselves and each other. Let us provide an example of leadership, love and strength to our families, friends and neighbors.