Ace Ventura arrived first and planted the flag. As others arrived, some light mumble chatter was engaged.
PAX moseyed to the usual warm up location.
Standing leg lifts
At this point, Suarez arrived and was given a hard time for being late (seems to be a recurring theme).
PAX divided up and were stationed at 4 bases (home, first, second, third). Each base had a specific exercise assigned. Once home plate completed their exercise, they were to bear crawl to first, where the PAX there then crawled to second, and so on. When each set of PAX returned to their initial base, all went to the field sideline for a heavy sprint, then recovery for 2 minutes.
Home – 10 burpees
First – Shoulder tap merkins
Second – Squats
Third – American Hammers
Home – 10 burpees
First – Leg Lifts
Second – Carolina Dry Docks
Third – Freddie Mercuries
Home – 5 burpees
First – Alternating leg squats
Second – Merkins
Third – LBCs
Then it was time for a round of Mary.
Suarez – Windshield wipers
Buckeye – Box cutters
Lightweight – Sitting squats against a wall
Lifelock – American Hammers
Zuckerburg – Jump squats
Script Kiddie – V-ups/Y-ups
6th man fell to Lifelock, who shared about his desire to attended University of North Georgia for their cyber security program.
MOC went to Scrip Kiddie, who shared Winston Churchill’s wisdom on not letting success make you complacent or failure permanently define you.
Prayers were given to Suarez’s M, who is recovering from side affects of the COVID19 vaccine and to Lifelock hopefully able to pass his PE exam today after a particular tough beatdown (he attempted to fartsack but Lightweight would not allow him to).
PAX gathered for coffee. There was discussion of the “old days” of being able to stay out late with minimal supervision and sitting at home on Saturday morning watching cartoons like the Super Mario Brothers Super Show.
Ace Ventura and Script Kiddie did their normal post-beatdown ruck, where new AO plans were discussed.