Late afternoon on Wednesday and no Q. And it has been real quiet on the ole Norseman channel. So I stepped up to take the men out on Thursday morning.
Nice morning for a workout.
With the pre-runners back and the troops gathered at the non-existant flag (get better Dr. Rico!) disclaimer given and we are off for the St. Francis parking lot:
A quick cut through the woods with the containers housing the St. Francis scolarship athletes (or so the story goes) to pick up a cinder for the morning. The cinder pile seems to be growing smaller. How dare St. Francis use thier cinders for fixing things around campus!
On the track for
Round 1 Farm’s Carry
Pair up, partner 1 takes both partner’s cinders, farmer’s carry style, around the track, partner 2 drops for 15 merkins and runs to catch up with partner 1. Flapjack and continue until the cinders make a lap around the track.
Partner 1 runs left turns on the track and partner 2 does 15 overhead press with a cinder then carries that cinder right turns to meet partner 1 coming from the opposite direction. Flapjack and contine till the cinder make a lap.
Same as 2 but with curls
Same as Round 1 (Farmer’s Carries around track)
Same as Round 2 but with Skull Crushers
Relay Farmer’s Carries
Break into 3 man teams. One PAX each team goes to the far end of the 100 yard straight. PAX 1 carries two cinders as fast as possible to the opposite end, PAX two returns them to the start where PAX 3 takes them to the finish at the far end. Team Beaker/Ha-ha/Hot Sauce DESTROYED…, uh, I mean won the contest.
Return the cinders and mosey back to the non-existent flag.
Prayers for those sick and recovering
Scortch Trials tomorrow
As has been said before:
Never without a Q.
From Jocko’s book “Extreme Ownership”: What do you do if your leader is ineffective? You lead. If your leader refuses to step up and lead? You lead. We are never without a leader. Sometime the leader is ourselves.