PAX (12): Cookie, Devito, False Start, FannyPack, Groundhog, Irene, Krueger, Lil Hurt, lumbergh, Morphine, Special K, Trebek
“On this Day…” Penicillin was discovered (1928), tanks were used in combat for the first time (1916), and Charles Darwin reached the Galapagos Island aboard HMS Beagle (1835), and the RAF turned the tide of the Battle of Britain (1940).
All of these pail in comparison to the one event that arguably made the greatest ever school-themed comedy of the 1990’s possible: the opening of the first free public school in the western world (1616). Education has never been the same since, and Billy Madison can tell you why.
An ok disclaimer followed by a mosey to the FOD with Butt Kickers, high knees, carioca right & left on the way.
YHC thought this would be a tight one, with 936 total reps! I was wrong.
Kicked off the original movie soundtrack, hung the agenda on the fence, and we’re off.
Billy Madison: Inspired by Billy Madison’s journey through back through school, this routine involves a running loop and exercise per grade. Begin with a loop to simulate the grade, followed by an exercise with 12 reps as the exam. This concludes 1st grade. Run the loop again, followed by the 1st grade exercise x 12 reps plus a new exercise x 12 reps. This concludes 2nd grade. Continue with the loop and adding an exercise each time until you’ve completed one loop and exercise combo for each of the 12 grades. Great for mumble chatter and telling of high school victories. Celebrate graduation with snack packs for all!
We ran the bases between G1-10, then the whole field for the last few. We finished almost ten minutes early.
Off to the outfield for some Captain Thor. YHC called it short when Cookie started hating on the Yellow Jackets… I just couldn’t take it…
Back to the flag for 5 Diamond Peter Parker Mercans from Devito.
2nd F on Friday @ 11:30 in Alpharetta, see 2nd F channel for details
TNT from Morphine about the importance of having those direct accountability conversations with problem team members- great reminder of the bigger picture, and the co-workers and customers who may be at stake.
Always a pleasure and this was fun one. Thanks to the HIM who make F3 awesome.