An AED Hunt

AO: Rubicon

When: 09/27/2022

QIC: False Start

PAX (8): False Start, FannyPack, Krueger, Lil Hurt, Morphine, Pinkey, Trebek, Wilson


There’s been a lot of chatter about identifying AEDs in our AOs, and after Lumbergh wanted to be a Skinny Boy Runner, I jumped in to take his concept and develop it for a beatdown.  Away we go!


Mosey around the corner to the Community Center parking lot for the following:

  • SSH
  • Toy Soldier
  • Hillbilly
  • Weedpicker
  • Arm Circles (Forward & Reverse)
  • COVIDs

Mosey to the backside of the community center.

The Thang:

This is where I shared with the PAX that we would be on an AED hunt so we knew where they were in case of emergency.  I also dug deep in the exicon and found exercises that started with A, E, or D.  I had to write them down to remember them, so one of the few times I had a weinke with me.

First Stop: Backside of Community Center – No AED

Partnered up for a mini dora, where we modified a few times on rep counts due to time and just ridiculous counts. I quite honestly don’t know where we ended up, but did the following exercises:

  • Alligator Merkins
  • E2K
  • Dirty Hookups (These were fun, here’s the link)

Second Stop: Tennis Court Bathrooms – No AED

PAX started to think this was all planned, but I shared that we had no idea where the AEDs are, or if there were actually any to begin with!  This was a true recon mission, and now everybody was engaged and excited to find out.  We did the following 3 times:

  • Partner 1: American Hammers AMRAP
  • Partner 2: 10x Donkey Kicks against the wall
  • Switch

Third Stop: FOD Concession Stand – AED Sign, but locked behind a metal door 🙁

OYO this time, with the following sequence completed twice:

  • Aiken Legs – 10 Squats, 15 Box Jumps, 20 Lunges (single count)
  • Elf on the Shelf (10 each side)
  • Derkins (20)

Fourth Stop: Pool Building – AED Sign, but locked behind a door

Partner up for another switch-up 2 times:

  • Partner 1: Apollo Onos (10 each side)
  • Partner 2: Diamond Merkins AMRAP
  • Switch

Fifth Stop: Baseball Field Concession Stand – AED Sign, but locked behind a metal door

OYO Repeating each twice:

  • Australian Mountain Climbers x10 AC (Another fun one, link here)
  • Dips x20

Mosey back to the flag to finish right on time.


Be on the lookout for the October Convergence at the Boneyard in late October

Naked-Man Moleskin:

The punchline on AEDs:  There are some, but don’t need them in the gloom, they will be hard / impossible to get!

Not much reflection today, fun to try out new exercises and add a bit of fun to the mix. Always appreciative of this group trying new things and going with the flow.

Until next time!

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