Gladiator has a long and lengthy Q sheet that's filled up months out. Eager to Q again after my last adventure, I picked an available day in October and waited in the Q-queue. Today was my turn, so I dusted off an Irene Original BD and off we went.
Quick mosey around the starting parking lot. SSH, Weedpickers, Toy Soldiers, Copperhead Squats, World's Greatest Stretch, Arm Circles, and COVIDs.
Mosey to the pavilion with the picnic tables south of the soccer fields.
Today, we played Cricket, F3-style. For those who don't know, Cricket is a darts game where you need to hit different parts of the board three times each. First to hit all of the parts of the board first wins. When you get your first hit you mark a /, your second hit is a , and the final hit is a circle, 0, to complete the X in a circle mark.
For F3 Cricket, we complete sets of exercises with the rep count for the space on the board:
| 20 |
| Merkins |
| 19 |
| Jump Sq. |
| 18 |
| 17 |
| Dips |
| 16 |
| Step-Ups |
| 15 |
| Absolutions |
| B(25) |
| Burpees |
Pax split into two teams and raced through the sets to find out who won, but in the end we all won by getting stronger... (Red Team Won!)
With 10 minutes to spare, we moseyed to the soccer fields for another game: Rochamburpees. Pax paired up and entered a low-plank facing their partner. Pax then played Rock-Paper-Scissors with the loser performing a Burpee. Reps increased each round until time at 5:59.
Everyone moseyed back to the shovel flag to finish.
Prayers, Praises, Announcements:
1. Prayers for Vertigo who is starting a new job on Friday.
2. Prayers for Spandex who's searching for a new job.
3. Prayers for Speedo whose son is getting married soon and whose Father is soon to receive Chemo.
Thank you for having me at Gladiator. It's a pleasure to come out and work with you all. Awesome work keeping the Q sheet full so far out, such that the Q-queue exists.
See you all in the Gloom.