24 Strong #HIMs braved the humid Fort Mill air for a beat down at Thursday staple Laces IN/Laces OUT.
Funhouse was Q for Laces OUT and decided to take his marry band of yoggers (soft J) around the track and either whistle at them or tell them to take a break. I don’t get it either – you have to ask him I guess.
YHC took the rest of the Pax for a little Field Work. Here’s the thang:
High Knees, Butt Kickers, Slide L/Slide R, Toy Soldiers, Dipping Birds, WWL’s (power skips – trademark), Knee to Chest, Long Strides, Shoulder Rotations.
There. You’re warm.
Mosey to midfield for Partner Yo-Yo’s. Partner 1 runs 50 yard to goal line and back while Partner 2 does exercise. Then Flap Jack.
Merkins x 3
Squats x 3
Flutters x 3
Mosey to the goal line for Tandem Bear Crawls. New Partner 1 bear crawls 10 yards then Partner 2 bear crawls 10 yards and continue that to other goal line. You read that right – 100 YARDS!!!
Let’s try something similar. New Partner – same thing (kinda) – CRAWL BEARS this time.
Omaha after 50-yards. That was a dumb idea.
Mosey to the corner for the confusing part of the workout. Cross Field Up-Downs with an Accountability Partner. Cross field every 20 yards then do 5 up-downs and stay with your partner.
Yeah – that was awful. Another dumb idea.
Give me a 10-count on that one CSPAN!
Next we line up on the goal line for some Matriculating Rugby Sprints down the field. Hank Stram would be proud. Did you know that “Matriculate” doesn’t even mean “move” or “progress”?!?! What the hell, Hank?!
And yes – YHC LIED when posting to the Twitter machine that they would not be featured. Start a class action.
We finished with 8 MOM. Yes EIGHT because I was all out of ideas and breath.
Mosey to COT.
Great time out there with everyone – it had been a while. Always thankful for these men of F3 and the accountability they provide.
Going to be very sad to see CSPAN leave us for Philly but looking forward to the first time we post together in the City of Brotherly Love. #F3PhillyRising Godspeed young man and thank you for everything you’ve taught me over the years! Greatly appreciated.
Thank you all for the opportunity to lead. Aye!