FroYo wanted a Workout

11 Pax posted for a rainy Flagship and got their weekend off to a good start

Pax: Bow Tie, Flying Tomato, Scout, Dockers, Guinness, Mel, Neo, Aruba, Josey, Fro Yo, Vault


Warmup lap followed by COP exercises:

GM X 10, WM X 10, IW X 10, SSH X 30, AC and Flapjack X 15

Grabbed the Flag and took off on an extended Indian Run down to Calvary Christian School.

There we completed three salad bowl circuits:

Round 1 – Backwards running up the first hill, Bear crawl up second hill.

Round 2 – Karaoke right up the first hill, karaoke left up the second hill.

Round 3 – Sprint up the first hill, crab walk up the second hill

No time for rest so we went right into recovery run around pond and into high wall for IC 10X IM, 10X LBDs, 10X Derkins. Recovery run around pond and repeato exercises on middle wall. Recovery run around pond and repeato exercises on short wall.

Straight back to start for IC 100X LBCs, People’s Chair with Sandhills Creed, Balls to Wall, 20X Dollies, 20X Rosalitas, 20X Freddie Mercuries, 15 Burpees OYO, Brostertag and Supermans

Quatro led the BOM our in prayer


Tclaps to FroYo for his encouragement to YHC that ensured he and all the rest of us didn’t get cheated on this rainy day in the gloom. YHC is not very creative, so it was an easy call to return to the pond.

Thoreau spent a couple of years by a pond, and among the many profound quotes attributed to him, this one rings true for what we experience in the gloom:

“Morning brings back the heroic ages…The morning, which is the most memorable season of the day, is the awakening hour. Then there is least somnolence in us; and for an hour, at least, some part of us awakes which slumbers all the rest of the day and night.”

The morning post is our awakening and refining hour where we come alive through fellowship. It sets the foundation for the rest of the day to help us be the men God has designed us to be.

YHC feels extremely blessed to have the opportunity to spend my awakening hours in the midst of a remarkable brotherhood.


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