DOWN BY THE RIVER

  • QIC: Gander
  • The Pax: Pyro, DoorKnob, BitCoin, Stye, Tree Frog, Blue Hawaiian, Plan B, Faulkner, Black Dog, Bubble Guts, Morning, StickBuilt, Unicorn, Oz


A pax of 15 posted this am to get their day started with the F3 family down by the river. I sure do miss Matt Foley.

Apparently, a healthy dose of beans and fiber were on the Thursday night menu. No FNGs, so we got started:

Warm-o-rama

  • SSH 4CICx16
  • Imperial Squat Walkers 4CICx10
  • Sun Gods 4CICx10, reverso
  • Baseball Stretches
  • Downward Dog

The Thang

We moseyed from the flagpoles to the traffic circle field where the pylon-discy-marker-thingys were placed to created our workout parameters of a middle PDMT and 4 outer PDMTs that created a large rectangle. We circled around the middle PDMT and followed this sequence of exercises. After each exercise sequence, we moved around the four outer PDMTs by always facing the river which meant forward run, right defensive slide, backward run, left defensive slide.

  • Guantanamo, reverso
  • Mosey around cones
  • Suzanne Somers 4CICx30, flapjack
  • AYG around cones
  • Wave of Merkins – count up to 5
  • Mosey around cones
  • Wave of Merkins – count up to 5 – I think we almost got it right on this try
  • AYG around cones
  • Circle Burps
  • Mosey around cones
  • Aiken Legs – 20 squats, 20 squat jumps, 20 lunges, 20 Iron Mikes
  • AYG around cones

We then moved to the end PDMTs and split into 2 lines for an Inch Bear Crawled to the far end PDMTs. Then we Inch Crawl Beared back to starting point. One more lap around the cones. Mosey back to the flagpoles.

*** Side note: I cut the plan short by 3 cycles due to timing – Fire Drill, Global Warming & Circle of Leg Raises (Mirror of the Circle of Merkins). Amazing how when one Q’s, you run out of time. But some days, you wonder why the Q is still going at 2 hours… or at least it seems.

Mary

  • LBCs SCICx30 OMU
  • LSF 4CICx10? – lost count as I was focused on BitCoin’s energetic counting
  • Dolly 4CICx10?

No announcements. YHC closed with the Lord’s Prayer.

After COT, I took the time to take the photo posted above. I also had the thought that we are probably blessed to have the most unique and beautiful AO in all of NC. I don’t want to sound boastful, just recognizing what is offered to us each day.

Thank you for the opportunity to lead!

Aye!

Gander

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