We couldn’t use any gear so I decided to use the cinder blocks! 19 brave men came our for lots of heavy lifting and running (the bear crawl was for Doughboy). We also would like to welcome Big House to F3 Waxhaw! I do have to say, the workout looked a ton easier on paper than it was in reality. Based on the chatter, I didn’t make too many friends today.
The Warm Up – After diccs were given we did a quick mosey around Mt. Chiseled and a quick look at the location of the beatings to come. Took a quick mosey down to pick up cinder blocks for the guys who needed one. Warm up included:
We proceeded to Mt. Chiseled with our cinder blocks over head and did lunges and also what I call “Frankenstein” to the base of Mt. Chiseled.
The Thang – Partner up. Partner 1 does the exercise while partner 2 bear crawls up to the top of Mt. Chiseled and runs over to the other side to perform 10 Bomb Jacks. Run back over to the other side to relieve your partner. Partner 1 started with Burpie Press – 100 of them as a team! That hurts! The next exercise was 200 curls (might have to call an audible!) followed by 100 Rows – bent over or upright. Top that one off (arms now really hurting) with 100 Keddle Block Swings closing off the workout with the Chest Press with the blocks. After running out of time we circled up for our finish.
The Moleskine – That was a tough one but I appreciate Fuse giving me the opportunity to be able to lead such a great group of guys. All of you are really fantastic and I appreciate the support of all. We did have one FNG today and because he likes Ohio State, he was giving the name Big House. Welcome Big House.
Announcements – Fuse is looking for help at Five Stones Church for today, Thursday and Friday of this week. Please Contact Fuse Box for more information. Posse spoke about the Spartan Race this Saturday! 100 PAX Challenge – We still need more support – Let’s donate now! Tickets are being sold for a raffle to win a Lazy Boy Chair. Friday is graduation at CHS and it might impact the morning workout at Cutherbertson, be on the lookout.
14 PAX made it out to the fog and wet to lift lots of heavy objects. I’m sure Deadwood would like me to give a summary of our directions but due to the lateness of the BB and the lack of time, I’m going to make this simple.
The Warm Up – we took a quick lap around Mount Chiseled to get the juices flowing. Circle up for:
The Thang – Mosey over to gear where we separated into partners to start. Yes Deadwood, I explained the stations. With one station being the runners, these PAX were our timers. The rest of the PAX worked on the following stations:
The Moleskin – The PAX worked hard today, great job guys! We had no rain and the temperature was warm enough for shorts and a t-shirt. Thanks to Rudy and Chastain for helping me get ready for my Q today. It was a pleasure leading the team today in the workout.
Thank you to Chastain for taking us out.
With the attempt to not give you guys the same old workout, I was looking to change things up a bit. My original plan was to break out the logs from the Middle School woods but they were pretty nasty, thus you guys got the hill! I din’t know it was going to rain so I am sorry if the benches were a little wet. We had a good showing today where 19 of the Pax (the usual suspects) came out and four new FNG’s today. They will be named later in the backblast. Let’s get into it…
There really was no gold found on the Mt. Chiseled site today (Doughboy knows what I’m taking about). But 14 men did get to witness the hieroglyphics left over from Rockwell’s beating last week as they circled Mt. Chiseled. No “Family Picture” was taken to protect the innocent.
The Warm Up – After disclaimers came the mosey around Mt. Chiseled to start our warm up. Come back and circle up for: 15 SSH, 15 Imperial Walkers, 15 Moroccan Night Club’s, 15 merkins, 15 plank jacks, 15 mountain climbers.
The Thang – Our timer was (to start) a complete circle around Mt. Chiseled and back to the church. We had to modify due to the fact that we think we almost lost Schneider out there! Multiple stations of pain included: Fire Pit – 20 step ups and 20 dips, the railing for supine’s, that big ass tire, the rope swing, regular curls and reverse curls, military press with weights, shoulder shrugs with dam heavy buckets, rows with sand bag, a kettle bell lift (watch the jewels!), MAN MAKERS, fly’s with dumbbells, slam balls and two REALLY stupid heavy (I think they were only 50 lbs) weights we carried across the parking lot!
The Moleskin – You really cannot prove that we did not find gold because we forgot to take the “Family Picture” and we really do not want to share it anyway. Great job to all you guys for all the hard work today! A special thanks has to go out to Fuse Box, I could not have done this without his help and support. And I am totally to blame for the tardiness of the back blast!
Posse posted on GroupMe about his wives school and the fact that they need volunteers to help this Saturday from 8 am to 11 am. You should see his posting on the news channel. F3 Dads – 9:00 am Dogwood Park, Gerber is on Q, 3 – 14 years old kids, boys and girls can attend. F3 is doing clean up of our adopted road in Waxhaw – Zinfandel is coordinating the event on the 24th after coffateria – Nesbit Park, Waxhaw. Thank you Doughboy for taking us out!