There are few regions that are setting the example of how to Get Right, Live Right, Lead Right & Leave Right better than the men of F3 Waxhaw. That’s why I was honored to be asked to Q Homecoming (more on that later). YHC did a little recon work at the campus, was given some advice from Posse on how to handle the Corona-COT and set out to put together a weinke that would make the Pax hate me for putting them through it, but would also make them want me to come back again for a future Q. I’ll leave that up to the 5 who weren’t either self-quarantined, at Commitment or at Gladiator to decide. Here’s how it went down.
The Roving COP
Mosey from cars to top of carpool circle – SSH X 20
Mosey to top of hill – IW X 20
Mosey back to bottom of hill – Low Slow Squats X 20
Mosey back to carpool dropoff lane – Arm Circles X 10 each direction
Partner up for CMIYC – no touching! P1 runs the carpool circle. P2 performs called exercise until P1 catches them
Mosey to band tower. P1 runs stairs X 3. P2 performs called exercise until P1 completes 3 climb
Mosey to Monkey Bars. All exercises OYO X 3 rounds
Mosey to elementary school playground
Grab a lifting rock from rock pile at the fence
Mosey to swings
Mosey to basketball court for March
Shoot free throws – every make removes 10 reps from the called exercise (except burpees. 1 make removes 1 burpee)
10 Merkins X Pax = 50 Merkins at stake. Had to perform 40. SMH
10 WWII sit-ups X Pax = 50 WWII sit-ups. Had to perform 40. SMH
10 Burpees. Had to perform 9. SMH
Mosey back to Middle School carpool lane but stop at rock pile by “mobile classrooms” for 20 more O/H press.
I mentioned earlier that I was honored to be asked to Q a workout in Waxhaw, but Posse let it slip that they were running out of people for the 70 Day Q Challenge and were scraping the bottom of the barrel….
It was good to see Blue Screen back in the Gloom. #Kotters Dude can almost shoot a decent free throw
I had the opportunity to meet Southern Tip this morning for the first time. He’s killing it like a veteran. He was out front for every mosey but didn’t set any records from the free throw line
Frack came in hot at 5:30 but made up for being “late” with his effort this morning. Don’t be surprised if you see him practicing his free throws. Just sayin’
Posse did a solo pre-run to get warmed up and killed it during the workout. Dude always puts forth a solid effort but I don’t think his 2.0 has to worry about his dad beating him in P-I-G or any other basketball game any time soon.
YHC is sorely disappointed that all of the Spring sporting events have been Covid-cancelled (#MarchSadness), so YHC decided to build in a little fun this AM and everyone discovered how humbling and hard it is to shoot a free throw with 1) a flat basketball and 2) with wobbly arms fresh off of dozens of reps of pull ups, merkins, O/H presses, curls & tricep extensions. It’s a good thing the Pax at homecoming are so good at boot camping because b-ball is definitely not their strong suit. I think we made 4/20.
During Name-O-Rama, YHC was called out for starting with a fist bump. #Cobains It’s hard to break old habits because even though I was called out, Posse still gave me the knuckles. #Cobains. The rest of the COT was done with proper social distancing and we finished up kneeling during our closing prayer. Thanks to Blue Screen for the take out.
I was worried about living up to the standard the Waxhaw region has set for its workouts and tried to create a fun & challenging beatdown. I was happy to hear that I built in some coupons & areas that had not yet been discovered. Weddington Middle is a great AO. I hope everyone got their money’s worth because it was truly an honor to be asked to lead this morning. Already looking forward to the next time.