Warm-o-Rama consisted of mosey to the coupon stash, then mosey to the nearest tent – it was a little drizzly and couldn’t have my chalk board artwork get washed away… we did a few sun-gods and Michael Phelps to get the shoulders loosened up.
The deed: Chase the rabbit: one PAX is the rabbit, in rotating fashion. There were 4 corners of the parking lot marked with cones, each represented a stop for the rabbit. At the start, the remaining PAX were to start with 15 reps of listed exercises, when the last guy was finished we ran to the first station to “catch” the rabbit. While the rabbit was waiting on us to catch him he was doing said exercise as many times as he could. His count stopped when he was caught. If he completed 20 reps, then the rest of us did 20 as he ran to the next cone. Rinse and repeat until we made it back to the start.
The catch to this devious little game was that we used coupons. That’s right, 38+/-lb cinderblocks. Each exercise was performed with the coupon. So the coupon had to travel with us to catch the rabbit. Running with those buggers is no easy task. Painful in all reality. The exercises were: man-makers, incline merkins, overhead press, side-side merkins, derkins, rows, and tri-extensions (we didn’t get to these).
With just enough time to return the coupons into the depths, headed to the flag for COT. We had a few payer requests and were encouraged to look at F3 as more than a workout group, but a group of guys to encourage and push each other t0 be the best we can for our families, community and God.
It took two PAX to hold the coffee pot and pour it into cups, and we painfully enjoyed the dark elixir with each other. I had to get Viceroy to help me buckle my seatbelt.