Grab your balls and circle up for a little IC SSH, Weed Pickers, and Imperial Walkers.
Grab your balls and head to the field.
Partner Ball burpees and run – The 2 partners will lined up across from each other. Partner A chest Passes the ball to Partner B, B catches it, does a burpee, stands up, and passes it back. Round 1: 2 each – Run to the far cone; Round 2: 4 each – Run to the next closest cone; Rnd 3: 6 each – run to the next closest cone; Rnd 4: 8 each – run to the next closest cone; Rnd 5: 10 each – run to the closest cone.
Ball Slams and Bear Crawls – Partner A performed 10 ball slams while partner B bear crawled to the closet tree and crawl beared back where the partners switched. Rnd 2: 15 ball slams & bear to the next farthest tree; Rnd 3: 20 & next farthest tree, Rnd 4: 25 & next farthest tree, and Rnd 5: 30 & next farthest tree.
Heroes Run – Partner A starts running around the loop with the ball overhead. As soon as he can no longer keep his arms locked out, put the ball down, and continue the loop back to your partner. Partner B will then run to the ball and continue the run back to the beginning. While a partner is running the other partner that is not running is performing BOMBS – 5 Burpees, 10 Overhead claps, 15 Merkins, 20 Big Boys Sit-ups, 25 Squats. Reps are on your own and continue cycling until the ball has made it around the loop 4 times.
Ball Toss Death Match- The 2 Pax stand across from each other and throw the ball as hard as they can at each other. If catching the ball causes you to step back, 1 point is awarded to the thrower. If you drop a well-thrown ball, 1 point to the thrower. First to 5 points wins
Loser does 5 burpees.
We also had Llama Jr out there (Llama’s son) but he was not on the PAX list. In all, we had 3 2.0s out there working hard on a Saturday morning instead of acting foot loops watching cartoons. One of my favorite things about F3 is raising my kids (especially having my son around) around a group of men that they can look up to. Each and every man brings something unique to the group and is helping to build the next generation of better men. I thank you all for being a great example of what a man should be. We are not without our faults, and I think it’s important for the kids to see that as well, but as a whole, this group of men (and the FiA’s as well) are a great example of how you should live and lead.