WARMUP: ruck, jog down the hill, circle of stuff, then the traditional Bernie up hill to the flag
THE THANG: Sooorie traveled to the fabled lands of north Cherokee, having met his sensei bloodhound, he was bestowed two of his logs, legendary weapons of woe, in order to teach the men of Broadway the lessons of leadership, fatigue, and teamwork.
We began with the importance of a common language, preparatory commands and execution commands. Demonstrated how to pick up the logs, and move as a team safely.
Two teams were formed and four men carried each log. The remainder had 40-60 lb sandbags and were instructed to never let them or the log fall.
We mosied around allowing fatigue and time to teach the men. The men had to learn how to communicate and listen to their needs.
We would often stop and do team building exercises with the log.
After some time, we retired the logs to get in some much needed rest and cardio.
Two lines were formed with all of the sand bags stacked at point A. The two lines were roughly 25 years parallel and then off set to create a zipper.
Pax A would farmers carry two sand bags to PaxB then return to gather more sand bags. Pax B would transport the bags to Pax C. This would continue until end X.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: 3rd F breakfast and new years convergence.
COT: the men marinated on the lessons of Yule log. How it pertained to their life, and how to better operate in the future.
It was beautiful. Sooories heart was much full.