Intro: It was a somber morning as 19 men posted at the Armory for the last time. This was also my first Q since I broke my neck and had surgery, sometime in September.
F3 Mission Statement: “To plant, serve and grow small workout groups, in order to reinvigorate male community leadership.” -Dred
Weather: 49 degrees
Disclaimer: No FNG’s
COP- 4 Count In Cadence
25- Side Straddle Hops
15- SLOOOOW Cherry Pickers
10- Little Baby Arm Circles Forward
10- Overhead Claps
10- Little Baby Arm Circles in Reverse
The Thang: The pax moseyed to the newish block pile to retrieve a cinder block and then paired up at the horseshoe pits. One pax had to farmers carry both blocks on the sidewalk that surrounded the horseshoe pits, while the other performed a given exercise. Once their partner returned with the blocks they switched off. The exercises are listed below.
Hand Release Push-Ups
Carolina Dry Docks
6 Minutes of Mary: She did not get hers today due to time constraints.
Pledge of Allegiance:
Naked Moleskin: It was an honor and a privilege to lead the very last beat down at the armory. I may not have been at every Seismic beat down but I have been there since its inception. One of my most miserable beat downs took place right there. Goose was the Q and there were only 4 of us. I think it was only the second BC at Seismic and the low numbers were common back then. The weather was in the mid 30’s and it was raining like crazy. I recall laying on my back doing flutter kicks and looking up at the dark sky. All you could see was water cascading downward that was being illuminated by the street light. I said to myself, “IT WILL NEVER GET ANY WORSE THAN THIS!” That sentiment stands to this day. IT SUCKED! This BC sucked as well but it doesn’t hold a candle to that miserable February morning in 2015. Also a big thank you to everyone as I knocked off the dust as Q.