AO: Blackwater

When: 05/28/2021

PAX:

Number of Pax: 4

Pax Names: Cash Flow, Dirt Bike, Gator, Planer,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Cash Flow


The BackBlast:

Conditions – Warm, Humid.  Summer is here y’all.

F3 & Covid Disclosures – Check

The Thang – 2018 IronPax Challenge Week 3

Accumulated Rep Scoring

*As many reps as possible in 30 mins*

15 Burpee Block Jump Overs
50 Hand Release Mericans
Broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back
14 Burpee Block Jump Overs
50 Goblet Squats with coupon
Broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back
13 Burpee Block Jump Overs
50 Leg Raises with coupon in arms extended chest press position
Broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back
12 Burpee Block Jump Overs
50 Hand Release Mericans
Broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back
11 Burpee Block Jump Overs
50 Goblet Squats with coupon
Broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back
10 Burpee Block Jump Overs
50 Leg Raises with coupon in arms extended chest press position
Broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back

…Count down Burpee BJOs from 15 to 1

Perform 50 reps of hand release mericans, goblet squats, or leg raises w/coupon in arms extended chest press position after ever set of Burpees and then broad jump 10 yards out and 10 yards back.

If you are able to complete the entire ladder and still have time remaining, rinse and repeat the workout starting with 15 Burpee BJOs

Total reps of Burpees and 50 exercises too be added for final score.
Ex 1: 15 + 14 + 13+ 12+11+50(5)= 315 reps. Represents 5 full burpee rounds and 5 full 50 rep exercise completions.

Ex 2: 15+14+13+12+5+50(4)=259 reps- represents 4 full burpee rounds, a partial burpee round and 4 full 50 rep exercise completions.

COT – Remember Me – Jocko Willink

Full Essay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c_MxHNOUmE

 

Shared excerpt:

“I fought at Lexington and Concord as our nation was born.

I crossed the Delaware on Christmas day in 1776. Freedom was on our side.

I defended The Chattahoochee river in the War of 1812. I would stand again.

In the Civil War, I fought with my brothers – and against my brothers – at Gettysburg and Shiloh and Bull Run. I learned that we must never again divide.

In World War l, I marched on the Marne and held the line at Belleau Wood. The War to end all wars, they called it. I just called it hell.

In World War ll, I fought everywhere: from the beaches of Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge, to the sands of Iwo Jima and the hell of Guadalcanal. I stood against tyranny and kept darkness from consuming the world.

In Korea I landed at Inchon and broke out of the Chosin Reservoir. They called it the forgotten war – but I never forgot.

In Vietnam, I went and I fought in the Mekong Delta and at Ia Drang and Khe Sanh and Hamburger hill. Some say my country waivered. But I did not waiver. Ever.

In the recent past I have fought in Grenada, Panama, Somalia, and other desperate places around the globe.

And finally I have fought in Iraq and Afghanistan. In Baghdad, Fallujah, and Ramadi.

In Kunar, Helmand, and Kandahar.”

 

This weekend honor those who paid the ultimate price for our Freedom.  Never Forget, We Remember.

 

Moleskin – Only one thing to say…YHC had an Elvis moment.  Thankfully Planer took over the Q while occupied.  YHC made it back to finish the workout and lead COT.

Announcements

  • Bible Study today (Friday 5/28) at noon on ZOOM
  • Murph Convergence Q Monday 5/31 at 7am at Western Branch HS. NO Up The Creek.
  • Service Project Saturday June 19 at Bennett’s Creek Park at 9am with the Tidewater Youth Services Foundation. We are planning to take the boys through a workout and have a social afterwards.

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