PAX: Bicentennial Man, Princess Aurora, T-Cell, Bad Boy, Porcelain, En Fuego
QIC: En Fuego
6 PAX greeted the 41 degree gloom at Westeros this morning – ready, willing and able to celebrate YHC’s 11 year wedding anniversary. PA plants the Shovel Flag, 5:30 arrives, and with that, celebration commences…
Kick it off with 9 burpees, then mosey throughout AO, making four pit stops along the way for 6 burpees, 3, burpees, 4 burpees and 8 burpees – representing the 96,348 total hours of official marital coverage that has been outkicked by YHC. PAX then huddle, disclaim, knock out a couple additional warm-ups, and details of how this anniversary party is going down are given.
Like any great marriage, we first partner up. Then, 3 rounds of exercises focusing on the numbers 11 (years) and 132 (months).
Round 1: Start at bottom of parking lot along Bowling entrance; Partner 1 Bernie Sanders to top, perform 11 hand-release merkins at top and then back to bottom. Partner 2 is doing burpees. Flap-jack until Partner 1 and 2 have collectively knocked out 132 burpees.
Round 2: Same starting point; Partner 1 forward run to top, perform 11 Lieutenant Dans and then back down; Partner 2 is doing storm squats (imperial walker with 2 added squats, 4-count = 1 rep; PA calls T-Cell out for poor form, at which point we realize we have 3 different forms going between the three PAX). Flap-jack until collective 132 storm squat reps reached.
Round 3: Mosey to playground; same flap-jack theme, exercises being 11 pull-ups and 132 dips.
Mosey back to bottom of parking lot hill for one AYG up the hill. 10 strides in and its PA and a cloud of gloomy dust.
Three minutes of Mary, COT and YHC officially shuts the party down. Great work by all the PAX – on average each knocking out 96 burpees, 66 storm squats, 66 dips, 22 Lieutenant Dans, 22 pull-ups and 22 hand-release merkins while traversing 1.71 miles worth of AO.
Honor to have led and appreciative to live out the gloom with each of you. Remember our calling as leaders begins in our homes – may we choose to be intentional in embracing and owning that leadership mantle.