THE SCENE: Raining, temp in 60s
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
Mosey to Pavilion because it is raining by golly. 20 Side-Straddle-Hops, 15 Plank Jacks, 10 Cherry Pickers, 10 Rockettes, 10 Little Baby Arm Circles Forward and 10 Backward.
Next, do 20 Picnic Table Pullups and then run around around the Pavilion. Next do 20 Bench Dips and then run around the Pavilion. Rinse and Repeat.
Why heck, it’s still raining, let’s get wet. Mosey down ball field sidewalk to Caribbean parking lot and to the southwestern side of the parking lot. We will run in a candy cane motion stopping at each island to do the listed exercise. Those getting to the end of the candy cane sweep all men back to the start. Then do the same with the next exercise. These are the exercises:
- 10 Merkins
- 10 Big Boy Sit-ups
- 20 Little Baby Crunches
Next, we mosey on park roadway to the old southern ball field parking lot. We will start on the southern curb and do suicide, returning back to curb from each parking lot light and northern curb. The run to the first curb is always a Bernie Sanders while all the other running is a sprint.
Next we mosey to the park perimeter trail just off the pavilion by the old south ball fields. We will do nickel dime quarter doing the following exercises:
- Dive Bomber
- Squat Jump
Next we do double quarters (run 5 lights then do 25 of exercise, then rinse and repeat) with the following exercises:
- Toe touches
- Bobby Hurleys
We stop where perimeter trail meets serpentine sidewalk. We next run on serpentine sidewalk for four lights and lunge for one light until we reach the Caribean Parking Lot. From there, mosey to Pavilion by northern ball fields. From there, sprint to the AO Flag with winner (who happened to be Lulu) getting a free breakfast from your Q.
Who’s she? Cross-Eyed Mary happens to be an incredible song by Jethro Tull. Just sayin.
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
Ten men, no FNGs.
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
William Shatner, the actor who played good ol Captain Kirk, flew into space this past week. At age 90 he is the oldest person to ever travel in space. He was overcome with emotion when he returned. He talked about the beautiful blue skies of earth and how, once the space vessel passed through the Earth’s atmosphere, the beautiful blue of earth went suddenly black in space. It made him think of the preciousness and fragility of Earth, how it can vanish into nothing, and about the fragility of our own lives, about how our bodies will one day just die. Thankfully, our lives are more than what is spent on Earth. There is the infinity of God, the Alpha and Omega, who created everything, and the opportunity to live with HIM, forever.
We live on a beautiful planet.
Christmas party at Judge Judy’s home on December 11. Wives or partners are invited.