Several weeks ago, YHC and Shades Of Grey ended up having a couple of beverages together at Keg Cowboy and decided it would be fun to do an AOQ swap day and as such, declared December 10th the perfect day for it! It’s been a while since I’ve been to see the men of Graveyard, so it was great to get back out there! Decided that since Christmas was approaching, it would be a great time to host a little Christmas Party! Here’s how it went down:
Not bad at all…low 60s
YHC was the lone Strideliter and put in around 3.1 miles before The Thang
Mosey inside the fence and circle up
20 Imperial Walkers
20 Little Baby Arm Circles
PAX count off (even though Spackle was offended that we doubted his math) for a total of 14 PAX
Each PAX picks a number from the bucket
YHC produced another bucket with the F3 Gear cards, and each card represented a “present”
Player 1 draws a card, which contained an exercise. All perform exercise on card with Player 1 determining the number of reps or the distance.
Player 2 then draws a card. Before drawing, Player 2 has the option to “steal” Player 1’s card and make the PAX do the exercise.
Player 3 either draws a card or “steals” Player 1 or 2’s card and make the PAX do the exercise.
Continue this rotation with the ability to “steal” any player’s card who’s already drawn.
We made it through about 1.5 rounds before time was called.
Here are all the cards (I think) in no specific order:
Joker (Carolina Dry Docks)
Hand Release Merkins (Stolen for a second round)
Side Straddle Hops
Bear Crawl to flagpole and back
Heels to Heaven
Little Baby Crunches
Carioca to flagpole and back
Sprint to end of walkway and back
- Christmas Party – 12/14 – Preblast here
- Nativity Ruck – 12/24 – Details coming soon
- Bulldog is Qing Urban Legend on Friday
Jackson Burgess – River Bluff student involved in bar car accident
Bulldog’s Mom – Surgery
2 Corinthians 8:9 – For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.
The gist of the devo is that we are all rich, simply because we have things like the home we woke up in, the car we drove to River Bluff in, etc… Keep in mind those that are less fortunate than us and don’t have those luxuries. Go to God and ask that he lead you to generously give in a way that He desires.