YHC had a migraine the last time he was supposed to Q at Urban Legend and had to find a sub at the last minute. He had to make up for it today by giving the best Q he could find. Well, this one will just have to do.
It was good to see Hoist and Wild Hog today, haven’t seen them out here in a while. Argyle provided the mumble chatter. Rock Drop and Dunphy are still beasts at 50 something. If I start now, I might get my arms to look like Dunphy’s when I get to 50.
Good times today with solid dudes and Wild Hog.
Here’s how it went today:
Mosey to Top of parking deck
Line up horizontal in lanes between parking spaces.
1st lane Bear Crawl, stopping at end of lane for the following exercises:
- Merkins x 10
- Squats x 10
- Plank jacks x 10
- Burpees x 5
- 2nd lane is lunges to the end of that lane and repeating exercises
- 3rd lane is duck walk to end and repeating exercises
Mosey to Circle beside the courthouse:
- At first spot, Flutter kicks x 25 (2 count)
- Mosey to back area of circle, BBSU x 25
- Mosey to spot next to courthouse, Iron Crosses x 25
Mosey to Ohara’s and find a spot on the planters:
- Dips x 50
- Decline merkins x 25
- Incline merkins x 25
Mosey to amphitheater parking lot
- Line up on right side of parking lot arriving from Main Street
- Carolina Dry Docks x 50
- Lunge to opposite side of parking lot
- Calf raises: Regular x 34; Feet in x 33; Feet out x 33
Mosey to playground:
- Pull ups x 5
- Squats x 50
- Rinse and repeat for 3 rounds; R2 and R3 were squats x 25
Mosey to bottom of courthouse parking lot beside road that is adjacent to Lexington Methodist Church
- Run backwards up hill in the parking lot to the top
Mosey back to shovel flag
2 minutes of each exercise below, 30 seconds between each exercise:
- LBC for 2 full minutes
- Hello Dollies for 2 full minutes
- Six inches x 1 minute; rest; 30 seconds rinse and repeat
- 12/20: Digits run; Lexington High 6:30am
- Urban Legend CLOSED on Christmas Day
- Lexington SAFE Run Week 1/1 – 1/8: Sign up link for times: http://ttsu.me/safe202
- New Years Day convergence at Snake Pit, White Knoll High, 7am https://twitter.com/F3LexSC/status/1339900249217875968
- Dam to Dam 2/21
- P200 in March
- No Show
- Family of Diane Wells “Digits”
- Those who have lost loved ones, the first holidays afterward can be painful
- Virus victims
- Our country
I have repeated this Devo in some form at each of my Q’s this week and it is worth repeating. Apologies to those who heard it multiple times:
One Saturday this past November, the University of Kentucky allowed for the Left Tackle position to be open for the first play from scrimmage and takes a delay of game penalty in honor of OL Coach John Schlarman who passed away after his battle with cancer.
Vanderbilt declined the penalty. These are two acts that show the good in people.
YHC had the honor of collecting funds for the Salvation Army this weekend. It’s amazing some of the stories that you hear on how the Salvation Army has helped people.
One lady spoke about how the organization helped her father after WWII to rehab his war injury and PTSD before that was even a thing.
Another lady in a wheelchair gave cash and asked how she could give more. “Is there a Mission around here?” “Why, yes ma’am, there certainly is!”
YHC saw the good side of people this weekend. It made him realize, with all the bad we hear about on the news, there is also a lot of good. YHC believes that there is much more good than bad out there, we just have to look for it.