The Wall (Riverside Park)

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Date(s) - 12/05/2019
5:30 am - 6:15 am

The Q:

Riverside Park


boot camp, Perrysburg

Boot camp style workout. On the River. Amazing way to watch the sun come up and start the day with sweat pouring over your rejuvenated soul. Some ramps, lots of steps, a little concrete, a little grass, all the fixens for beautifully scripted beatdown!

Best Parking is on Cherry Street. **Please be considerate when you park on the side streets, keep the Mumblechatter at a minimum out of respect for the residents.**


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  1. Raven
    Raven says:

    A Tribute to “Crocodile Don-E”
    The Wall
    Mile High
    Van Gogh

    Q – Raven

    “The Thang”
    -5 Core Principals
    -Warmed up with Imperial Walkers (OYO) while YHC explained the meaning behind and reason for the title Crocodile Don-E. (We’ll get to that momentarily).
    -Started with 68 step-ups (34 each leg). A tribute to Don E.
    -Mosey to the hill at Hood Park for “Bears and Blocks, 1,2,3!”
    PAX each got a partner, one partner does work at the bottom of the hill while the second partner Bear Crawls/Bear Crawl with a block 🙂
    (Start Bear Crawl with block in front of you, crawl until the block is between your feet, stop and lift the block in front of you, repeato up the
    hill to the first light post. From the post, crawl bear back to the bottom) Switch places with partner.
    The Work:
    100 single leg lifts (from 6, 2 is 1)
    200 American Hammers (2 is 1)
    300 Goblet Squats
    When Partners finished, side plank till 6 is done.
    -Mosey back to The Wall
    -Meet the Six

    It was a mild morning the temp was in the low 40’s. A typical good turnout for The Wall.

    My father-in-law was Donald George Sprung. He was born December 5, 1951. Today would have been his 68th birthday. I never met Mr. Sprung, but I know from the legacy he left through his daughter (my AMAZING M, Missy Jo) that he was a HIM like many of us. In my house we have an old leather hat the looks like the one the main character wore in Crocodile Dundee. It belonged to Mr. Sprung, he called it his “Crocodile Don-E” hat. My beautiful M claims I would have gotten along well with her father, I believe her. My M grew up in a tumultuous childhood, however, she now leads a very well-adjusted and healthy life. She attributes her mental & emotional well being to the fact that she always knew she was loved. Her entire childhood, ups and downs she never doubted the fact that she was loved. I attribute this fact to the dedication and devotion of her father. His strengths as a father have influenced me even though he passed before I had the chance to meet him. As I said previously, Donald Sprung was a HIM and I used part of his story today to inspire the HIM at the Wall to love their family deeper and think about the legacy they are leaving with their children.

    As always, it was an honor to lead today. I wouldn’t be the man (HIM) I am today without F3 in my life.



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