Timberstone Jr. High (Stone Wolfe)

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Date(s) - 03/20/2019
5:30 am - 6:15 am

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Timberstone Jr High


boot camp, Sylvania

Bootcamp style workout that uses the track, plenty of open grass, and a large parking lot. Meet at the basketball courts!

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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Stone Wolfe Beatdown, March 20th

    We had 20 Pax out for the beatdown this morning. We went through the five core principles and the you versus you reminder. The idea was a a challenging full body workout with some fast paced 400 meter runs mixed in. There were three circuits for the workout with each movement lasting for one minute unless noted below. PAX were encouraged to set a goal for total reps in the given time and share it with the guy next to them, to increase accountability and give incentive to perform to the best of their ability. PAX were also encouraged to finish the 400 meter run in less than 2 minutes.

    Circuit 1

    Crossover Toe Touch
    Alternating Lunges
    Hand Release merkins
    Jump Squats
    Big Boy Sit ups
    400 Meter Run

    Circuit 2

    Walking Merkin
    V ups
    Mountain Climbers
    Basketball Lunges
    Compound Merkins
    400 Meter Run

    Circuit 3

    LT Dans
    High Toe Touches
    Leg Raises
    Staggered Merkin (switch at 15)
    Buster Poseys
    Spider Man Plyo Merkins
    400 Meter Run

    Mosey back to the flag.

    Count-O-Rama: 20
    Name-O-Rama: Trapeze,Shmails, Cogsworth, Klinger, Danica, Scrooge, Mailman, Tidwell, Huckleberry, McMurray, Extra Extra, Ollie, Brute, Bullock, Poodle, Rabbit, Jeter, Uber, Minnie, and Mole as Q.

    Know the 6: Scrooge. He shared how meaningful F3 is as he was out for a couple weeks with the flu and that sometimes you don’t know how meaningful it is to you, until it is taken away from you, even if it is for a short time.

    Prayer Intentions: None spoken, but we prayed for the troops and first responders. We prayed for effectiveness and that we would be a Christian example in our sphere of influence – at work, at home, in the community.

    Thanks to all who came out today. It is always an honor and a privilege to lead.



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