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Timberstone Jr. High
Date(s) - 07/25/2018
5:30 am - 6:15 am
Timberstone Jr High
7.25.17 Backblast – Burma Road 3.0
AO: Warm July Morning at Stonewolf (Timberstone Jr. High.)
Doyt, Custeau, Kitty, Splinter, Billy Bob, Scrooge, John Henry, Gap, Mole, Comidus, Springs, Box, Bolluc, Ollie, Sipe, Mr Belding, Link, Zebra, Sideshow, Rose – 1 FNG Hank Rigmans (Oven)
Burma Road was a 717 mile mountainous, winding road linking Burma with the southwest of China. It was built while Burma was a British colony in order to convey supplies to China during the WWII.
Starting at the Northwest corner of the Timberstone practice football field, 21 PAX began a third treacherous trek down Burma road.
In a bear crawl, the PAX worked their way across the football field, along the back of the north endzone. At the northeast corner of the field, each PAX did 5 burpees. Following the burpees the PAX continued south along the sideline to the goal line in a crawl bear, and then flipped back to a bear crawl to make the trek back across the field, along the goal line. Once reaching the west sideline, the PAX again did 5 burpees, crawl bear’d up the sideline to the 5 yard line and flipped back to a bear crawl. The PAX continued this rotation (bear crawl across, 5 burpees, crawl bear the sideline) until they reached the southeast corner of the field. Those PAX who finished first went back to pick up the six, and then the group moseyed back to the flag for the COT.
COT concluded the morning, with a short prayer for Colt & Reily, the Troops and for patience as we go through our lives.