A quaint Pax of 5 posted ITG today at Laurel Hills Park, all with hopes of getting better. This was YHC’s first Q as a member of F3Raleigh. With being out of the Q saddle for roughly 2 months, this Carterican had forgotten how much fun it can be. Side note, the intro, mission statement and disclaimer appear to be a foreign concept for F3Raleigh so actually saying the mission statement was mind blowing for some. Here’s how it went down:

Warm Up: SSHs, Hillbillies, Mountain Climbers and Cotton Pickers. All were done IC x 15.

The Thang: Mosey lap around the playground followed by Catch Me If You Cans up the parking lot. Partner A would back pedal up the lot while Partner B did 10 merkins then sprinted to catch Partner A. At the top of the lot, 10 Partner hand-slap merkins. Mosey back down the lot, switch places and repeat.

Mosey to the picnic shelter for more Partner fun. Partner A would run a loop around the playground while Partner B started doing urkins. Partner go was 150 urkins. Partners would alternate running loops while the other would urkin. Once complete, repeat with dips as the exercise.

Mosey to the small soccer field for 7s. Bear crawl half way across the field, do 6 burpees, lunge back across the field for 1 LBC. Continue routine with 5 burpees and 2 LBCs, 4 and 3, 3 and 4, etc.

Mosey to baseball field for Balls to the Wall on the fence. 10-count countdown by each Pax member. Next, 10 step ups OYO. Repeat both exercises again.

With time winding down, the Pax moseyed to the basketball court for a double court suicide. And we’re done…

Short mosey to the parking lot for Mary. Woody led the group with a 20 count of Dying Cockroaches and Pigpen led a 20 count of Homer-to-the-Marge’s. YHC wrapped it up with a short count of Have A Nice Day(a new one for YHC but quickly becoming a favorite).

A few announcements were made and one prayer request for Pigpen’s father who is having some hip/back pain.

Woody took us out in prayer.

It was a pleasure and honor to lead today. The Pax did a great job of staying together and picking each other up when needed. Thanks to the men who came out this morning and allowed me to lead.