Saturday was not Groundhog Day, but the repetitive challenge faced by Phil in the movie served as YHC’s theme for the day. 26 PAX made every rep count, without a ten-count in sight.

“I originally thought today was to be Groundhog Day. It’s actually tomorrow. But I already created a workout for it. So we’ll celebrate early.”

Divide into two lines and Indian Run to Homewood Court

Circle up:
SSH  x25
Windmills  x20
Squat Jacks  x15   #crowdpleaser
Sir Fazio Arm Circles  x15
Reverse  x15
AMRAP Burpees OYO – 2min
    Remember your number!

Recover on the run around Carroll:
Paint the hill along the way – PAX looking like a well oiled machine
Chillcut until entire PAX completes the hill

Find a spot on the wall:
People’s Chair  xPAX 5-count w/ leg switch
Balls to the Wall  x20
Prisoner Squats  x20
AMRAP Merkins OYO – 1min
   Remember your number!

Recover on the run back to the flag

Circle up:
American Hammer  x20
Slow Flutter  x20
Homer to Marge  x20
AMRAP LBCs OYO – 1min
      Remember your number!

“I originally thought today was to be Groundhog Day. It’s actually tomorrow. But I already created a workout for it. So we’ll celebrate early.”

REPEATO ALL ABOVE
Try to beat your numbers (if you can remember them).

The PAX was moving fast today, and we finished with a few extra minutes to burn. So we added another minute of AMRAP Burpees OYO.  And thus broke the pattern of repetition.

COT:
Name-o-rama
Groundhog Day
Announcements & Prayers
Ball-of-Man

Groundhog Day, the movie, is a story of personal transformation. There are so many things in our lives that we have no control over. BUT, we can change ourselves and the way we see the world. We can improve ourselves physically, and push ourselves to do better each time we post. We can challenge ourselves to be better men, husbands, and fathers. And, of course, we can all work harder in our faith. F3 provides structure for that personal growth. You just have to acknowledge and embrace it. The alarm clock will go off again tomorrow morning. Greet it with determination every day. And I’ll see you in the gloom.

Shaggy

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