WWII Fitness Test

DATE: 2021-11-29
AO: Farm
Q: Chile
PAX: Infinity, Matthew – Running Man
FNGs: None
Grady Corn
Beet Pickers
Calf Raises
Willie Mays Hayes
Imperial walkers

WWII Workout (Modified version of WWII Fitness Test)
Round 1 – Bent Over Rows (20 seconds)
Round 2 – Squat Jumps (20 seconds)
Round 3 – Push Ups (20 seconds)
Round 4 – Big Boy Situps (20 seconds)
Round 5 – Military Press with coupon (20 seconds)
Round 6 – Squat Thrusts (20 seconds)
Round 7 – Coupon Swings (20 seconds)
Round 8 – Curls (20 seconds)
Run across field between sets

Penguin Crunches
Australian Snow Angels
Doggy Paddle
Glute Bridges
American Hammers


Next week we commemorate the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.

Story of Joseph Leon George
Petty Officer First Class Joseph Leon George was 26 years old on December 7, 1941. At the time of the attack, he was a crew member aboard the USS Vestal, a repair ship moored right next to the USS Arizona.

Following the massive explosion on the USS Arizona, six sailors were trapped in the control tower on the Arizona’s main mast, kept there by the fires raging below. Already badly burned, they searched for a way to escape the ship.

Joe George spotted them from the USS Vestal and threw them a line, in spite of being ordered to cut the line between the Vestal and the sinking Arizona. Climbing hand over hand across the rope, all six sailors made it across alive. One would die a few weeks later from his injuries, but the rest survived.

George passed away in 1996, never officially recognized for his heroic actions. But in 2017, the United States Navy finally authorized the posthumous award of a combat medal to Joe George.

“Pearl Harbor remains a symbol of American resilience and resolve, and we pray for all those that have served and continue to serve in our military. May we never forget their bravery and sacrifice.” – Jim Justice (Gov. of West Virginia)

WWII Fitness Test Score Card

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