Q: Wedding Singer
PAX: Anchor Man, CableGuy, citrus, Ice Tea, Lucius, Roadkill, Spokes, Undertow, Big Short FNGs: Nacho Libre from Chicago
WARMUP: SSH, Imperial Walker, Hillbilly, Michael Phelps, Itty Bitty Arm Circles, Downward Dog, Worlds Greatest Stretch
Run to Great Britain (far end of field)
Patrick was not born in Ireland. He was born in Great Britain around 385. His father was a deacon, but Patrick was not very religious.
10 Copperhead Squats
10 Plank jacks IC
When he was 16, Patrick was kidnapped by pirates.
Run to Ireland (near end of field)
Patrick was a slave in Ireland, where he cared for animals. During this time of solitude, he found God.
3 sets of escape exercises:
10 Mountain climbers IC
10 Lunges IC
10 Flutter kicks IC
Patrick had a vision where he received instructions on how to escape Ireland and find a ship back to Great Britain.
Run to Great Britain
Patrick studied religion back home and became a priest.
10 Jump Squat
10 Shoulder Taps IC
10 Big Boy Sit Ups
Another vision told him to return to England to become a missionary.
Run to Ireland
Patrick worked to convert the Irish to Christianity. He incorporated many of their pagan rituals, which included many elements of nature. The balance of the three-leaf clover was used to explain the Holy Trinity – and that’s why we did sets of 3 today.
3 sets of exercises adapted into the F3 culture:
10 Side Straddle Hop IC
10 American Hammers IC
Climbed the Irish Mountains: 30 step-ups on the bleachers
Big boy sit-ups, Superman’s, Nolan Ryan’s, bird dogs, bridges with leg lifts, LBCs, flutter kicks
ANNOUNCEMENTS: St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans workout on Thursday at several AOs
COT: I originally researched the St. Patrick story to use as a Sunday School lesson. It worked at F3 too. Do the extra work – you never know how far it will take you.