Not a False Flag Operation – a 2nd Anniversary to remember at FreeState

DATE: 2022-09-24
AO: Freestate
Q: Winston
PAX: Deagle, Wildcat, Horshack, Forest, Caleb Hart (Quip), Novacaine FNGs: Brony, TigerLily, Birdman
hairy rockets
side skating
shoulder taps
mountain climbers
Michael Phelps
cherry pickers

Black diamond around the bases – 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 burpees
Burpicide 1-4 burpees on tennis court

Pax counts off 1-4
1s run around field and set the pace while:
Round 1-2s do balls to the wall, 3s do inline mirkins, 4s do box jumps Round 2-2s do peoples chair, 3s do decline mirkins, 4s do dips

Bear crawl / inch worm (Ricky Bobby style)

F – Flutters 20 IC
R – Reverse Crunches 20 IC
E – E2K 20 IC
E – just say no to the Elephant Walk

S – Sit ups 5 OYO
T- Toe (not heel) Touches
A – American Hammers – 15 IC
T – Travoltas – 10 each side IC
E – Easy leg lift Rosalitas 20 IC


– Adopt a Road comes back next week – please grab your middle and high schoolers who need SSL hours. Meet at the Sumner Starbucks at 8:30a and expected wrap up by 10:15a

– this week marks the 2nd anniversary of #freestate. One of the proudest aspects of this AO is the number of home countries the Pax represent. The flag display recognizes the many men, lives, and families positively impacted by F3 in the neighborhood. We come together at each workout and play a bigger game to create a better world.

– Prayers for the Humeau Family who lost their daughter Maya – a Whitman HS grad – in a climbing accident in Colorado. From her dad Thierry, a friend of Horshack…

“Our beloved daughter. Maya Humeau , died in a climbing accident on September 13. After rappelling down Black Wall near Mount Evans, she was preparing to ascend Cary Granite when she fell of the ledge.

Maya blossomed in Colorado. She immersed herself in the mountain lifestyle and pursued her love for climbing. She was studying biology at UC Boulder and was deeply passionate about ecology and the environment.

The many messages and calls we have received from her friends in the climbing and kayaking communities in Washington and Boulder remind us how much people loved her, and how much of an impact she had on everyone around her. She saw the beauty in nature and brought joy and life in everything she did. Your kind words, stories and happy memories of Maya will help sustain us through these hard times.

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