Hump/Rump/Dump/Chump BC

AO: The Ridge

When: 03/04/2021

PAX:

Number of Pax: 16

Pax Names: Beatbox, Bedpan, Bone Spur, Foundation, Gopher, Joe Dirt, Morticia, Pawn Star, Sheldon, Shooter Mcgavin, SkidMark, Tourniquet,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Toby


The BackBlast:

Got to AO at 4:35 to check out conditions and do a little EC action with Foundation/Bone Spur/Tourniquet…. Great morning from a weather standpoint… Little wind and crisp 30 degree weather..

WoR

20 SSH

10 Tappy Tapparoos

20 SSH

10 Good Mornings

20 SSH

60 seconds OYO stretch

THANG

PAX grabbed coupons and ran to base of hill.

2 groups formed and did an absolutely awful indian run to the football field and back (Maybe one of the worst indian runs of all time…brutal)

PAX returned to the base of the hill where we did 30 coupon curls, 7 burpees and 30 air squats.

Each PAX ran up the hill, over the hill, back up the hill and returned to base to rinse and repeat exercises. Halfway through, we met at the top of the hill to do monkey humpers (yes, monkey humpers).Β  Only 30 so I didnt have to hear Tourniquet pitch a fit πŸ™‚

We rinsed and repeated until 5:53 where we returned to the flags for 6MoM

Heal Taps

American Hammers

LBC’s

Plank until 0600

COT

Matthew McConaughey Speech at University of Houston

Number 12. Give your obstacles credit. You know those No Fear T-shirts that were out. I don’t know. Maybe you used to wear them 10 years ago, No Fear. You may remember those or is it just me? I saw them everywhere. All right. I don’t get them and I never did. I mean, I try to scare myself at least once a day. I mean, I get butterflies every morning before I go to work. I was nervous before I got here to speak tonight. I think fear is a good thing. Now, why? Because it increases our need to overcome that fear. Say your obstacle is fear of rejection. You want to ask her out or you want to ask him out, but you fear that he or she may say no. You want to ask your boss for that promotion, but you’re scared he’s going to think you’re overstepping your bounds.

Well, instead of denying those fears, declare them. Say the fear out loud, admit it, give them the credit they deserve. Don’t get all macho, and act like they’re no big deal. And don’t get paralyzed by denying that they exist and therefore abandoning your need overcome them. I mean, I I’d even subscribe to believe that we’re all destined to have to do the thing that we fear the most anyway, at some point. So give your obstacles credit and you will, one, find the courage to overcome them. Or you will two, see more clearly that they’re not really worth prevailing over. So be brave, have courage. And when you do, you get stronger, you get more aware, you get more respectful of yourself, and that which you fear.

STOP LYING… You are scared

Being afraid is totally ok

Moving from Procrastination to Action

Trigger Action

TRY IT…

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