Weather: 57 degrees  and foggy


  1. Nomad
  2. Beater
  3. Cornwallis
  4. Maize
  5. Beefsteak
  6. Strudel – FNG
  7. State
  8. Groupie
  9. DC
  10. Zamboni
  11. Khaki
  12. PVC
  13. Cosmo
  14. Motorboat
  15. Woodchuck
  16. Headlock
  17. Logger


  • We’re not professionals.
  • We don’t know your fitness level.
  • F3/North View Church isn’t liable.
  • Dangerous ground.
  • Modify.

Warm Up

  • 20 – SSH
  • 10 – Kick w/twist
  • 10 – Weedpickers
  • 20 – Seal Jacks
  • 10 – Windmills


Mosey to the parking lot. We partnered up for Merican Hi-fives. Little did everyone know, we were creating our teams. Those on the Southside of the line are Team Headlock. Those on the Northside of the line are team Nomad.

Mosey towards the pole barn

  • 20 – Mericans (aka Woodchucks)
  • 20 – Kettle Bell Swings
  • 20 – CPR (Curl, Press, triRaise)
  • Uphill Rock Push

Mosey towards the pole Barn

  • Wall sit and hold. Then…
  • Overhead clap
  • Cherry Pickers
  • Moroccan Nightclub

Circle up for 10 more “Woodchucks”

Mosey to picnic tables. We got on opposite sides and then pushed for 2 rounds. Then mosey’d to the bridge for pull

Mosey down the hill on the South side of campus.

  • 10 – Woodchucks
  • 20 – Imperial Squat Walker

Sprint up the hill.

  • 10 – Woodchucks
  • 10 – Deadsquats
  • Sprinters Duel (alternate positions then change partners and repeat)


  • 20 – Crunchy Frog
  • 20 – LBC
  • 20 – Low Dolly
  • 10 – Heal Touches
  • 10 – High Dolly

Recover Recover


Today the lines were drawn and the battle preparations have begun. On May 30th we will have the Battle of Headlock and Nomad. The battle challenges will require Strength, Endurance, and Speed.

The workout we did today has some clues as to what the battle challenges will be. I’ll provide more clues as the month progresses. Its time to up your game if you want to win.

For any PAX that wasn’t there, we’ll add you to a team – I’ve got a plan for that. If you EH (emotional headlock – get someone to show up to F3) anyone they are automatically on your team. If your team has more people, the depth will help in the battle challenges.

Most importantly, we are also sending off Woodchuck for hopefully less than 13 months. We will be thinking of you and look forward to your return. You know we all have your back – if you need us to do anything here we’ve got you covered. Take care!

It was a pleasure! Thank you men.

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