LavaField Gasser

AO: > Lava Field

QIC: > Lumbergh

PAX: > Angus, Danish, Tater Tot, Cradle, FNG (WetBag)


> Ideal GLOOM day, 48 degrees and cloudy.

Warm Up (Circle of Pain)

  • SSH x 25
  • Windmill x 15
  • Scissor Arm x 15
  • SSH x 25
  • Slow High Knees x 15
  • Butt Kickers x 15
  • SSH x 25

Mosey 400 meters


Football Field Gassers:

  • Rifle Carry 10 yards and back
  • 10 Merkins
  • Rifle Carry 20 yards and back
  • 10 Merkins
  • Continue to 50 yards and back
  • 10 Merkins
  • Murder Bunnies 50 yards and back
  • 10 Merkins
  • Murder Bunnies 40 yards and back
  • 10 Merkins
  • Finish on 10 yards and 10 Merkins

If you stop, you owe 2 burpees. Run yards and back to finish (each circuit).

Carry Coupons to Stadium Stairs (3 Rounds).

  • 10 Block Curls
  • W/ Block, Snake Climb Stadium
  • 10 Racked Squats,
  • W/ Block, Snake Climb Stadium

Side Shuffle to 50 yard, switch direction side shuffle to end zone (2 Rounds)


> Finished on the 6, Flutter kicks x 15, LBCs x 15, Big Bois x 15, Hold Six inches x 15


> From the QSource (POSITIVE HABIT TRANSFER (Q2.4))

I’ve been discussing being Missional and serving a purpose. There are many steps to take to be on mission, often times it’s first identifying the desired mission (or assigned) then determining the path needed to prepare for said mission. With that, I want to talk about some key takeaways from the Positive Habit Transfer portion of the Q-Source.

“IMPACT is an acronym formed by the different aspects of what HIM does to achieve strong effect through forcible contact:

Influence: igniting a powerful desire for Movement
Missionality: Serving in the High Impact Zone
Positive Habit Transfer: ingraining Advantageous tendencies in others
Accountability: submitting to Standard through Enforcement and Consequence
Correction: zealously advocating for shared virtue
Targeting: initiating Missionality in others

Bad Habits are easy to slip into, but hard to break. Positive Habits are hard to develop, but easy to slip out of. If it were otherwise, people would simply replace their bad Habits with good ones without the help of anyone else. But it doesn’t work that way. Most people need forcible contact from another person in order to replace their negative Habits with positive ones. This help is best delivered in the form of the Positive Habit Transfer (PHT) .”

My goal here at the Saturday AO is to drive home the value proposition embedded in the Q-Source. We will be looking to establish Coffeeteria’s moving into 2021 and laying the bricks of leadership on you all.

Remember –> Plant, Serve, Grow.

Had an FNG in the midst, learned a lot about Ben (Virginia boy, learned up at Elon, favorite food steak, and his first job was baggin’ groceries at Martin’s. Funny story – but you gotta meet him to find out). Introducing, WetBag to the Nation!!

> That’s a wrap, Lumbergh