(03.06.21) AO Dosey Doe

AO: > LavaField

QIC: > Lumbergh

PAX: > Tater Tot, Andy, 2 Chainz, Cherokee, Samurai, Slash, Danish


Beautiful day at LF! 39 degrees to start, warmed up as the PAX got moving. Clouds parted and some bright orb popped out to greet us. Lot’s of mumblechatter today, PAX was awfully spicy…so we kicked up the effort level on the beatdown.

Warm Up (Circle of Pain)

  • 400m Mosey
  • Windmill x 20 IC
  • Imperial Walkers x 15 IC
  • Slow Squats x 15 IC
  • Monkey Humpers x 10 IC
  • Butt Kickers x 15 IC
  • SSH x 20 IC


> 4 stations of work (3 rounds of each w/ partner)

Station 1 (Stadium)

  • Frog Hop up stadium stairs + 10 Merkins EC, Mosey down back side of stadium to partner (Partner 1)
  • Single leg step ups till Partner returns (Partner 2)
  • After Partner 1 finishes, switch exercise
  • Each partner does 3 of each
  • Mosey to Station 2

Station 2 (Baseball Field)

  • Bear crawl up hill, 10 Decline Merkins EC, Bear Crawl down hill (Partner 1)
  • Coupon Curls (Partner 2)
  • After Partner 1 finishes, switch exercise
  • Each partner does 3 of each
  • Rifle carry to courtyard (other partner broad jumps alongside, switch half way)

Station 3 (Courtyard)

  • Murder Bunny to the end of the courtyard, 10 Incline Merkins EC, Murder Bunny back (Partner 1)
  • Squat (Partner 2)
  • After Partner 1 finishes, switch exercise
  • Each partner does 3 of each
  • Racked carry to track (switch half way to other partner, other partner Al Gore’s Through the Woods)

Station 4 (Track)Only completed on round due to time

  • Lunge Walk to 50 yard line, 10 Pull/Jump Ups EC, Run back (Partner 1)
  • Big Bois (Partner 2)
  • After Partner 1 finishes, switch exercise
  • Each partner does 4 of each
  • Mosey to endzone


  • Flutter Kicks x 15 IC
  • Flutter Jacks x 15 IC
  • Pickle Pounders x 10 IC
  • Pickle Draggers x 10 IC
  • Plank to finish


Men make history and not the other way around. In periods where there is no leadership, society stands still. Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better. —Harry S. Truman

A Shared Leadership Team requires Trust, Shared Virtue and mutual Competence between its Members

Trust is critical within a Shared Leadership Team (a SLT) because the decisions the Team makes will result in Outcomes that affect the larger Group. The SLT of a Community or Organization is ultimately responsible for the well-being of all its Members. As the proverb goes, for lack of guidance, a nation falls. If the SLT provides poor guidance the Group cannot Prosper. Knowing that, the Members of a SLT must have absolute Trust in each other’s motives and judgment. If they cannot rely on each other, the Group they serve cannot rely upon them.

Shared Virtue is unity in the Group’s Essentials. The Essentials are those Standards of moral excellence that cannot be compromised. Some Essentials are universal (in that they apply to all SLTs) while are others are specific (in that they are unique to a specific SLT).

The universal Essentials for all SLTs are F3’s Leadership Virtues:

  • Candor: graciously telling the hard Truth and demanding to hear it from others
  • Commitment: unwavering loyalty to the Group and unflinching determination to accomplish its Mission
  • Consistency: to be unchanging in nature, Standard or effect over time
  • Contentment: stability of emotion engendered by the Consistent pursuit of Joy rather than Happiness
  • Courage: setting aside fear to turn hardship into grace

Remember –> Plant, Serve, Grow.

> That’s a wrap, Lumbergh