(04.07.21) Intention is 9/10ths of Beatdown

AO: > Lightning Rod

QIC: > Lumbergh

PAX: > Giggles, Herbie, Slash, Kiwi, Stray Cat, Danish


> The magnificent 7 got after it this morning, overcoming the gloom, humpday, only to come out better on the other side.

Warm Up (Circle of Pain)

  • Motivators x 10 count (3 rounds)
  • Windmill x 15 IC
  • Scissor Arm x 15 IC
  • Third Grade Exercise x 15 IC
  • Rotating Hillbillys x 15 IC
  • Slow High Knees x 15 IC
  • Butt Kickers x 15 IC
  • SSH x 15 IC


Split the PAX in two groups. 2 rounds of each (one round is start to finish and back to start)


  • Each group drops to plank
  • 10 Curls, pass the block to the next HIM


  • Each group drops to squat
  • 10 OH Press, pass the block to the next HIM

For ten minutes

  • Run from LR up sidewalk to street
  • 10 Merkins
  • Run sidewalk back to LR
  • 10 Burpees

Complete each exercise

  • 100 LBCs
  • 50 Mtn Climbers
  • 25 Squat Jumps


Finished on the 6

  • Small Flutter Kicks x 15 IC
  • Flutter Jacks x 15 IC
  • Big Flutter Kicks x 15 IC
  • Big Bois x 25 EC IC
  • Double Leg Raises x 20 EC IC
  • Dead Bugs x 20 IC
  • Big Bois x 25 EC IC


Intention is the engine that drives motivated teammates, and leaders must remain aware of the intentions they carry with their thoughts, actions and responses. Your mission statement establishes the framework for why everyone is doing their job, but intention is the meaningful fuel behind showing up and actualizing the mission. It deepens the teams understanding of how they fit within the group and its aims.

Intent-based leadership cultivates a culture and atmosphere where the men feel encouraged, valued and motivated to pursue their potential. The PAX extend their positive intent to one another, and this maximizes the energy of what this kind of leadership does. Those managed through intent-based leadership emerge motivated, inspired and prepared to take ownership of their potential, careers and actions.

> That’s a wrap, Lumbergh