(11.08.21) – Parking Lot Pounder

AO: Lightning Rod

QIC: Lumbergh

PAX: Bob Evans, Walkman, Steamy Nix, Free Lunch, Kiwi, Samurai


Steamy cold morning! First beatdown of the fall in the 30s.

Warm up

  • SSH x 20 IC
  • Imperial Walkers x 10 IC
  • 3rd Grade Exercise x 10 IC
  • Monkey Humpers x 10 IC
  • Scissor Arms x 10 IC
  • Halos x 10 IC

The Thang

Mosey to the parking lot by the stadium with coupon

  • Start at the top of the lot
  • 5 curls, 5 squats, 5 OH presses, 5 Block up leg raises
  • Run to the bottom
  • 5 burpees
  • Run back to the top, add 5 reps (each round)
  • Repeat (top of the ladder is 5 rounds, then begin dropping 5 reps each round)

Mosey to the Lightning Rod


  • 20 Dead Bugs x IC
  • 10 Outlaws x IC (both directions)
  • LBCs x 20 IC
  • CBLs x 20 (reverse crunch)
  • 10 American Hammers x IC


Disturbance To The Status-quo

Leaders influence movement to advantage

A leader is a person who can influence people to do things that they would not have done otherwise. Put another way, but for the influence of the leader, the things done by his followers would not happen. The leader is the agent, the impetus and the proximate cause of his followers’ movement toward the doing of those specific things that he identifies as advantageous. Without him, they would remain static and focused on maintaining the status quo. In the heart of man inertia will reign–absent a Disruption .

The connection between movement and leadership is critical because it presupposes a need for action, a recognition by the leader himself that the status quo is something less advantageous than some other place, a location the leader visualizes and then articulates to his followers. Only then can the leader begin to persuade them to follow him to the new place. He must describe it to them first because people will only overcome their inertia and follow someone if they believe that he knows where he is going. They won’t leave the known for the unknown, no matter how charismatic the leader is.

That’s a wrap


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