AXELSON

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Matthew Gene “Axe” Axelson (June 25, 1976 – June 28, 2005)[1] was an enlisted United States Navy SEAL who was awarded the U.S. Navy’s second highest decoration, the Navy Cross and the Purple Heart, for his actions during the War in Afghanistan. Serving as a sniper in the operation, Axelson was killed in action during the firefight phase of Operation Red Wings.

DATE: 27JULY21

WEATHER: SCATTERED SHOWERS AND HUMID, ALWAYS HUMID

QIC: JUNIOR VARSITY

PAX: MATER, SQUID (R), WOODRIDER (WELCOME), TUBBS, MINIVAN (R), GOOSE (R3), HARDHAT, SPAGHETTIO, AMBIEN (R), DEEP DISH (R) (WELCOME)

DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL.

WE ARE GOING TO DO BURPEES.

20 SSH

WE ARE DOING BURPEES IN SUPPORT OF COACH K, IT IS National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. ONE OF OUR PAX CANNOT SHARE THE TIME IN THE GLOOM WITH US AND WE ARE SUPPORTING IN A FRIENDLY COMPETITION. WHY BURPEES? WELL THEY ARE A GREAT WAY TO SHARE IN A SMALL AMOUNT OF SUFFERING WHILE REMEMBERING THAT THEY ARE MINISCULE IN COMPARISON TO MOST CHALLENGES.

5 MINUTES EMOM 10 BURPEES

MOSEY TO THE PAVILION DUE TO LIGHTING IN THE AREA

5 MINUTES EMOM 10 BURPEES

THE PAX WERE VERY EXCITED ABOUT THE CREATIVITY OF THE WORKOUT TODAY!

AS A BONUS WE MOSEYED TO THE BIG FIELD FOR A FEW MORE BURPEES WITH SUICIDES (OR INTERVALS OF WALKING)

SPRINT OUT AND BACK TO THE FIRST TREE, ABOUT 3M THEN 50 BURPEES

SPRINT OUT AND BACK TO CONE ABOUT 25M THEN 40 BURPEES

SPRINT OUT AND BACK TO NEXT CONE ABOUT 50M THEN 30 BURPEES

SPRINT OUT AND BACK TO NEXT CONE ABOUT 75M THEN 20 BURPEES

SPRINT FULL LENGTH OUT AND BACK AND FINISH WITH 10 BURPEES

SOME PAX GOT IN A FEW EXTRA WHILE SUPPORTING THE 6!

MOSEY TO THE SF

5 HAND RELEASE BURPEES

BREAK

5 DOUBLE HAND RELEASE BURPEES

TOTAL BURPEE COUNT W/OUT EXTRA WORK 260.

COT

GET TO THE CONVERGENCE ON SATURDAY! 630 BLUFFTON HIGH SCHOOL

WE GOT RAINED ON IN THE CIRCLE, BUT WE WERE ALL DRENCHED ANYWAY. THANKS BE TO GOD FOR GIVING US THE STRENGHT TO SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER.

SYITG,

JV

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