Fourteen Pax and a beach Sandcrab posted for a Labor Day beat down on the beach…a little historical perspective on Labor Day.
the height of the industrial revolution, the average American was working 12 hours a day, 7 days a week…despite restrictions, children as young as 5 or 6 worked in factories, mills and mines across the country
In June of 1894, the American railroad union called for a boycott of all Pullman railway cars,crippling traffic nationwide. The fed govt dispatched troops to Chicago, unleashing riots and resulting in the deaths of a dozen workers..
On the 28th of June, Grover Cleveland passed the law to establish Labor Day…
In addition to our freedom from other countries , we have been given the freedom to work as much or as little as we would like. So let’s work out as hard as we can today and honor all of those who have come before us…
SSH•15 MP•15 LBAC F/B •15 Reacher•10 Flutter Kick•10 Spider-Man stretch•10 little baby flutter crunches
Flying Nun= walking lunge with lbac
Grab the flag. Mosey to beach…
Foxhole. 2 WWI sit ups. Roll and do a merkin • 10
Cone to cone. Run or bear crawl. Soft sand to surf…
BIG BOI SIT Ups 100
Triple check. Air chair plank. Run to flag100 yds
10 burpees for Gecko’s inability to pay close attention to the Q.
Mosey back to the park…
Couple of events coming up. 9-11 and the 1000 step ups. Pay attention to the announcements on Slack..
Great to see some of you downtowners and nocateeans at Poseidon. Thanks for letting me lead.