Copy/paste from an Excel list of exercises does not work well
Ctrl-Z to undo copy/paste clears the backblast form entirely
Cinders were on the menu since they are one of YHC’s Achilles heels. Four pre-runners joined 7 other pax for a total of 11. Disclaimer given and we were off.
Mosey around the parking lot then back to cinders/flag for:
Weed pickers x10
Arm circles x10
OH claps x10
Grabbed the cinders and traveled cross-country to the parking lot on the other side of the rec center where the board of pain awaited us.
A simple musical Dora this morning. Partner up and P1 does an exercise while P2 ‘travels’ using one of five different (and rotating) methods then flapjack. The exercise changed each time the song changed. It was ‘fun’ to transition from the exercise to the traveling depending on the combo (e.g. merkins to bear crawls was a delight).
Halos (modify to squats with coupon)
Bear crawl to brick building on left and run back
Crab walk to building then run back
Crawl bear to building then run back
Lunge walk to building then run back
Run to end of parking lot and back
Repeat from #1
Can’t Stop – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Kryptonite – 3 Doors Down
Self Esteem – The Offspring
Anthem for the Underdog – 12 Stones
Too Much Time on My Hands – Styx
Crumblin’ Down – John Mellencamp
American Woman – Lenny Kravitz
Bossa Nova Baby – Elvis Presley
We’re an American Band – Grand Funk Railroad
YHC had a 10th exercise and song (In the End – Linkin Park) planned but time was short. Moseyed back to the flag for one final exercise…the hand-release prison cell merkin burpee. After demonstrating this horrible exercise to the PAX we each did five on our own. Time was called.
Praises lifted up for Shrinkage’s friends who have conceived after many years of trying, for Wicka’s uncle recovering after successfully donating a kidney, for Tebow’s sister-in-law’s twin girls getting to come home after a few weeks in the NICU, for Dreamer’s daughter’s 3rd birthday, for Scratch-off’s new job, and for each of us having the ability to get up early, work hard and suffer together in fellowship.