PAX (12): aflac, Cliff - Chris Noto, corky, Gutterball, Matt Shields-Norm, Raider, rip, Rooney- timlonergan, Scratch-Off, Tubbs, Yankee, Nutmeg
As it was the first day of school for Fulton county, YHC first thought of the routine Billy Madison. That seemed to predictable, so went back in time to popular subject areas from elementary and high school. A little bit of pre-setup was called for in the Roswell North parking lot.
There are 175 school days in the Fulton county school calendary.
Decomposed 175 as follows
15 Mountain climbers
7 Forward / Reverse Arm circles
Thing 1: Bear crawl up the long ramp that leads up from the playground to the side parking lot by the school.
Thing 2: Setup 6 stations in the parking lot. Broke into smaller groups of PAX and rotated to next station every 2 min. Played some old school tunes in the background.
Station 1: Sight Words
Using a cinder block coupon, spell out the sight words in the air.
Play, See, Where, Look, Said
Station 2: World Geography
A large world map was spread out on the parking lot. Each PAX tossed a lighted badminton shuttlecock on the map. The PAX then used the first letter of the country it landed on to look up the corresponding exercise.
American Hammers (single)
Big Boy Situps
Elbow Planks (Alt. arms)
Flutter Kicks (single)
Uppercuts (each arm)
X-crunches (each arm)
Y-arm raises (superman)
Zombie Crunch (each side)
Station 3: Math
PAX tossed two die.
Add two die together for number of Merkins
Multiply two die together for number of Squats
Station 4: GA Geography
There are 5 geographical regions in Georgia. PAX worked corresponding exercise for each region. Rinse and repeat
Blue Ridge Stone Mountains
Plateau Plank Jacks
Piedmont Peter Parkers
Station 5: Oppenheimer T-bombs
PAX learned a little bit of the physics of nuclear fission. Using bowling ball, PAX tried to split as many atoms as possible. Count the atoms left unsplit (still standing) and do the number of T-bombs.
Station 6: Periodic Table
With a large shower curtain that had the periodic table (you can find anything on Amazon), PAX rolled two dice and combined the two numbers to get the atomic number. PAX then used the atomic number to lookup the element on the Periodic table and find out its type below for the corresponding exercise with coupon.
Alkali metal – 10 curls
Alkaline Earth – 10 skull crushers
Basic metal – 10 rows
Halogen / Noble Gas – 10 Halos
Non Metal – 10 Overhead Press
Lanthanide – 10 Halos
Actinide – 10 Rows
Semi Metal – 10 Curls
Transition Metal – 10 Skull Crushers
Others – 10 Overhead press
Finished stations right before parents started coming into the parking lot, and headed to the flag.