YHC couldn’t have been more surprised to wake up and find that it wasn’t raining than if he’d woken to find his head sewn to the carpet. 9 Faithful were greeted with a rather ungloomy spring morn for a total body beatdown. Here’s how it went down.
Mosey to basketball courts for warmup COP
- Russian Soldiers
- Copperhead Squats
- Burpees x 20
Mosey to restroom building
- People’s Chair
- Rows and Curls w/ Coupon
- Run to Far Speedbump and Back
Indian Polesmokers – line up on poles, feet at 6 inches, first PAX 5 polesmokers, run to end of line, next PAX and so on, repeat
Mosey back to basketball courts for various exercises across the court
- Inch Worm w/ Merkin, stop for intervals of back plank at free throw and mid-court
- Lunges, stop for intervals of 20x Jump Squats at free throw and baseline
- Sprint Over and Back
- Crossover Over and Back
- Backpedal Over and Back
Ring of Bear Crawl – PAX in plank position, one at a time PAX Bear Crawls around the outer side of circle back to starting position, next PAX goes, and so on.
Alabama Prom Dates x 20
Superman x 2
Burpees x 10
Mosey back to shovel flag
As the bell was about to ring, YHC was pleased to see DK coming in hot with a few seconds to spare making for equal triple check numbers, though a solution for being short a coupon had yet to be determined. Thanks to Jville for coming through with a Kettlebell.
True to form YHC stumbled out of the gate with a few COP counting mishaps. Accountants can’t count, that’s a known fact. There are machines for that.
YHC assumed because it was Tuesday and because the forecasts agreed, that the NoToll PAX could expect rain for this mid-April beatdown. To YHC’s pleasant surprise the rains had seemed to move on by start time and the PAX had a rather pleasant morning in store. Nevertheless YHC had planned accordingly and led the PAX through a workout designed to work all parts of the body while staying relatively dry. Mid Triple Check YHC noticed that the poles along the parking lot looked so inviting (that’s what she said) and decided the agreeable weather called for an audible. It seemed the PAX who had previously posted at Swirly’s famous Dogpile Polesmoker marathon had a moment of panic before realizing we only had enough poles for 2 rounds.
The Ring of Bear Crawl was met with a bit of grumbling and calls for a tighter circle. DK treated the PAX to an RVA F3 history lesson on the origin of exercises named after Wilson’s wife.
As YHC admitted not knowing how to start the song for Superman, DK commented that YHC was showing his age. That is not exactly true, YHC simply knows the George Costanza answering machine version better. Believe it or not George isn’t at home, please leave a message at the beep, I must be out or I’d pick up the phone, where could I be, believe it or not I’m not home.
It was an honor to step out front and lead for a second time. YHC appreciates the encouragement and welcomes constructive advice.
HDHH next Wednesday at Ellwood Thompson’s.
New AOs still need new Qs to lead.
May have missed one.