Ten veterans and 1 FNG, who will not be named until later in this post, joined forces to a gloomy workout at No Toll.
Warmup – 20 SSH, 10 Don Q, 20 Flutter kicks
Mosey to left field. Twelve corners of Christmas. First lap – 1 burpee, 2 merkins, 3 WWII situps, 4 jumps squats. Plank until PAX finishes. Second lap – 5 burpees, 6 merkins, 7 WWII situps, 8 jump squats, plank. Third round – 9 burpees, 10 mekrins, 11 WWII situps, 12 jump squats. Plank. There were some pickle pounders in there during plank.
Line up on end line of field, Christmas blimp – 5 burpee broad jumps, 10 lunges, 15 bear crawls and 20 crab walks. run to other side, plank. Heals to heaven during plank. Repeat, circle back to the PAX six, and complete their blimp.
Mosey to parking lot.
Light the Mini-dora (Menorah) 80 Merkins, 80 two-count ball dippers, 80 poll smokers. Mountain climbers and additional poll smokers until PAX completed.
Christmas Check – jump ups on bleachers, step up on bleachers, run, triple check.
Backwards run to flag.
Great work as always PAX, good to see so many out on a brisk Tuesday morning. YHC might as well talk about the elephant in the room, the title to this workout. It very well may have been the longest naming ceremony in the history of F3RVA. The PAX just couldn’t put a pulse on our new FNG, YHC decided on Big Bear until the next topic of discussion arose concerning the Happy Hour event tomorrow at Triple Crossing Brewery. For those of you who don’t know, Triple Crossing’s flagship beer is called Falcon Smash, a delicious three hop IPA. Fortunately our good man Hardywood made a valiant effort to provide the name details of this IPA as McFalcon Crest. The rest is history, welcome McFalcon Crest.
Remember PAX we are an all-inclusive workout group, YHC felt with all the Christmas themes in the workout he should include some other holiday celebrations, such as lighting the menorah (mini-dora). Lots of mumble chatter this morning, spirits are high for holidays draw near. So much chatter YHC had to continually add exercises while planking, starting off with ‘putting your wee wee in the grass’ pickle pounders to thwart the chatterboxes.