4 strong broke from the fartsack and didn’t let the forecast for rain deter them from posting for a beatdown. For day 3 of Gumbo’s Q week, YHC brought back a bunch of basics (aka “adding the veggies”) for gold old hump day beatdown. It went a little something like this:
Mosey to the tennis courts to start things off with some tennis court tracers across the 4 courts (making Lab Rat proud). Stop at each end for 25 Donkey Kicks OYO.
Circle up for some COP — DQs, Hillbillies, SSHs, Crab Cakes, LBCs, Merkins
11s – box cutters and WWIIs with a run across the 4 courts in between sets
Mosey over to hill by tennis courts for the Triple Nickel as an ode to LugNut – 5 Bobby Hurley’s (slap the floor and jump squats), backwards run up the hill to the fence, perform 5 Moses Malone’s at the fence, then run (forward) back down the hill. Repeat 5 times.
Mosey to bus loop for Catch your Partner – one PAX bear crawls while the his partner runs the opposite direction. Flapjack when you meet your partner – 2 rounds.
Mosey to the school for a minute of BTTW.
Quad Check – People’s chair, Flutter Kicks, Jump Squats and Run to the tree and back — as many rotations as we can until time is up.
COT – number-rama, name-a-rama and YHC took us out.
YHC rolled over unprovoked at 4:43 a.m. this morning and was ready to go. Day 3 of Gumbo week, time to get over the hump. The Wilson-Honeymoon clown truck rolled in, followed closely by DK and the PAX was set. Mumblechatter (coming out of both ends) was high this morning and the intermittent periods of wind and rain provided some extra challenges. But the PAX pushed through. DK crushed the 11s, leaving the rest of us in the dust. Wilson was none to happy with YHC’s design of the catch your partner and voiced his frustration calling it a bear craw to no-where. As punishment he left his ape-style bearcrawl hops in the truck and wouldn’t entertain the PAX with his gracefulness. Honeymoon pushed through a head cold, but the BTTW proved to be too much pressure so a you v. you audible had to be called. All in all, a great morning and a great start to the day. Thanks for helping YHC build the pot of Gumbo this morning men. I appreciate the effort and fellowship. Thanks for letting me lead.
No more Gumbo for you…until the Circus!