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Always 70 and Sunny

You asked for it, you got it! Kettlebell!

  • When: 5/24/17
  • QIC: Wheelie
  • The PAX: Bucketmouth, Helix, The Carpenter, FNG(No Idea), Mudface, Opus, Wheelie

7 faithful climbed out of their fart sacks (some earlier than others) to take part in YHC’s Kettlebell VQ. FNG(No Idea) arrived 15 mins early asking YHC if this was the place for the workout. Yes, yes it is.

Mosey to the track behind the school.

Mumble chatter commenced as soon as we circled up. “Did you try to find the spot the drained the worst?” YHC answered, “No, but I am glad it worked out that way.”

COP (All IC)

  • SSH x10
  • WW2 Sit-ups x10
  • Merkins x10
  • Copperhead Squats x10
  • Arm Circles x10,5 and reverse x10,5


Pair up for B.O.M.B.S. 2 pairs and a trio did the following as teams:

  • 50 – Halos
  • 100 – Sit-up Presses
  • 150 – Goblet Squats
  • 200 – Shoulder Presses (alternate as needed)
  • 250 – Swings

4 Corners

1 abbreviated lap of 10 Double Lunges at each corner

Numberama, Namerama, Opus took us out.


Thoroughly (maybe justifiably) browbeaten into my second Q by Lab Rat, YHC responded by spending my night searching workouts and KB exercises.  YHC found a routine of similar to “Dora 1, 2, 3” called B.O.M.B.S. that uses 5 sets of exercises with ascending reps.  This seemed appropriately horrible, so YHC added it to the winke.

YHC asked if the PAX was familiar with B.O.M.B.S and Helix answered, “Yes, but not for KB.”  Ensuing mumble chatter distracted YHC, but we reviewed the plan 3 times and when the PAX was almost not confused we began.

This routine took even longer than YHC thought it would and we headed back to the parking lot and arrived with only 5 minutes to go. A simplified and abbreviated 4 corners was all time allowed.  Double lunges at each corner, right leg at corners 1 and 3, left leg at corners 2 and 4.

COT was predictably disorganized (I am sure comments will follow shortly), but the PAX assisted YHC and a F3 name was given to FNG (No Idea) and we wrapped up a little late.

Welcome, No Idea!

You asked for a Wheelie Q? You got it!


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  1. Proud to lead such a strong group today! Completed the entire set of BOMBS! Great commitment!

  2. Excellent Q, Wheelie. I will be feeling this for days to come. Welcome, No Idea. (Maybe we could combine the words and give it a Spanish pronunciation: Noidea (Noh-ee-day’-uh). Otherwise, I’m envisioning Abbot and Costello:

    Who’s that guy rockin’ the heavyweight kettlebell?

    No Idea.

    Really? I thought he came with you…

  3. Nice Q, Wheelie! No idea is the perfect name! Next you need to tackle a daville workout!!

  4. Great job stepping out front, Wheelie! I am happy to hear somebody still listens to me (most just tune me out at this point).

    Welcome to NoIdea…thats a great name and love the A & C reference.