Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Re-colonizing the Slide


A solid six PAX got the week started right with a beatdown at The Punisher that went something like this:


Mosey to the front of the school for COP: Hammer Dance IC x20, Imperial Walker IC x20, Don Quixote IC x10, Walk-Out Merkin x10, M.C. American Hammer IC x10, American Hammer IC x10

Mosey to northeast corner for plerkins x20.  Mosey to northwest corner for another set of plerkins x20.

Mosey to the playground for AMRAP:  5 pull-ups, 10 WWII situps, 15 squats, then traverse the playground and plank for the six.  PAX completed 8 sets in 20 minutes, with some plank jacks, mountain climbers, and shoulder taps sprinkled in.

Mosey to the bus loop for catch-me-if-you-can.  One partner performs 15 dips then runs to catch the other partner, who is traversing the bus loop doing polar bears.  Mosey back to the flag for COT.

YHC figured that with school out and the hot temperatures, the playground equipment may not have its usual bacterial flora.  The PAX took care of that with dozens of trips through the tube during the AMRAP.  Maybe still not the usual flora, but flora nonetheless.

It was great to have Scrappy back out for his second post.  Look out, though, Dear Ol’ Dad is catching up.  Great job to all the PAX who pushed through the pull-ups and sit-ups, and even offered some self-critiques on form.

Toucan taught the PAX about heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers and advised that once you pull the trigger, just keep shooting.  It reminds me of his approach to a workout.


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  1. Solid work Offshore. After seeing you still able to do the pull-ups during the AMRAP, it became very clear why Cindy was chosen.