A hearty group of 15 showed on a beautiful 73 degree morning for the next installment of Tuckahoe Takeover. The City had rolled out the red carpet by mowing the fields. With my collar dutifully popped on my pink polo shirt, we ran into the gloom. Here’s what went down:
10 Don Quixote
10/5 arm circles, reverso
11 imperial walkers
35 lbcs on your own.
Mosey to the field in front of the Carillon for a Lucky Horseshoe
Lap 1: merkins x 20
Lap 2: merkins x 20, squats x 20
Lap 3: merkins x20, Squats x 20, Scorpion Drydocks x 20
Lap 4: Merkins x 20, Squats x 20, Scorpion Drydocks x 20, WWII situps x 20
Lap 5: Merkins x 20, Squats x 20, Scorpion Drydocks x 20, WWII situps x 20, Lunges x 20
Lap 6: Squats x 20, Scorpion Drydocks x 20, WWII situps x 20, Lunges x 20
Lap 7: Scorpion Drydocks x 20, WWII situps x 20, Lunges x 20
Lap 8: WWII x 20, Lunges x 20
Lap 9: Lunges x 20
Lap 10: Victory Lap
To YHC’s great pleasure and surprise, the PAX crushed the Horseshoe with time to spare, so we ran to the rusty cage (not the birdcage – thanks Splinter) for two laps around the pull up bars.
Back to the flag for numberama, nameorama and TYA took us out.
This was YHC’s VQ at WDog and the adrenaline was pumping. The PAX twitter vote meant a morning with the Lucky Horseshoe. This was also YHC’s first Horseshoe, so much time was spent reviewing the Library of Backblasts and asking Honeydo for advice. This was the quietest WDog YHC has experienced, likely due in honor of the Horseshoe.
Today – Tuckahoe running tour at 5:30 starting at Kuba Kuba Dos, followed by a HDHH.
Convergence Saturday at Gridiron.