A rock-solid team of 14 stormed the Atlee High School parking lot and fired up an early morning carnival that went something like this…
Mosey across the parking lot, around the greenhouse and back to the parking lot.
COP All IC – 50 SSHs, 10 hand-release merkins (HRMs), 50 LBCs, 10 HRMs, 25 imperial walkers, 10 HRMs, 10 don quixotes, 10 HRMs, arm circles, 10 HRMs
Mosey to the sidewalk near school entrance
Triple check – with the following three exercises (1) run around the green house (2) heels to heaven (3) dips with a bear crawl from (2) to (3)
Slow mosey to the school entrance door and smile for the security camera
Little DORA – Partner up, one partner runs the perimeter of the school parking lot while the other exercises. Cumulative exercises for 50 HRMs, 100 WWII situps, 150 two-count mountain climbers.
Mosey to the flag.
All IC – 20 American hammers, 20 freddie mercuries, superman, 10 alabama prom dates
Numberama, Namerama, Announcements, YHC took us out
The Mechanicsville PAX is starting to re-engage and a strong team of both core participants and new guys showed up to play this morning.
Lab Rat drove into the parking lot at 5:31 and the PAX took off running. YHC already had in mind to circle the green house and that doubled as a way to trick Lab Rat (and Yard Sale) about our location. They caught on quickly and joined us for the COP.
As expected, Emoji was super elated when Don Quixotes were called and he exclaimed, “MY FAVORITE!” The hand-release merkins didn’t seem to be the favorites for the PAX however. They provide a solid way to warm up and get the blood pumping.
YHC kept everything “local” in the Atlee High School parking lot and entrance in order to create an efficient workout. YHC didn’t want to waste any time. Spike didn’t waste any time in his sprints around the parking lot. Lab Rat was right behind him. The whole PAX gave 100% both in terms of effort and GAS (“the 4th F” according to Mudface). We may need to hand out gas masks along with gloves for future workouts…
It is always an honor to lead and this morning was no exception.