Nineteen fans of 1980’s one hit wonders posted at No Toll to find out what was rad. 05:30. Time to strap on the fanny packs and go to work:
COP: Arm Circles x 10. SSHs x 20. Russian Soldiers x 10. Enough of that. Anymore and it would be more than a one hit wonder.
The Cult of Personality: 15 merkins + 15 2-count mountain climbers. 10 merkins + 10 2-count mountain climbers. 5 merkins + 5 2-count mountain climbers. Run to the end of field 1 and back. Rinse and repeat. AMRAP x 12 minutes.
The Cult of Personality: 15 SSHs + 15 Squats. 10 + 10. 5 + 5. Crab walk from the header of your parking space across the lot to the top of the next space. Bear crawl back. Rinse and repeat. AMRAP x 12 minutes.
The Cult of Personality: 15 Rosalitas + 15 Hello Dollies. 10 + 10. 5 + 5. Run to the end of the parking lot and back. Rinse and repeat. AMRAP x 12 minutes.
I Know Your Anger / I Know Your Dreams: Flutter kicks x 100
Back to the flag. YHC took us out.
Announcements: Handshake has the F3 softball shirts that Dr. Tryhard ordered, if you haven’t already picked yours up.
NMS: YHC is really enjoying the theme party this week. Today, we rolled out a little one hit wonder. No Hardywood, not Small Wonder. And not because there is video tape somewhere of me in the Kings Dominion recording studio cutting a music video to this song while in middle school, but because today’s workout was a cult of personality. You vs. you. Push yourself. Get after it on your own. That said, I’m guessing DK has a Living Colour singlet somewhere in his closet, probably beside his frog skin Oakley jacket.
“You don’t have to follow me / only you can set me free.”