A PAX of 11 posted at SOT to help YHC begin his final year of hate. Here’s what went down:
Very long mosey along the trails behind MMS to the loop around Loch Lothian (the pond/lake at Midlothian Mines Park).
Love (Half) Loop
Partner up. Partner 1 runs to amphitheater area (about 0.3 miles away) and back while partner 2 does forward crab walks, box jump burpees, and bear crawl. Keep alternating and repeating until the end is reached.
Run the rest of the loop and return to MMS. Plank-o-rama for the six.
11s – Merkins and WWIIs
A couple weeks ago, Bullseye made use of a really nice hill by the track. Can’t let something like that go to waste. …Perform 10 merkins at the bottom of the hill, run up the hill, 1 WWII situp, run back down the hill, and repeat with 9 merkins, 2 WWIIs….you guys know the drill.
Mosey back to the parking lot.
Numbers, names, announcements, and YHC took us out.
HDHH today – 6pm Palani Drive
Early risers on Saturday – 4am or something crazy like that
No excuses workout on Saturday – 7am at DaVille
Puppy Pile last Saturday in June
YHC is feeling blessed today. Although a bit muggy, it was a beautiful morning and a great way to begin YHCs 39th birthday.
Thanks gents for indulging me this morning. YHC thought it was time to take the PAX on a field trip via the trails behind MMS. The loop around the pond at Midlothian Mines park is about 0.58 miles and YHC had intended to do the “Love Loop” all the way around (with two different sets of 3 exercises). That was perhaps a bit ambitious and so an audible was called after the first round to the amphitheater/pump/pulley/whatever. Aside from the goose excrement, YHC thought it was a rather scenic morning.
Thanks again to Bullseye for introducing the PAX to that hill at the MMS track (can’t believe it hadn’t been used before). Phonics and Flange destroyed the 11s.
Great to have Phonics and Opus out this morning on the summer tour.
Also great to meet Hacksaw who posted today for his first bootcamp after posting on Sunday for Off the Books. Way to push today!
Thanks to Flange (also on the summer tour) for making his first trip to SOT for YHCs Q.
Well done fellas! As always, it was privilege to lead this morning.
Make today a good one…and as Tim McGraw says “always be humble and kind”.