3 warriors ventured into the gloom at 0530 at Twin Team to navigate an absolutely gorgeous 70 and sunny morning in RVA. At 0533 2 additional men followed suit to join the triad and expand the PAX to 5 for an action packed hot potato Q at Twin Team.
Here is what YHC thinks went down:
Mouse Trap Q
Mosey around bus loop and back to parking lot to begin COP
- Arm circles forward x 10
- Don Quixote x 11
- Russian Soldiers x 12
Pass Q to Loose Goose
Mosey to baseball field at Bettie Weaver
- Corner 1 – 10 Merkins
- Corner 2 – 15 WWIIs
- Corner 3 – 20 Squats
- Corner 4 – 25 Lil’ Baby Crunches
- Repeato adding 5 additional reps per corner
Pass the Q to Oyster
Mosey to Left Field line of Baseball Field
- Sprint to end of the field
- Mosey Back
- Repeato x 3
- Note: On 2nd mosey was reversed (marmaduke style)
Pass the Q to Tobit
Mosey to the Swamp and to the football field (w. sprinklers on)
Quarter Pounder Swamp Style
- Crab Walk Forward 25 yards
- Bear Walk Forward 25 yards
- Broad Jump 25 yards
- Crab Walk backward 25 yards
Pass the Q to McRib
Mosey up to the Bettie Weaver playground
The 6 Pack
- 5 pull ups followed by 1 Squat
- 4 pull ups followed by 2 Squats
Plank and wait for the six
Mosey to the front bus loop
- Grab a curb and perform 1 merkin then bear crawl across to opposite side and perform 2 merkins
- Repeat up to 5 merkins and then back down to 1
Mosey back to the flag for Mary
- LBCs x 20
- APDs x 20
- Burpee Shuffle
- Merkin Ring of Fire
- Puppy pile Saturday June 29
- No Excuses June 22
- Something else really early on June 22
YHC took us out
It was a great morning to be out in the gloom. YHC got a little bit of a late start and arrived to the AO at the exact same time as Loose Goose. Luckily for us the PAX was in the same parking lot getting started on a good hot potato Q.
Mouse Trap kicked it off pretty well with some COP exercises. YHC arrived right at the tail end of arm circles, just as the Pax was about to go into Don Quixote. Apparently, Mouse Trap had the record player on the wrong setting as the initial cadence for DQ was at neck breaking speed. Luckily an adjustment was made and a comfortable DQ rhythm was settled on.
Loose Goose had only been on the premises approximately 120 seconds when the Q was handed over. Upon leading the Pax into Four Corners LG was mentioning an epic 4 corners led by LugNut at No Toll, which coincidentally reminded YHC of a legendary 4 corners told that LugNut led at Source of Truth. YHC hasn’t had the pleasure of partaking in a LugNut 4 corners, but legend holds that he has mastered the art of it. YHC was also surprised at how dry the grass was on the fields of TT, which was evidence of the absolutely perfect weather this AM. Certainly a nice transition from the muggy conditions recently.
Next, the PAX was thankful to Oyster for pushing us to stretch our legs and try to improve on our speed work. YHC has sprinted alongside Oyster a number of times and am always surprised by his quickness and sprinting ability. He and Tobit were working hard to outpace each other on each interval. Great job pushing each other fellas!
A Twin Team workout is always extra fun when you can take a tour of the Swamp (JRHS Football Stadium). It’s especially a treat when the sprinklers are on and the field is nice and wet. That made for some challenging crab walks and bear crawls, as much of the pax got sprawled as our hands and feet slipped across the field. During said crab walk, YHC took a spill on the wet field and got to deal with wet butt for the rest of the morning. On that note….crab walks are a beast for YHC and that’s twice this week that Tobit has brought that pain to SOJ. Kudos to Tobit for bringing that out again today at TT.
YHC has not Qd a workout in quite some time and it felt great to take that honor for part of this morning and finish us out with some good upper body focus with the 6 pack and curb crawls. Those curb crawls were tough and YHC could barely hold up arms for the TD Al Gore.
Thank you to all the PAX that came and led a great Q this AM. YHC is humbled to be a part of this great group of men and to be able to help lead from time to time.
Til Next Time!