Those were the options given to YHC by Mudface and Rounders. YHC opted for beatdown, and accepted the guest Q.
The THANG: Mosey to the playground for COP: SSH, Helicopters, IWs, DQs, Carolina Dry Docks, Freddie Mercuries, Scorpion Kicks IC.
Mosey to the short track for some Jack Webbs: x Merkins and 4x Overhead Air Presses for x = 1,2,3,…,10. After x=3, 6, and 10, run a lap.
More Jack Webbs: x WWIIs and 4x Reverse Crunches. After x=3 and x=9, Lunge through a turn. After x=6 and x=10, Bear Crawl the straightaway.
Mosey to the other side of the playground for 4-man Partner Jerkins. Sets of 6, 8, and 10. After the each of the first two sets, Crawl Bear up the grassy knoll, 10 Donkey Kicks and jog back.
Mosey to the parking lot for COT.
Announcements: Prayers for Wild Thing and family. See the preblast for funeral arrangements for his M.
NMS: It was YHC’s first visit to the new Creek location. YHC parked so that the bus loop and entrance were visible, while Mudface and Rounders pulled into the rear entrance. At 5:29:30, as YHC was preparing for a solo beatdown, they approached and offered the BB title.
Mudface, a true Davillian, was thrown off by the large numbers involved with Jack Webbs, but kept pace with the PAX. Rounders remarked about all the different positions required by exercises: on the knees for Overhead Air Presses, on the back for Reverse Crunches, bending over for Bear Crawl, topped off with Partner Jerkins. Corned Beef was celebrated by the F3 PAX in his hometown of Roanoke for being named after a well-loved restaurant there. He returned with many ideas for a parking deck beatdown. PAX should consider themselves lucky that no AOs are near parking decks, at least for now.
You should have buzzed me Offshore !
Way to work guys..
Great workout Offshore and glad you made the trip to the Creek especially on a sunny and 70 day! CB