Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Grab the Zima, it’s party time!


10 studs from south of the river, including an FNG, got together for another epic Rock N Roll beatdown. The running was minimal, but we maxed out on 1990’s pop culture references. The following is a brief summary for your viewing pleasure:

Walking warm-up that included Helicopters, Arm Circles, Ukranian Soldiers, Hoppin’ Hillbillies, High Knees, Butt-Kicks, Karaoke x 2. Mixed in some Hand Release Merkins and LBC’s.

Exercise One: Mosey to flag for coupon retrieval.

Circuit with various exercises. One man lunge walks halfway around the circle, then runs. Rotate to the next station.
Exercises included: Sumo Squats with big kettle bell, Upright row with kettle bell, WWII sit ups w/medicine ball, Derkins, Jerkins, Burpees, Dips, Jump Squats, Flutter Kicks. Everyone did each station.

Mosey to the basketball court for Jumping Herpes – out and back.

To the baseball field: Partner up. One man runs to 1st base for 20 Merkins and back. Partner does pole smokers. Repeato to second and third base.

In the back parking lot: Bear Crawl to the sign.

To the lower baseball field. Same pattern as above, but at the bases do 20 WWII sit-ups. Partner does Heels to Heaven.

Monkey Humper Ring of Fire w/10 Merkins each.

Lt. Dan Walk back to home plate. Did some planking.

Mosey back to the flag for 1 minute of Apple Bottom Poppers.


Hardywood took us out with some inspirational words.

Final thoughts: Great work by all of the PAX today. Welcome House Party! He lives in the area and had been working out solo at the park. Florence talked to him about our group last week. Also, shout out to Floppy Disk for posting on consecutive weeks. Wild mumble chatter today, including a Zima reference that inspired my backblast title. For additional insight on this workout, check out Last Call’s MySpace page.

Have a great Easter!


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  1. Great BB Lol. Another Chaplain beatdown Q didn’t disappoint. Can always count on you to use every last second of a Q for punishment.