ZigZag Tour of the AO

8 men set out in the cooler, gloomier dawn for a little tour of the Highlands AO.

The Thang:
=>Follow the leader zigzagging through bike racks, poles, trees and yellow car barricades

=>Pick up some speed and stop in the middle school parking lot

Line drills

  • Pick a line and select a partner/competitor next to you
  • Run down right side of line and touch curb, run back up, run down left side of line and touch curb, run back up (5 curb touches)
  • Run down right side of line and touch curb, backpedal back up, run down left side of line and touch curb, backpedal back up (5 curb touches)
  • Shuffle down right side of line and touch curb, shuffle back up, shuffle down left side of line and touch curb, shuffle back up (5 curb touches)
  • Repeato

=>Mosey to hill

Partner Hill Sprint Relays

  • Partner 1 sprints up hill and back down, Partner 2 planks until Partner 1 returns
  • Switch=> Partner 2 sprints up hill and back down, Partner 1 planks until Partner 2 returns
  • Repeato

=>Mosey to track

Partner Track Relays

  • Partner 1 runs 400 meters, partner 2 runs 400 meters when Partner 1 returns
  • Partner 1 runs 200 meters, partner 2 runs 200 meters when Partner 1 returns
  • Partner 1 runs 100 meters, partner 2 runs 100 meters when Partner 1 returns
    >>Audible<<
  • Everybody runs 100 meter sprint together

=>Mosey to bus lot

Partner Suicides

  • Partner 1 runs to first bball goal and back, Partner 2 runs to first bball goal and back when Partner 1 returns
  • Partner 1 runs to second bball goal and back, Partner 2 runs to second bball goal and back when Partner 1 returns
  • Partner 1 runs to last bball goal and back, Partner 2 runs to last bball goal and back when Partner 1 returns
  • One more just going to last bball goal and back alternating partners
  • Finish with individual suicide

COT and Ball-of-Man

Nap

Moleskin:

  1. As always, I enjoyed leading this group of men.  You gave it your all today.
  2. Well, I chowderized a few of the instructions again.  And, again, it worked when tested on my 2.0s.  Thanks to Cincinnati Moeller High’s finest, Octane, for keeping me straight on track starts and finishes.
  3. @Stoli – Thanks for your suggestions too.  That guy loves some competition and he always brings it.  I’m not sure where he gets that extra energy.  It’s like he’s a video game with a “boost” button.
  4. @Co-ed – Great partner and competitor today.
  5. @Chavez – Some heavy feet, but they sure move fast.
  6. @Pax – Way to move around the AO and stay with me.  I saw you all hunched over and breathing heavy, but on “go” you didn’t hesitate.

Godspeed
-Pavarotti