Next Man Up

Seven PAX entered the gloom on a surprisingly mild and rain-free Saturday…

WARM-UP:

  • Mosey to ASEC backlot, circle up, SSH x 25
  • Mosey to ASEC upper lot, circle up, Cotton pickers x 15
  • Mosey to rehab center backlot, circle up, Mountain climbers x 20
  • Mosey to hospital lot, circle up, Walkout merkens x 10
  • Mosey to Hill 218

THE THANG:

  • Bear crawl up, reverse bear crawl down
  • Bear crawl up, crabwalk down
  • Bear crawl up, forward bear crawl down
  • Line up single file at the base of the hill, each man takes turns sprinting to the top then returns to the back of the line.  Keep rotating until each man does five ascensions.
  • REPEATO where each man does four ascensions
  • REPEATO where each man does three ascensions
  • Mosey to the ASEC lower lot:
    • Jack Webbs, progressively raising the reps from 1 merken / 2 air presses to 9 merkens / 18 air presses
  • Mosey to Mary

MARY:

  • LBCs x 25
  • In-and-outs w/ hold for 2 minutes
  • Alternating scissor kicks for 2 minutes

MOLESKIN:

Very lively group today.  In case you haven’t noticed yet, Catfish is a prolific talker.  Prolific may not be the best descriptor, more like non-stop, ceaseless, incessant conversationalist, no matter how intense the workout may get.  I kept wondering how anyone could talk so much while doing intermittent hill sprints, but apparently this is his coping mechanism when trying to overcome the pain.  It seemed to have the desired effect for the entire PAX this morning.

Big welcome to our two FNGs, Marc Hurlbut (henceforth Ma Bell) and Curtis Grant (now known as the Bronx Bomber).

Also those of you who skipped coffee this morning missed a real treat as Liger regaled us with war stories from his SEC football playing days.  I bet none of you ever heard about the time an FSU fan tried to take a leak on the Auburn bus and Pat Dye pulled a Gordie Howe on him.

Finally keep in mind that Indiana will be leading the El Dorado workout on Monday morning (wheels up at 0515).  If you’re interested in giving this AO a tryout, this will be a great opportunity.  For those who choose to, let’s all plan to meet at ASEC at 0445 Monday morning and we’ll carpool/caravan down to the University area.

As always, thanks to those of you who made it out today.  It’s a pleasure to be your Q.

Exit 54, 1/3/15