Here we go with the horseshoe again for a number of reasons:
- The Q was at the Shield late last night.
- While he can do it, the Q has never really warmed up to cadence calling. The head gets a little fuzzy while working out and counting becomes a challenge.
- A WIB allows everyone to push as hard as they can while leaving nobody behind as everyone stays in proximity (in this case, the track).
- It’s an excellent way to track progress over time.
- It’s a good mix of upper, lower, and cardio.
So, enough excuses for not coming up with a new workout. Here’s what we did:
- SSH X 40
- Windmills X 20
- Stormtroopers X 20
Mosey to the track:
- Lap 1
- Lap 2
- MericansX20, Jump SquatsX20
- Lap 3
- MericansX20, Jump SquatsX20, Scorpion Dry DocsX20
- Lap 4
- MericansX20, Jump SquatsX20, Scorpion Dry DocsX20, Mason TwistsX40
- Lap 5
- MericansX20, Jump SquatsX20, Scorpion Dry DocsX20, Mason TwistsX40, LungesX20
- Lap 6
- Jump SquatsX20, Scorpion Dry DocsX20, Mason TwistsX40, LungesX20
- Lap 7
- Scorpion Dry DocsX20, Mason TwistsX40, LungesX20
- Lap 8
- Mason TwistsX40, LungesX20
- Lap 9
- Lap 10
- Great work put in by the entire PAX.
- T-Claps to Loco…who finished the thing under time (where’s Mattress King?)
- Welcome FNG Keith! Great first workout and we’re looking forward to seeing you back out on Tuesday.
- The Pax is growing. We were missing a number of regulars but still had a decent group.
- LawDawg’s talk at the Shield last night dug deep into the history of the Bible and it’s many translations. YHC learned a ton. I also learned that when LawDawg tweets “in like flyn” for the morning’s workout, that should be translated as “I’m not coming.”