One Armed WWI Veteran

8 Lakers arrived on a dark and somewhat humid first morning of September.  Piston, who injured is thumb during Saturday’s workout, showed-up and worked out with one arm (RESPECT).  However, Goose is under the assumption that Piston is a World War I Veteran (maybe because he does WWII sit-ups so well???)  Goose took time to put down the 15 books he is currently reading and attend a workout.  The Farm and Chicken Strip mentioned multiple times how sore they were from The Murph yesterday.  Needless to say, we were a sorry, whiny, injured, sore group of men who hopped out of bed for a workout that went something like this:

  • Mosey
  • Stretching Exercises (hamstrings and quads)
  • Mosey
  • 15 Side Straddle Hops IC
  • 10 Mercans IC
  • 15 Mountain Climbers IC
  • 5 Wide grip Mecans IC
  • 15 Imperial Storm Troopers IC
  • 5 Diamond Mercans
  • 10 Burpees
  • 5 Bulldog Mercans
  • 20 LBC
  • 15 Windmill
  • Mosey to Rock pile

Curls, shoulder press, skull crushers, chest press

  • Mosey to playground

Partner-up: One man dips and the other does Mercans for 30 seconds.  Switch. Repeat

One man does LBC’s while the other does step-ups for 30 seconds.  Switch. Repeat

  • Mary

LBC, Low flutter, Low Dolly, Mason Twist, WWII sit-up, Crunchy Frog, Mercans, Plank Jack, and other stuff I can’t remember.


Prayer: Point Break’s 25th wedding anniversary, Goose’s bother-in-law, Mitchell, prayed for unity among us, our families, workplaces, our nation, and the world.

Also pray for Piston’s thumb, MRI, and healing.

2 thoughts on “One Armed WWI Veteran

  1. The Farm

    Great Q King Julian! Although I noticed that you didn’t include the number of reps for Mary. Lame! You handled the mumblechatter well.

    For a man with bad knees, you looked fine when jumping through those parking spaces. Cruise at the valley tomorrow????

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