Crazy 8’s at The Village
Three Pax from MECA Boondocks AO enjoyed a Big Tuna led beatdown at The Village this morning. It was an awesome morning in the gloom as we were greeted by great weather with low humidity and very comfortable temperature. Shovel flag was planted, disclaimer give and here is how it went down:
Mosey next door to the church for:
- SSH (x15, IC)
- Low Slow Squats (x15, IC)
- Windmills (x10, IC)
- Hillbillies (x10, IC)
Mosey up to the upper parking lot for some Crazy Eights (thanks – Delta from F3 Mint Hill for this workout – it’s great!) which went as follows:
- Start in Upper Parking Lot : Stops 1, 2, 3, 4
- Down to Middle Lot: Stops 5, 6
- Down to Lower Lot: Stops 7, 8
1st round – exercise was burpees – starting with 1 at stop 1, increase by 1 at each stop and finish with 8 at stop 8
2nd round – exercise was lunge (R / L) and squat – starting with 1 at stop 1, increase by 1 at each stop and finish with 8 at stop 8
3rd round – exercise was inch worm merkins – starting with 1 at stop 1, increase by 1 at each stop and finish with 8 at stop 8
- Abyss Merkins – 10, 15, 20 (OYO)
- Incline Merkins – 10, 15, 20 (OYO)
- Decline Merkins – 10, 15, 20 (OYO)
- Calf Raises – 20 (OYO)
Mosey back to the Y entrance.
- Low Flutter Kicks (x15, IC)
- LBC’s (x15, IC)
- WWII Sit Ups (x15, OYO)
Namearama, closing prayer but no coffee today as the Y is still closed! Looked forward to reopening!
Continued prayers for our country in this time of need and for healing not hatred.
Strong work today – great push by everyone to keep moving. It was great to have Banksy back out in the gloom! During this pandemic, I am trying to not take anything for granted and very happy to have some of the normalcy like starting my daily routine with a F3 workout.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.”– Mark Twain
Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly.”– John F. Kennedy
Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.”– Steve Jobs