Godfather began the workout with a round of six exercises. First, as always, was Side Straddle Hop to 15. Next was the Imperial Walker to 15, followed by 50 single-count Prayer Squats. After shaking out the soreness, the PAX took to the ground for 15 Merkins, 10 Peter Parkers, and 10 Parker Peters.
Next, it was BA’s turn to bring the pain and after he dropped the tail gate of his WT (there’s still some debate whether it means Work Truck or White Trash) Sierra, and the PAX knew they were in store for another Cinder-Block Beat Down.
With a partner, the PAX carried their cinder block across the first bridge and to the landing of the second bridge. When the six arrived, BA outlined the main course of today’s CBBD: As one partner runs across the main #GoatIsland Bridge and completes 5 Merkins, the other partner would stay at the landing and do a Clean and Press with the Cinder Blocks to 250 reps. Counting on aggregate, each partner should have completed nearly 125 reps. After the first exchange, many PAX (Godfather mostly) wondered if BA would bless the group with an audible to less exercises. The complaints, however, fell on deaf ears as the PAX completed the exercises all the way to 250 reps.
With time left on the clock, the Godfather introduced the group to a modified Dora 1-2-3. At the picnic tables, the PAX were to complete 150 Step-Ups, 100 Dips, and 50 Derkins using aggregate counting as their partner ran across the park and touched the fence for the dog park.
With precious little time to spare after the modified Dora 1-2-3, the PAX gathered the Cinder Blocks and moseyed back to the Parking Lot, exchanged the blocks between each other as needed.
The final exercise of the morning was, of course, Sally, which was played from BA’s phone. Fortunately for everyone in attendance, only half of Sally was actually completed as time ran out.