Days leading up to my Q, I planned what was going to be a serious beat down. As the day got closer, so did the rain.
I was optimistic that it would be dry and all could enjoy the planned workout. That being said, the ground was wet that morning so I dug up my winkie from my last rainy day Q.
Plan B was back in action almost a year later.
The plan was to keep everyone dry while still giving them their moneys worth.
No warm up, so let’s Mosey the long way around the parking lot to the covered area at the side of the school.
Once there, I pulled out my winkie along with a pair of dice. We circled around to roll the dice and try our luck.
Here’s how it worked:
Roll the dice and everyone performs the exercise that corresponds to that #. Roll doubles and it’s a sprint to the end of the parking lot and back (Plus the exercise).
2 = 5 Burpees
3 = 10 Bobby Hurley’s
4 = 20 CDD’s
5 = 25 LBC’s
6 = 15 Seal Jacks IC
7 = 15 Opposite Raised Toe Touches IC
8 = 10 Merkins
9 = 15 Bicycles
10 = 20 Squats
11 = 20 Monkey Humpers
12 = 5 Burpees
I explained how I stole the dice from one of my kids board games. Seems like the dice repeatedly landed on 7 and 11 (Toe Touches and Monkey Humpers). Mayor swore my son’s dice were rigged and he had to be hustling candy from all the kids at school, which would explain why he has so much trouble going to bed every night. Something I may have to look into.
With 10 mins left and 1000 Toe Touches and Monkey Humpers behind us, I wanted to try something I did at Midoriyama a few nights before. Freight call out an exercise I believe he called the Iron Hulk. It starts with 1 Merkin and 4 Arm Raises. Then 2 and 8, then 3 and 12 and so on till we do 10 and 40. This one really sucks at the end!
After that we moseyed back to the flag.
Things must be going pretty good, no prayer request at all.
Convergence this Saturday at Folsom. All other AO’s closed.
Prayer to send us on our way.
It was a privilege to lead you gentlemen today.
Thanks to everyone who showed up.