Introducing first, at a combined weight of five-hundred ninety-five pounds, hailing from Vandalia, Ohio and Southern Pines, North Carolina, your Q’s for this morning’s beat down: BA and Godfather!
Introducing second, at a combined weight of (approximately) 3600 pounds: the rest of the PAX who showed up for a guaranteed no-running, cinder-block beatdown.
Godfather began the match with a mosey to the back-country farm at the entrance to the Schiele Museum’s nature trail. The Warm-Up consisted of 20 Side-Straddle Hops, 50 Moroccan Night Clubs, 20 Flutter Kicks, 20 Freddie Mercury’s, and 20 Low Slow Squats all in cadence.
Godfather made his way to the corner and tagged in BA for the next part of the beatdown. The PAX moseyed back to the parking lot, partnered up, and took one cinder-block to the bottom of the big hill on the nature trail. Counting on aggregate, the group would complete 50 Berkins, 100 Blockies, 150 French Curls, 200 Bicep Curls, and 300 Overhead Press using the cinder-blocks while the other partner runs up the hill and completed a random exercise to a count of five and returned to the bottom to switch out with their partner.
With most of the PAX reeling, BA decided to stay in the match and continue the beat down with an original exercise. The group moseyed to the bridge and split into two groups. One half of the group would complete 5 Merkins on one side of the bridge while the other half completed 5 Carolina Dry Docks. Between each exercise, the group would either run over the bridge or through the stream to get to the next exercise. This exercise ended after five rounds.
BA made his way to the ropes and tagged Godfather back into the match and he would stay in until the end of the match. Making their way to the benches that circled the gazebo, the PAX completed 50 Dips on their own. Next, they made their way to the stone wall and completed 10 Inverted Merkins aka Balls to the Wall aka BTTW in cadence.
Moseying back to the cinder-blocks that had been resting at the bottom of the hill, the PAX got back with their partner and completed a Duck Walk up the hill with the cinder-block hanging between their legs while the other partner lunged up the hill. When one partner got tired, the other partner would tag in.
Back in the parking lot, the PAX circled up for some continuous Mary, which included Hello Dolly, Rosalita, Homer to Marge, World War sit-ups and French Fries.
With time expiring and no clear winner, the referee was forced to call the match a draw. There was no clear winner, but the PAX were certain to have a painful reminder of the beatdown for next few days.