• Post Type: Backblast
  • When: 10/10/2020
  • AO: Fighting Yank
  • QIC: Tesla
  • FNG's: Snow Bunny
  • PAX: Tesla, Tiger, Breaker Breaker, Gavel, Brutus, Pilgrims Promise, Snow Bunny, Doodles, Shell Shock, Geezer, Boss, Nutria, Snooky, Norwood

So when YHC took the Q at The Fighting Yank a couple of weeks ago for today he looked at all possibilities to shake things up a bit. As the day drew near it appeared we may be in for some interesting weather. So YHC decided to design a workout that too advantage of the AO (a great one) and got us in the elements with some degree of a contingency should we get lightning, which YHC has determined is a danger to the pax. So we wound up with the following results:

COP in the Temple

Arm and trunk stretch

SSH X 20

IW X 20

Cotton Pickers X 20

Grapevine stretches

Mtn. Climbers X 20

Nolan Ryans X 20

Mosey around the park and around the track and back to the Temple.

Burpees X 10

Jump Squats X 20

Merkins X 30

Jump Lunges X 40

LBCs X 50

Run up to stairs and on the street for butt to the rear monkey humpers.

LBCs X 50

Jump lunges X 40

Merkins X 30

Jump squats X 20

Burpees X 10

Triple nickel on the grassy knoll:

Bottom: 5 diamond merkins

Top: squats

R&R 5X

Over to the tables in the park:

Dirkins X 10

Big boy situps X 20

Dips X 10

Step ups X 10 each leg

Run around the park.

Rinse and repeat 3X, run again after 2X. Mosey up to the Field of Dreams as the warm up ends and the 4th quarter begins. And as we all know in a Tesla driven workout everythnig is just a set up for the 4th quarter.

Bear Crawl Slalom, divide the pax up in  two groups of seven, Tiger takes the 2s, YHC the 1s. Winner team gets 5 burpees, loser gets 10. 1s win. YHC does 10 with the 2s. That’s a leadership thing.

SSH X 10

Squats X 10

Mosey to the center of the field.

Werkins X 10

AHs X 10

Broad jump to the end of the field

Barely enough time for one half pipe:

Top: Plank jacks X 5

Temple: HR Merkins X 5

Street: Butt to the street monkey humpers X 5

Pledge and done.

NMM: Planned for rain but was able to get out in the environment and run around, which we were going to do anyway. 65 degrees and rain is no biggie. We most def mixed it up as the ‘blast indicates. Remember the 10/31 convergence at Martha Rivers in Gastonia. More or less the 6 year anny of the region. Looking forward to that one.

Welcome FNG Snow Bunny, looking forward to your progress in the program brother!

Pleasure to lead this group. Buttermilk was served. So was livermush afterwards. How could you improve on that?