This morning wasn’t as cold as it has been. Maybe a sign that winter is letting up, at least here at the Gashouse. I’m not complaining, but I would like to pray for a few straight days of sunshine. We started off with a few Whoopee warmups then split up and moved to our circle. From there we did my typical jazzercise circuit of training without the dancing. I use the Tabata timer to allow for 50 seconds of each exercise and 10 seconds to transition to the next exercise. Lets kick it off with some 80 Rock’n Roll:
Side Straddle Hops, Hill Billy’s, Big Circles, Chinook Squats, V-ups, Outlaws
We mosey to the trail, cross the bridge and …. do bear crawls up the hill. Mosey to the benches for 20 incline pushups. Lets return to camp for some more motivational 80’s Rock!
Grab your coupon for – swings, triceps’ extensions, curls, one arm press (each side),. On your 6 – chest presses, then over head triceps’ extension.
Recover for 1 minute.
Lets Duck walk to the parking lot and then walk it backwards to the circle.
On your 6 again – American Hammers, Reverse crunches, Windshield Wipers, on your feet -Burpees, on your 6 for Supermans, plank for 30 seconds then finish the set with Mountain Climbers.
Recover and rest for 1 minute.
Next set – Monkey Roles, CDD’s, Incline pushups, Triceps Dips, Don Quijotes, Merkins.
Final round, we each called out our favorite exercise for the last 8 minutes as Whoopee and his Bootcamp joined us in jazzercise!
Everyone finished strong and I was so grateful for the turnout that we had. Thanks Hims!!
Bandit Q’s Painlab next week, please come out an SHOW