Another great day to be alive! Thank you, Jesus!
We started with a little mosey to the top of the hill and did some warm-up exercises, including SSH, weed-pickers, Imperial Walkers, etc.
Grabbed 4 coupons and set 2 at “starting” point (let’s call that A) and other 2 at “half-way” point (call it B) of lap through the parking lot. YHC used a large white board to explain how things would work, but afraid they were thoroughly confused through most of it.
The gist was for 2 PAX to remain at point A — 1 doing an exercise WITH a coupon, the other doing an exercise withOUT a coupon — while a 3rd PAX carried a coupon to point B. At the same time, the other 3 PAX would essentially be doing similarly but at (or starting at) point B. Once PAX arrived at next station (other point), he would drop the coupon (if he had one), and begin an “in-place” exercise, while one of the 2 PAX who had been there doing exercise would take off and travel to next station/point. (The PAX doing exercise WITH the coupon would take it to next point, perhaps doing rifle carry or farmer carry, etc. The PAX doing exercise WITHOUT the coupon would go to next point WITHOUT a coupon, perhaps doing bear crawl or Bernie Sanders, etc.) So, for each PAX, the “cycle” order would be the same, but each would start at a different point in the cycle and at a different location:
No coupon in-place — NCIP — PAX to perform exercise in-place WITHOUT coupon
No coupon transport — NCT — PAX to transport themselves only from one point to next, exercising to get there
Coupon in-place — CIP — PAX to perform exercise in-place WITH coupon
Coupon transport — CT — PAX to transport themselves and coupon from one point to next
Not sure what we ended up working more on that one — our bodies or our brains — but, just as everybody was finally getting the hang of it, we packed up the coupons and then went for a 15-minute jog to Boling Park and back.
Prayers and coffeteria, with Lt. Dan still trying to figure out how The Thang worked. LOL