AO: Catbox

When: 11/05/2022

PAX:

Number of Pax: 15

Pax Names: Chevy, Chicken Fried, Chubbs, Cookies ‘N Cream, Edibles, Fleetwood, Hard Drive, Ice T, Oshkosh, Rug Burn, Saget, Squat-N-Cough, Tackleberry,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names: NA

QIC: Chubbs


This was a beat down dedicated to the greatness of Monkey Humpers.

A Short Fictional History of the Monkey Humper

The origins of the Monkey Humper are humble.  

Invented by Dr. Montague Humper in 1969, the exercise that bears his surname came into being after too many Q’s repeatedly skipped leg day.  One day, at an ancient site known only as The Lions Den, Dr. Humper witnessed several men struggling to mount a rather steep hill during one workout.  As a world renowned primate proctologist, Dr. Humper knew that monkeys never struggle with leg strength and the Monkey Humper was born. 

At one time, the Monkey Humper was the #1 ranked exercise in the world.  In recent years, due to scandal and financial mismanagement, the monkey humper’s reputation has been unjustly tarnished.  Monkey Humpers Awareness Day is an effort to restore this vital part of our nation’s history to its rightful place.


The workout began with a light warmup including SSHs, Copperhead Merkins & Squats, and complaining about unequal reps of Tumbleweeds.  The Q courageously fought through the complaining.

The Thang was a Dora done in pairs with 100 Mike Tysons, 200 Butterfly BBS, and 300 Squats.  One member of the team did the exercises while the other member ran to the tree line, completed 10 Monkey Humpers, and Bernie Sanders’d back.  It was really fun.  Especially the Monkey Humpers.  After the completion of the first Dora each team did a half mile lap and repeated the Dora.

Everyone agreed never to skip leg day ever again.  Ever.


Prayer requests: Izzys upcoming surgery, gratitude for a good report on a melanoma scare, thanks for an addiction recovery anniversary, thanks for a new job and opportunity to “double dip” for a month

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