Quick last minute Q pick-up to avoid M2M’s giant blocks. Cold day, good day to warm up fast and end with a sweat.
short mosey to the corner of the vineyard world.
25 SSH IC
10 MP IC
10 Merkins IC
Mosey to what is the medium size hill at Vineyard compared to the wrath, however, still larger than the hills at most AO’s.
11’s on the hill: 1 big boi at bottom, run to top for 10 burpees, back down to 2 big bois and up the hill for 9 burpees and so on.
Mosey to the back of school where PAX have option of grass or cement on their ass while we burn out the core for a little Ab’s and Calves (so say it Tiny Tat). Hurricane hoedown (three variations of 30 flutter kicks IC ) , 50 calf raises on curb, 20 reverse crunches IC, 20 twisted MC’s IC, 20 Freddy mercury’s IC, 25 calf raises, 30 big boi sit-ups, 25 calf raises, Oblique crunches 20 each side, railroad planks (elbow plank in a row while one PAX hops over each plank).
Mosey to top of parking lot for some crawl, walk, run, skip: bear crawl to light pole, crawl bear back, lunge walk to pole and back, run to pole, reverse run back, mario bro skip to pole and back. Partial rinse & repeat just enough time left on the clock to complete second round of the walk and the run.
discussed gratitude for life, and to not let ourselves be consumed by problems and tough times. “When things are good a molehill looks like a mountain” commented Silverado on the subject.
Naked Man Moleskin:
-11’s with compound movement like burpees on that hill are tough; I remember partaking in this routine back when I started F3 and posting at vineyard when Tiny Tat would Q 11’s on this hill. I wanted to re-visit to see how I would fare now, and knew it would be a good burner for everyone. Well I performed better, meaning I didn’t throw up in my mouth like I use to but still hard for sure.
-Vineyard is great location to for my crawl, walk run, skip routine (still working on a more creative name). Nice slope in the parking allowing for an incline on every method of travel. Good distance to that pole too.
-PAX were fearless as expected