Northeast Tennessee

Curls for the Girls Block Tour

Northeast Tennessee Johnson City Arrowhead (Indian Trail)

Threatening weather but 4 PAX showed up anyway, one double-dipping (Rudy).  Maybe it was the large turnout at Ironhorse?  Maybe it was sleeping weather?  Maybe un-*ss the sack next time!
DISCLAIMER
PRAYER
COP

  • SSH IC X20
  • TTT IC X10
  • WMH IC, 15 seconds each leg
  • Merkins IC X10
  • LBAC IC X15 (forward), X15 (reverse)
  • Mosey with your block to the end of the track

THE THANG

There is a walking path/sidewalk around the entire Arrowhead AO that is a mile if navigated correctly.  Today the PAX toured the Arrowhead AO, blocks in tow.

  • Overhead press (OYO) X15
  • Block curls (OYO) X15
  • Block squats (OYO) X15
    • Mosey to next station
  • Overhead press X15
  • Block curls X15
  • Monkey humpers X30
    • Mosey to next station
  • Block dips (from bleachers with heels on block) X15
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to next station
  • Block step-ups (railroad tie wall) X10 each leg
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to next station
  • Wall sits X1 minute
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to the next station
  • Block squats X15
  • Block curls X15
  • Overhead presses X15
    • Mosey to next station (swing sets)
  • Suicide the parking lot
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to the pull-up bars
  • Pull-ups X15, or as many as possible
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to the next station
  • Step-ups X10 each leg
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to the next station
  • Wall sits X1 minute
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
    • Mosey to the next station (starting point = 1 mile)
  • Overhead presses X15
  • Block curls X15
  • Mosey to the shovel flag

CIRCLE OF TRUST
PRAYER
MOLESKIN

The Gatton College of Pharmacy recently had a faculty-staff retreat.  We all read the book “The Outward Mindset – Seeing Beyond Ourselves” prior to the conference.  The book is published by the Arbinger Institute.  The bottom line of the book is to always look at every situation with the “how can I help you” attitude.  I have been trying to approach all of my life with this attitude.  It seems to be working for me and I encourage us all to do this and see how people (especially those closest to you) respond.

 

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