Insert optional info about the weather, number of pax, etc.
Homer lead the warm-up and Cheeks did The Thang and Mary
- LBAC IC X 15 (Forward and Reverse)
- TTT IC X 15
- IMPERIAL WALKERS IC X 20
- THE MERKIN IC X 10
It was an extremely humid morning with 86% humidity; however, the PAX did not allow the warmth in the air to stop them from a tough workout. The QIC put together a 12 exercise (936 rep workout) – **Thanks for the # correction, Candyland. Each exercise was 12 reps and were listed as grades (1st grade, 2nd grade, etc.). To complete grade 1, the PAX had to Bernie Sanders for about 50 yards and then sprint back to the starting point. Once the PAX arrived back at the starting point, they did 12 reps of the first exercise. After finishing the 1st grade exercise, the PAX repeated the Bernie Sanders and then upon arriving back to the starting point they did the 1st grade exercise again and then added the 2nd grade workout. Following the 2nd grade workout the PAX repeated the Bernie Sanders and then upon arriving back to the starting point they did the 1st grade exercise, the 2nd grade exercise, and then the 3rd grade exercise. This repeated itself until the PAX arrived at 12th grade.
- 1st Grade: BBSU x 12
- 2nd Grade: Blockees or Burpees x 12
- 3rd Grade: Block Squats x 12
- 4th Grade: Block Overhead Press x 12
- 5th Grade: Butkus (Rapid step ups on the block) x 12
- 6th Grade: Bonnie Blairs x 12
- 7th Grade: Block Merkins x 12
- 8th Grade: Baby Crunches x 12
- 9th Grade: Bicycle Crunches (aka Freddie Mercurys) x 12
- 10th Grade: Bay City Scissor Kicks (4ct = 1) x 12
- 11th Grade: Barishnikovs (Jump Lunges) x 12
- 12th Grade: Broad Jumps (Forward/Back = 1) x 12
1. Bay City Scissor Kicks IC x 20 (4ct = 1)
2. Bicycle Crunches (aka Freddie Mercurys)(3ct) IC x 10
3. Baby Crunches IC (3ct) x 20
CIRCLE OF TRUST
The Dean of my PhD program told us all that “B’s get degress.” I was slightly offended and challenged by that statement. Therefore, this morning, I wanted to do a workout with my professor’s words in mind to challenge us to go harder and dig deeper and not accept ‘average’ or ‘B’s’ as an option. There was an encouragement to not be average men, but to live above average.