PAX: Back Pew, Money Ball, Ringwald, Sidekick, Red Tees, The Count (respect), WuzntMe
AO: Hill City
Balmier than expected with a little mist towards the end
Started with a mosey to the River Walk while doing the 4×4 warm up. Stopped four times to do increasing numbers of 4x4s, up to 4.
Moving SSH x 10
Arm circles while shuffling x 10 both ways
Carolina dry docks x 10
Willie Mays Hays x 10
Windmill x 10
Forward fold (the Auburn) x 5
High knees x 20 yards
Alabama Butt Kickers x 20 yards
Mosey to parking lot next to bridge
YHC had two workouts planned depending on the number of PAX. At this point, we only had 7 so 4 corners it was.
AMRAP Four Corners
We divided into five groups. Four groups went to their respective corners while the fifth became the first runner. The goal was to do AMRAP while one group ran around the parking lot, advancing one station each time.
Corner 1 – Merkins
Corner 2 – Monkey Humpers
Corner 3 – Flutter kicks
Corner 4 – Squats
This continued until everyone was back to their original corner
Next, we lined up on the parking spaces for lunge suicides.
Lunge 2 lines, one merkin, jog back
Lunge 4 lines, two merkins, jog back
Lunge 6 lines, three merkins, jog back
Lunge 8 lines, four merkins, jog back
Lunge 10 lines, five merkins, jog back
Circle up for Burpee Ring of Fire – each PAX does SSH while we go around the circle doing burpees. Three rounds was all we could handle.
Slow mosey back to the parking lot
LBCs x 25
Flutter kicks x 10
Slutter kicks x 10 (also called the “Auburn cheerleader” by some)
Freddie Mercury x 20
Hollywoods x 10 each side
American Hammer x 10
Plank high and low
As odd as it sounds, I had a dream on Sunday night in which Prosciutto spoke to me while attempting to show me how to Q (I’m guessing since it’s been the hottest of minutes since I Q’d). He kept repeating phrases like “Do what is right for you” and “Do what works for you”. I spent the better part of two days trying to figure out what this means. For me, I took it to mean that we have to do what suits us best and not worry about what others expect of us. Not to mean this is a selfish or self-serving way, but do what you need to do and don’t worry about what others think. My family and I have made many tough decisions over the last couple years, often being met with criticism from outsiders. However, we have come to realize that above all else, we have to do what we believe is right for us. For us, we feel as though God has put on our hearts that we need to be where we are doing what we are doing. That may not work for others, but it’s what works for us. Don’t conform. Do what works for you.
Lots of Auburn/Alabama jokes amongst the small group. We realized math is hard for those with an Alabama education.
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