QIC: Truck Yeah
PAX: Hasbro, GeekSquad, U-Turn, Duck Tales, SheShed
AO: The Huey
Balmy, perfect temperature for an Easter-themed beatdown
Side Straddle Hop x 15
Imperial Walker x 15
Willy Mays Hays x 15
Finkle Swings (10 each side)
3rd grade exercises/cotton pickers x 15
Forward circles x 12
Backward circles x 12
Morocan nightclub x 12
Overhead press x 12
Seal claps x 12
Windmill x 15
Wave of Merkins – 5 reps total
1. Long jumps (aka “bunny hops” during Easter season) and 50 stretch & reach’s (PAX is on hands and knees and stretches opposite arms and legs at the same time).
2. Duckling walks and 100 flutter kicks.
Rob the Nest
2 teams lined up on opposite ends of parking lot with buckets of Easter eggs in the center of the lot. 1 PAX ran into the center to retrieve an egg containing a surprise workout (lunges, squats, burpees, 8-count body builders, LBC’s, big boy sit-ups, pickle pounders, pickle pointers, etc.) while the rest of the team held a plank. After the exercise was completed, another PAX ran into the center to retrieve another egg until all eggs were gone from the bucket.
Canoe – 30 seconds
Shared the importance of evaluating priorities and determining what is important when setting goals. Commitments and expenditures of resources such as time, money, and energy should reflect our priorities and goals. Sometimes, that may mean backing away from commitments that do not align with our priorities and pursuing opportunities that will result in personal development and accomplishment of our goals.
Easter dinners the night before triggered dangerous tailwinds from multiple PAX’s.