PAX: Limp Lips; Sunburn; Hansen
41 degrees (which feels like 80 after 4 days in the low 20s); occasional drizzle but mostly dry
SSH; Forward Fold; Willie Mays Hays; Supermans; Slow mercans; Slow squats
Mosey lap around the ball fields terminating at the workout station
10 stations set up; 30 seconds AMRAP; 5 seconds for rotation.
- Dying Cockroach
- Block Curls
- Box jumps
- Pull ups
- Block press
- Block Squat
PAX picks their poison and the fun begins. Perform exercise for 30 seconds, then rotate in the 5 allotted seconds; start again.
30 seconds was not realistic for the run, so the plan was to use up the rest and rotation time for the lap. We achieved that a few times, but not every time. End result was 4 full rotations through the 10 stations.
As the title states; regardless of how you break these up, they still suck.
Dealing with adversity is one of the key attributes in effective leadership. How you handle adversity says a lot about you. Can you accept accountability? Can you focus on a solution instead of seeking out blame? Can you remain calm and level headed? Can you ask for help? All good questions to ask when reflecting on your own experiences
The lap around the field is much further than I originally thought.
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