Stone Cold, Geraldo, Cottonmouth, Cottontail, Slide Rule, Turkey Leg, TR (hacker), Horsehead (VQIC)
Set 1 – repeat X 3
Set 2 – repeat X 3
Set 3 – repeat X 3
Swing/Snatch/Merkin ladder up to 10 – time killer / smoker
If you would have asked me a couple of weeks ago if I would video myself exercising in the driveway so that folks could watch online I would have stepped away quickly without breaking eye contact. That’s where we ended up this morning though. And you know what; it was about as weird as I thought it would be.
I set up a Zoom account and did a little testing. The camera needs to be at the right angle. iPad in a folding chair did the trick. You also need a little lighting, but not too much. I used a shop light but some of the guys were in lighted garages. Mine has cars in it.
I don’t think these Vorkouts will vork very well with much (or any) running involved, but maybe someone more creative than myself will find a way. I suppose we could duct tape an iPhone to Turkey Leg and see what happens. Then we can all post on Strava something like “EZ 16 miler with TL” at the end. Or maybe we’ll Velcro one to Gloss’s back hair and see what a day in the life of the Trifusenik is like. Workout in the clouds with Hoover or take a ride in the TR Beardcam. The opportunities are endless. Don’t even get me started on the Runstopper tightphone experience.
Anyway, here’s what happened this morning.
None of the above is probably true, or maybe all of it is. You guys have read these before, so don’t think a virtual workout changes anything.
Hopefully, we’ll be back at it soon. I can’t wait for some summer workouts. I’m ready to circle up at RockZero and sprint across the huge parking lot like Fat Axl Rose in jorts when the whistle blows in Paradise City. Sitting at home all day reading articles about millennials complaining that they can’t get their CBD infused Kombucha is just making things worse. Also, I need a haircut. I’m growing a natural mullet that’s more suitable for Redneck Hockey with a frozen Bubbaburger puck than my esteemed profession. I’m in the market for a used Flowbee, but I’m a little nervous about my giant eyebrows getting caught up in the blades, or possibly stalling out the motor.
I’ve got more problems, but you guys are too important to me to waste your time with them. Take care of your families and keep each other accountable in these upcoming weeks. We all need it.
Until we meet again,