In this time of SIPO, many have had the opportunity to spend more time with family and to feel a sense of longing for simple things like wandering through the canned food aisle of Harris Teeter and picking up cans to actually see what’s in it before you buy it or sending 2.0s into the play area at Chick-Fil-A so that you can enjoy the rest of your meal in peace. And some miss the time spent with neighbors — but do you know all of the people in your neighborhood? YHC decided to invite some of the people — both famous and everyday — to his 4th anniversary Q of the curbside edition of Clyent Dinner.
No mosey, you’re in your garage.
4×4 — 4 rounds of each of these exercises OYO
4×4, part II — 4 rounds of each of these exercises OYO
Run 30 seconds out and 30 seconds back Jack Webb — 1:4 Merkins and Air Presses
Angry Al Gore x 20 OYO
Makhtar N’Diaye x 4 OYO
So many friends in our neighborhood — who knew!? The rain held off most of the day, but the PAX in garages were doing the workout in a sauna so kudos to that extra effort. There’s not a lot of mumblechatter on the muted virtual workouts, but the occasional grunts and heavy breathing showed there was some work going on. YHC called an audible with the short run before Jack Webb because he was exhausted already and needed an extra moment before moving on to the more regrettable part of the workout. And still somehow during Jack Webb, his voice began to crack like a seventh grader’s and he suddenly had horrible flashbacks to middle school PE and the nauseating, engulfing scent of a dozen aerosol deodorants — he almost passed out then and there.
For YHC, it’s been a great 4 years with F3 and the people above have given him much reason to moan and groan, but it’s PAX around him that keep him coming back — the HIMs who care, who push, who lift, who go beyond just because. Anyone who’s made it this far in the rambling and the many others who didn’t, keep pushing because it makes a difference.
YHC with the take-out.
Solid update from Centerfold on the 100 PAX Challenge: http://f3southcharlotte.com/2020/05/12/100-pax-challenge/