16 Pax gathered in the feels like 1 degree gloom at #F3Centurion in anticipation of YHC’s discovery. To YHC’s knowledge, none of them left disappointed and none of them, save the bare-legged Leroy, were cold during the workout. Here’s a look at what we did:
Run to the normal COP spot for COP:
Off to conquer new territory…
A little more running until we come upon YHC’s discovery…a big ole hill behind the shopping center. Line up at the bottom for good fun…
Run back to the Chipotle parking lot. Stop for Merkins – 15 IC
Run to the CCHS student parking lot and circle up:
Line up on the island. Sprint to next island and back x2. Circle back up:
Line up on the island. Sprint to next island and back x2. Circle back up and on your six:
Line up on the island. Sprint to next island and back x2. Mosey back to base.
Per Escargot and Wikipedia, the Palatine Hill is the centermost of the Seven Hills of Rome and is one of the most ancient parts of the city. It stands 40 meters above the Forum Romanum, looking down upon it on one side, and upon the Circus Maximus on the other. Rome has its origins on the Palatine. Thus, in keeping with the theme of #F3Centurion, the hill discovered behind the shopping center has been named Palatine Hill. However, instead of the Forum Romanum and the Circus Maximus, this hill overlooks the backside of Fresh Market and the dumpsters of Cabos Mexican restaurant. #Majestic
YHC went in search of a hill to use at #F3Centurion. With the help of Google maps and a reconnaissance mission, YHC found one more than suitable for delivering beatdowns. It was a beast for the Jacob’s Ladder and the Lunge Walk down was rather unsavory.
To return many favors of mid-workout consulting, Chelms said something about bear crawls…so, even though they were not in YHC’s plan, we did them. The Pax can thank him for that. The Mission Impossible Peter Parkets were in the plan…Chelms called BS on them though.
As usual, the DWTS were made fun of until we got about 20 seconds into them. That’s when the burn in the quads takes on catastrophic levels and you start wondering when the minute will end.
A few shout outs: