25 men resisted the siren song of the fartsack and joined YHC for a little F3-style “stand and pound.”
Here’s the thang:
Seal jacks – 25 IC
IW – 25 IC
Slow Merkins – 25 IC
Squats – 25 IC
Called exercise – Civilian Count. Called active recovery (aka “chaser”) betwen each set – 10 OYO
One-hand shoulder press: 15/10/5 per side; dead bug
Romanian Deadlift: 15/10/5 per side; Merkins
Front raisers: 15/10/5; Freddie Mercury
Good morning: 15/10/5; LBC
Upright row: 20/15/10; high-knee jump
Tea bag squat: 20/15/10; CDD
Lawn mower: per side 15/10/5; burpies
2-handed swing OYO: 20/15/10; Peter Parker
Triceps extension: 20/15/10; squats
Horn curl 25/20/15; Merkins
Dolly press – 20 IC
Mason twist – 15 IC
Slow flutter press – 15 IC
Merkin wave – 2X
1 minute Burpies AYG
May need to consult the record, but I think this was YHC’s VQ at Skunkworks. If not, it’s been too long to remember, so I wanted to be sure to deliver something memorable. Based on the fact that during Mary, I only heard a few PAX counting, I think I succeeded.
Being a drummer, I probably hear rhythm more than I should, so couldn’t help but notice the very audible seal-jack “clap” was on count for most of the PAX. But not all. #stilllaughing
Tclaps to Sussudio for both calling out and executing the correct “down” position of the Merkin wave: 6-inches, not 0. #WD_respect
I’d been warned that old-school curls would be refusniked by that bad ol puddy tat. Even though he didn’t post, it was amusing to hear some mumblechatter when YHC called it.
Tclaps to Header or Sanka – too dark and too little O2 to remember clearly – for amping up the “recovery” squats with goblet squats. I’m sure others were doing the same (Stone Cold – KB merkins?). Way to push yourself, gentlemen.
Excellent take out, Cottonmouth.
It’s an honor to have the chance to lead this group of men.