Posted on behalf of “The Late Show”
10 men arrived in the gloom of Outland for a holiday painfest.
The Kettle Bell crew arrived early for a little pre-Outland beatdown and were joined by the rest of the PAX for the 0700 main event.
Headover the Shovel Flag for an abbreviated COP (SSH x30)
Mosey to the rock pile and pick a good sized one, grab a partner and line up along the practice field. Partner 1 does pain station with the rock whil partner 2 sprints down the field and moseys back. switch and repeat.
– parnter 1 curls while parnter 2 runs and swtich (repeato x3)
– plank (active recovery)
– parnter 1 overhead press while parnter 2 runs and swtich (repeato x3)
– flutter kicks (active recovery)
– parnter 1 tricep extensions while parnter 2 runs and swtich (repeato x3)
– Hello Dolly (active recovery)
Indian Run back to MS bus stop with various body wieght pain stations. Listed in no particular order…
– Decline CDDs x20
– Decline Merkins x20
– Diamond Merkins x10
– Mekrins x20
– Step ups x40
– peoples chair on Wall until everyone is finished
Plank up in a line and wait your turn to plank walk down the rails. get back in line and do it again.
(2nd half) The Late Show on Q.
Off we mosey – Indian Run/Rambling Mosey back to our pet rocks.
Grab pet rocks and head over to the dip bars.
P1 on the dip bars for supine rows with P2 manning the rocks for rock squat overhead press.
(21) & flapjack
(15) & flapjack
(9) & flapjack
(3) & flapjack
Various counts of protractor, backscratchers, plank with 6 inches, and just for fun bring that right knee around to the right elbow and hold, then with the right knee. Throw in some mountain climbers on the line (thanks for the help with the cadence!)
Then just for Horsehead – single leg hip bridges, (10) each leg.
Mosey back to the flag.
Thanks Horse for taking us out.
Moleskin from the perspective of The Late Show
Major Payne came to mind as we circled up for prayer. Everyone (whether spoken or unspoken) has some kind of pain going on in life. Some of the spoken pains are heavier than others, at least from the outside looking in, but the burdens we all carry are real… at least for those of us carrying them. It’s awesome to come together as brothers in Christ to sweat out some of the troubles that this broken world slings our way.