Bakers dozen – I think – met at Calvary while much of A51 ran the Joe Davis. Here’s what happened after the disclaimer :
Slow mosey out and down 51 to front of the church for warmup COP:
SSH, IWs, MCs, Merkins, Squats
Mosey the long way (51 to Rea) to Entrance 4 with some lunge walk and plank to regroup.
Backward run 11s on the hill: jump lunges (each leg) at the bottom and squats at the top (crowd pleaser).
Mary at top of the hill while waiting for the six: flutters and LBCs. Popular decision to go back down the hill.
Introduction of 22s (same as elevens, but count by twos – met with the unofficial F3 motto “why wouldn’t we?”): derkins (head downhill) at the bottom and CDDs at the top.
More Mary waiting for the six: LBCs and Boone LBCs.
Mosey to confession stand for dips / jump ups / derkins. I don’t remember the sequence, but I think it was 20 / 20 / 5, 10 / 20 / 10, 5 / 10 / 5. I remember that it made no sense.
Mosey to little hill by fields for Triple Nickel (despite Gummy’s absence). 5 trips with 5 burpees at the top and 5 Turkish get ups at the bottom. This used my allotment of burpees.
Mosey to parking lot for 33s (like 11s but counting by 3s): LBCs and flutters (each leg). Believe most got about halfway when time ran out.
Great work out there this morning, guys. My gloves had my GPS going nuts, but still showed over 2 miles – most of it short runs.
Strong crew today. I was consistently “leading” from the middle of the pack. After the Turkish get ups, my fleece pullover froze to the pavement doing LBCs. It was cold, yet no complaints.
Not sure if it was this or a day of yard work, but I’m smoked. Going to sleep well despite possible nightmares of Cam throwing a pick six with Stewart open in the flat.
Appreciate the opportunity to lead a great group today. Peace