4 men and 3 2.0’s split the Q at the latest installment of Garage Band.
Here are the exercises that each PAX chose as we built the pyramid:
Appreciated the group participation. Is a Tuck Pyramid an easy button for the QIC? Yes. Is it a fun and solid workout? Also yes. It also tends to be a well balanced one because of the variety of exercises selected by the PAX. The best thing about this format is that whenever you use it you are guaranteed a unique workout, never to be repeated again. We got in ~2.5 miles which is pretty good for a 45 minute bootcamp. T-claps to the 2.0’s (Odd Boy Out, Johnny 5 and T1000) for doing a great job picking their exercises. Especially T1000 w/ the burpees. Pretty ballsy!
We will continue Garage Band as long as there is demand for it. Who knows- maybe it’ll become a permanent addition to the schedule. YHC loves the 0630 start time which allows for a pre-run w/out waking up super early. And being virtual, you save driving time on both ends. For you runners it’s a great opportunity to get some running and cross training in on the same day, while still getting a decent amount of sleep. For the non-runners you get even more sleep. Everyone wins.
Keep checking Slack and the SCLT F3 site to keep track of all the virtual and in-person workout options in SOB Land. Some start times are being modified as we transition back to the gloom. The Maul is in-person tomorrow @ 0600.