π-Day @ F3 Princeton

Date: 3.14

QIC: Black Hole

PAX: (10) XX, BH, Brisket, Risky Business, Mountie, Red Stripe, Bones, Alamo, Cruiser, Scar

AO: The Rising

A π-Day workout on Einstein’s birthday. (He lived in Princeton 1933 until death in 1955.)

π is mathematical constant, defined as the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. π is an irrational number, meaning that the decimal representation never ends and never settles into a repeating pattern. π and the F3 deck of cards were responsible for the WO.

10 #HIM posted as schools and companies started learning and working from home. Social distancing was practiced throughout. PAX learned the first 39 digits of π.

The THANG

  • 3 – Mosey (laps around the parking lot)
  • 14 – Merkins
  • 15 – Inclined Merkins
  • 9 – SSH (IC)
  • 26 – Mountie Climbers (IC)
  • 5 – Karaoke (lengths of parking lot)
  • 35 – Flutter (IC)
  • 8 – Merkins
  • 9 – Low, Slow Squat
  • 7 – Backward Lunge (both legs = 1 rep)
  • 9 – Lunge Walk (length of 9 parking spots, out and back)
  • 32 – Rosalita (IC)
  • 38 – Smurf Jacks

Mosey past other parking lot

  • 46 – Monkey Humpers
  • 26 – High Plank (PAX count off in circle)
  • 4 – Carolina Dry Docks (IC)
  • 33 – Wide-Arm Merkins
  • 8 – Bear Crawl up Little Helmet, walk down

Butt Kickers to the outdoor fitness equipment

  • 32 – Derkins
  • 7 – Shoulder Taps
  • 9 – Plank Jacks (IC)

Mosey on

  • 50 – Arm Circles (half forward, half Circle Arms)
  • 28 – Squats
  • 8 – Freddie Mercuries (IC)

Mosey to complete the “circle”

  • 4 – Bonnie Blairs (both legs = 1 rep)
  • 19 – Boat Canoes
Our attempt to run a circle at AO

The workout ended with a Countarama, Namearama and a Circle of Trust with foot shakes.  5 #HIM continued the mumble chatter at the Grover’s Mill Coffeehouse & Roastery.

Practicing social distancing

Stay safe and healthy out there in a world dominated by Covid19 news! F3 is here to help you stay strong by working out outdoors.

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