Scar recently came back from a family trip to Vermont and did this VT Tribute workout
Warm up – hip hinges, mountain climbers, SSH
Step ups 100 total step ups alternating each leg
Squats 15, 3 sets
Irkins 15 3 sets
Green helmet (Vermont) 4395 ft
Tag team Burp Back Mountain
First team member climbs hill backwards and then runs forward x 2
Second team member does burpees while awaiting 1st team member to finish
Plank Run x 2 Line up with every member in plank position straight line
First in line jumps over ever member who is holding plank
Cobra Pass through push
Interesting facts about Vermont
1. Montpelier, Vermont is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds. In ratio of cows to people, Vermont has the greatest number of dairy cows in the country. Montpelier, Is the largest producer of maple syrup in the U.S. Vermont’s largest employer isn’t Ben and Jerry’s, it’s IBM.
2. Vermont’s name comes from the French phrase “vert mont,” meaning “green mountain.”
3. Vermont became the 14th state in 1791; it was the first admitted after the thirteen colonies.
4. Before that, it was its very own country. Founded in 1777, the Vermont Republic operated a post office, issued its own currency called Vermont coppers, and abolished slavery.
5. Vermont’s the largest producer of maple syrup in the U.S., producing over 500,000 gallons a year.
5. Consider this the next time you eat pancakes: It takes about 40 years for a sugar maple to grow large enough—at least 10 inches in diameter—to tap. Then it takes some 40 gallons of sap to produce a single gallon of syrup. Don’t waste a drop! 6. Mount Mansfield – WikipediaMount Mansfield is the highest Mount Mansfield is the highest mountain in Vermont with a summit that peaks at 4,395 feet …
7. One thing that’s not legal in Vermont: billboard advertising. Vermont is one of four states to ban commercial billboards, the others being Maine, Hawaii, and Alaska.
8. Vermont has one telephone area code—and they’re proud of it. You’ll see 802 on t-shirts, bumper stickers, and even tattoos.