Animal House

7/12/2021 0630 hrs, 9 Pax, 75 degrees and humid Attendance:  Brisket(Q), Mountie, Risky Business, Photo Finish, Aviator, Wingman, Thunder, QuickChange, ScarU Welcome and Disclaimer Warm-Up-Walk Stretch arm acrossStretch over elbow grabCircle ArmsArm CirclesDC StretchesPlank to each leg (Runner Stretch)Tippy Taps x10 Mosey to Upper Parking Lot CoP – Circle of Pain Burpees OYO (BOYOs) x10LungesContinue reading “Animal House”

Breakfast at Wimbledon

7/10/2021 0700 hrs, 23 pax (a record)! 72 degrees Attendance:  Scar2K (CoQ) , ScaRU (CoQ), Mountie, Risky Business, Brisket, Dos Equis, Black Hole, Milky Way, Wall E, Red Coat, Photo Finish, Pharmer, Tow Path, 2.0 of Towpath, Aviator, Wingman, Cumulus, Guts, Tim Horton, and from down range: Crash of F3 Winston-Salem, Element of F3 ValleyContinue reading “Breakfast at Wimbledon”

Staycation @ the HillTen

PAX Risky Business (Q), Aviator, Wingman (FNG), Towpath, Ghost Rider (FNG), Mountie, Pharmer, Photo Finish, Wee Wah, Roddick (F3 DC), Brisket, Cruiser, Guts, Lyft, Tim Horton, Red Coat, Dos Equis, Dick Clark (DR – via Zoom) On this 4th of July weekend, 18 PAX decided to put their trust in Risky Business to guide themContinue reading “Staycation @ the HillTen”

CICADAS

Who: 17 PAX for the once in 17 years CICADAS theme!Pharmer, Swoosh, TowPath, Thunder, PhotoFinish, Scar, Scar2K, MilkyWay, RedCoat, Brisket, Cruiser, DickClark, Aviator, HackSaw, DosEquis, BlackHole, WallE What:A celebration of our AO’s once in 17 years visitors – the CICADAS! Each exercise done to 17 reps. WarmUp:Cherry Pickers (basically Tippy Taps)Imperial WalkersCircle Arms (and reverse)AbeContinue reading “CICADAS”

Back to Basics

Written by Thunder, Q. Date: 6/16/2021, Conditions: clear skies, 60 degrees Location: Community Park, West Windsor 8 PAX: Aviator, Brisket, Dos Equis, Photo Finish, Scar U, Dick Clark, Mulligan, Thunder (Q), Disclaimer: Modify as necessary. Not a professional. Suggestions only. Don’t sue anyone. Aye Wednesday morning work-out was about getting back to basics, using someContinue reading “Back to Basics”