It was a nice morning, with a light rain that covered The Rock Region before I was a little hesitant of my plans. I arrived early, placed five cones at the top of the hill, one tennis ball with a number on each cone, and wrote a workout in front of each.
I tested the Hill to make sure it was not so wet that we would fall, and the conditions seemed to be fine. To ensure a Ohama had a back up, I wrote the workouts in chalk at another hill.
After the setup I headed to the AO.
Mosey for a quarter of a mile
Stopped four times had pax do ten merkins
Back at the AO I had Pax Perform alternating merkins on the kettle bell.
Mosey down to hill Alternating Toe Taps on bell
Mosey to tractor supply Alternating merkins
Mosey to base of the Hill
Had the pax form five groups, there were a lot more Pax at this AO then I expected!!(Amazing Site Q Work Pacman!)
At the base of the hill I had one person from each team run to the top with the kettle bell and choose a cone to perform and exercise.
Each cone had a number on the tennis ball and the pax were to perform this number and then replace the tennis ball from a bag at the top of the hill.
- KB SWINGS
- Overhead Press
- KB Squats
- Around the World
Then the pax would return to there team at the bottom and that pax would go up and perform the same exercise with the kettle bell in their hands.
The remaining pax performed various Kettlebell exercises called out by YHC and other pax. The idea was to not take a break.
Once Complete, I had all pax lunge up the hill with their kettle bells.
Mosey back to the AO
Closed Kettle Bell Hops
Need for speed is coming up
Prime Time’s Daughter going in for Chemo
Smiley Face – Praises for all the prayers
Honey pot’s family
Hawkeye prayers for the Lord’s daily protection
Thanks pacman for allowing me to lead at the AO, we only covered about a mile, but you can’t cheat when it comes to running hills!