YHC had the privilege of leading 12 at Commons this morning. Conditions were perfect (lower 50s with a breeze). Disclaimer was disclaimed, and we were off. Here’s what we did:
- Ran .5 miles and stopped for 25 Merkins
- Circled back for the six and did another 25 Merkins
- Ran .25 more miles did 25 Merkins and 25 Squats
- Ran .25 miles and did 25 Merkins, 25 Squats, 25 LBCs
- Ran .25 miles and did 25 Merkins, 25 Squats, 25 LBCs, 25 Alternating Shoulder Taps
- Ran .25 miles and did 25 Merkins, 25 Squats, 25 LBCs, 25 Alternating Shoulder Taps, 25 Calf Raises
- Ran .25 miles and did 25 Merkins, 25 Squats, 25 LBCs, 25 Alternating Shoulder Taps, 25 Calf Raises, 25 Flutters
- Ran .75 miles back to the COT and did 25 Merkins, 25 Squats, 25 LBCs, 25 Alternating Shoulder Taps, 25 Calf Raises, 25 Flutters, 25 Burpees
- Finished with a .5 loop around the Commons for a total of 3.25 miles (total after picking up the six)
Thank you Smokey for the opportunity to lead this morning. It was great to see so many guys out. Awesome work, gentlemen. Big TClaps to Van Wilder for the strong push. When lesser men would fold after heart surgery, he kept pushing like a freight train. He earned that “More Balls Than Most” award. We’re proud of you, brother.
This workout was designed to keep the group close. By stopping at set increments, the group never gets too far apart. Like life, keeping friends and family close will help you stay strong. When you stumble, they are there to help you up. Sure you may make more money by flying solo and saying yes to all your job asks, but what kind of life is that when you have no one with whom to share your wealth? If you want to run fast, go alone. If you want to run far, go together. You men push me to go further and with your support, the sky is the limit. Thank you for the push every day, brothers.