Ode to a decade when cars were fast, rock was king, and a slide ruler was a calculator.
Musical Bears made its debut.
Shredtember Day 2
50 Side Straddle Hops
Butterfly stretches. Arms Circles. Toe touches.
Rock Around the clock.
Clock merkins, 1 per hour, forward and back. (24 merkins)
Clock Burpees, 1 per hour, forward, and if you can make it, back.
Any combination of Grave diggers, Kettle bell swings, and bent over rows
Any combination of American hammers, Block weighted American hammers, and the twist dance move.
(Workout, Crawl, Find a spot)
Setup: Arrange coupons in a tight circle, 1 per pax. Remove 1 coupon and pax from the circle and move them to the center of the circle.
Action: Call out an exercise (i.e. big boy situps to 50) everyone in the circle begins the exercise. Whenever the first Pax gets to 50, he begins to bear crawl around the outside of the circle clockwise. The pax who was in the middle of the circle immediately jumps out to fill in the open spot vacated by the first PAX. This means that now there is one spot too few, like musical chairs. After the first PAX completes a full trip around the circle, he looks for an open spot to land (signified by an unoccupied coupon).
Finish: As each PAX finishes the rep count, he begins to bear crawl clockwise around the circle. Everyone must go their original spot, or if it is occupied, past it until they find a new spot. The last PAX will not be able to find a spot. He ends up in the middle of the circle. It’s his job to call out the next exercise, with either 25 or 50 reps.
We did a lot of rounds of Musical Bears. Most Pax agreed that this workout was harder than expected.
Sparrow, Panhandle, Davinci, Aloha, Wet burrito, Bad Debt, Bloomer, 8-Track, BOGO, Panda Express, Big Mac, Beaker, Saga, Jolly, Crack, Banks, Cookies, Cheese, Tortuga, Y2K, Katniss, Gummi Bear