PAX: @Pool Boy @Sparrow @Stock boy @Jolly @Tortuga @Gummi Bear @Dogear @Dilbert
- Arm circles
- @T-bone burpees
Pax trekked to The Shop for shelter and to do some EMOM work. Each minute consisted of two exercises: the first being a strength exercise, the second being an explosive exercise of a similar movement. We completed 4 rounds of the following exercises pairings:
- 4 blockees, 8 burpees
- 6 one arm merkins (with coupon assist), 12 clap merkins
- 7 thrusters, 15 squat jumps
- 8 alternating lunges with coupon, 16 Bonnie Blaires
- 10 single arm rows, 25 bent over rows
- 15 calf raises with coupon, 30 straight leg jumps
After the 2nd round of the above exercises, the PAX took a break and did some work on the glory muscles:
- 20 shoulder presses
- 30 bicep curls
- 40 skull crushers
Baby steps are good. I wanted to get my 3 year old daughter up on some skis during our trip this past weekend. Fortunately, I sought out wisdom from a YouTube ski dad who gave me a reality check on my expectations for this first time out. So rather than getting on a bunny hill, my only goal was to get her on skis and guide her up and down a gentle decline at the base. We lasted 20 minutes, but it was a great experience that left her wanting more (pic below capturing some baby step happiness). So if you’re building a new skill or habit, and are having trouble getting started: check your expectations, think baby steps and get excited about the progress… however small it might be.
@Pool Boy’s daughter. Looking to finish up antibiotics. Praise God for helping them get to this point, and pray that her healing completes.