7 men of questionable intellect posted this chilly morning for a nice workout, with father/son co-Q’s. With no FNG’s, we warmed up:
Side-straddle hops x 20; Hillbillies x 18. Arms: Fast forward x 20; fast backward x 18; wide forward x 20; wide backward x 18; overhead claps x 20; air presses x 18. Windmills x 20; Mountain climbers x 18
Thang: Short and careful mosey to Courtyard parking lot, where there was ice-free pavement. There we emulated Wilt Chamberlain, of 100 point game fame, with 100 LBC’s, followed by a 100 yd dash up the lot, plank for 6; then 100 squats, dash back, Al Gore. 100 lunges (50 each leg), 100 yd dash back. Attempted a snake run around the lot, but the ice made it a mosey, calf raises x 20 and copperhead squats x 18, then copperhead squats x 20, calf raises x 18; ; 2 laps, then merkins x 20, imperial walkers x 18; 1 lap, then plank jacks x20, and burpees x 18, followed by 1 lap.
Mary: LSF x 20, Dolly’s x 18, Freddie Mercury x 20, Alternating shoulder taps x 18; Mosey back to Gazebo, where we closed with a circle of trust.
Paddington’s last day. An honor to lead.
Following up on some of our not Pete and Nicky’s conversation, the ‘bombing’ occurs when a low pressure system’s central pressure falls 24 millibars in 24 hours or less.* So Kevorkian was mostly accurate as usual, 1 millibar per hour, give or take.