Let’s Get Ready to Bumble

QIC:  Waldorf

PAX:  Squirrel, Vault, Dos Equis, Fro Yo, Quatro, Bourne, Sprocket, McFly, Chitwood, Flying Tomato, Huckelberry, Wrangler, Guiness, Captain D, and MadBum.

Special appearance:  Poacher

In honor of the Captain D and MadBum weigh in, YHC worked in some boxing related workouts focusing on cardio and the core.

Warm Up:

  • Good mornings x10
  • Windmills x10
  • Arm circles x10 and flap jack

The Thang:

  • 30 4 count American Hammers
  • 30 4 count LBCs
  • 30 4 count SSH

Captain D and MadBum led Indian Run on Broad street around to the Pennsylvania Hill.

This started the HammerHead original PUADs (pointless ups and downs).

  • 25 merkins at the top of the hill
  • 25 merkins at the bottom of the hill
  • Plank at the top of the hill
  • 25 merkins at the top of the hill
  • 25 merkins at the bottom of the hill

There was more than just a little mumble chatter at this point….and I have now been moved to Huckelberry’s list of “people he does not like.”  So we did the following:

  • 30 4 count American Hammers
  • 30 4 count LBCs
  • 30 4 count SSH

Short mosey over to the train station lead by Captain D and MadBum (which included them holding hands at one point).  PAX divided up into “teams.”  Half on Team MadBum, half on Team Captain D.  Team MadBum picked the exercise for Team Captain D, while Team Captain D picked the exercise for Team MadBum.  Biggest takeaway from this session was that  Captain D called Tomato by the wrong name (Squirrel).  Not sure if that is a complement or a burn.  Either way, I hope I am as strong as they are and still posting by the time we call “respect.”  Then we all did 30ish burpees.

We then headed back to the wall by the basketball court where we found Poacher.  We did 15 4 count LBDs, and counted off, circled up, and did the weigh in/check in.

MadBum is down to 177; Captain D is down to 187.  Great work by both in preparation for BRR.  Goal weight for both by BRR is 182.

Huckleberry prayed us out, and Squirrel was thoughtful as always.

Good work boys. Always a pleasure.

Waldorf.