8/11/20 | Cornhusker Handicap AO | Stinson Park | 62 Degrees
PAX: Mac & Cheese (Hate!), Chiclets (Respect!), Sparty, Nugent, Icy Hot, Spreadsheet (Hate!), Patton, Ponzi (Love!), Smash Mouth, Short Sail, Nemo (Hate!), Pony Express (Hate!), Slow Pitch, Touche, Frosty, Bubbles
Bubbles welcomed the PAX, gave the mission statement and the disclaimer.
SSH x 20 IC
Tappy Taps x 15 IC
Tater Taps x 15 IC
Sun Gods Forward x 10 IC
Sun Gods Backwards x 10 IC
Cherry Pickers x 10 IC
Long mosey around Stinson park, around the parking garage, and back to the gazebo.
Each station other than station 1, starts with 5 burpees. Once burpees are completed do the exercise that is tied to each round. If the PAX makes it through all rounds, rinse and repeat.
- Station 1 – Located at the gazebo
- Failure to Pull-up – 2 x 10 Count Hang + drop down + jump up + 5 pull-ups
- Station 2 – 5 burpees to start
- Round 1 = Bonnie Blairs
- Round 2 = Flutter Kicks
- Round 3 = Air Squats
- Round 4 = Werkins
- Station 3 – 5 burpees to start
- Round 1 = Merkins
- Round 2 = Monkey Humpers
- Round 3 = Groiners
- Round 4 = LBC’s
- Station 4 – 5 burpees to start
- Round 1 = Big Boys
- Round 2 = Ranger Merkins
- Round 3 = Carolina Drydocks
- Round 4 = Sumo Squats
The PAX made it through 3 rounds before Omaha was called at 6:06
New Exercises were performed that I do not have names for.
- Feet on the wall, hips and knees at 90 degrees. Hands stay between legs, and you bend up and touch the wall. 15 on Up
- Same thing but with right leg off wall. 15 on Up
- Same thing but with left leg off wall. 15 on up
- American Hammers x 20 IC
Prayers and Announcements:
Cheers to Ponzi for putting together and hosting the golf outing.
Prayers for teachers returning to school.
It’s okay to not be okay. Many of us, especially during this particular time, are not okay. During these past months, there has been a lot taken away from us, including celebrations, memories, jobs, daily tasks, fun, and loved ones. There are many unknowns right now in this crazy world, and it’s okay to not have the answers. Everyone is trying their best. They are making decisions to try and protect their families and their futures. I want you all to know that it is alright to not have answers, it’s alright to be sad, it’s alright to be scared, and it’s alright to not be okay. The good thing is, during this time, is that we all have someone or a group of people that we can lean in on and count on at any time. You are not alone in this weird time in our lives, and you should never try and tackle it alone. Ask someone to help you. Ask someone to talk with you. Ask someone to love you. Use this group when you’re not okay. That’s how we get closer, and that’s how we grow not only as a group but as individuals.
Love you all,