I think Shady and I were both planning to do the virtual run to for Operation Sweet Tooth, but ended up on the Q schedule. No biggie – someone’s got to do it.
Shady – 1st half
Quick warm-up mosey down the street and back, including some high knees, butt kickers, side shuffles and karaoke
Circle up for IC low slow squats, 1 burpee, IC SSH, 2 burpees, IC plank jacks, 3 burpees, IC Merkins, 4 burpees, IC cherry pickers, 5 burpees.
Mosey to playground for Dora 1-2-3, consisting of 100 chin-ups, 200 Carolina dry docks, and 300 flutter kicks with partner 1 completing exercises while partner 2 runs to opposite end of parking lot and back.
Shady spent some time before handing off to YHC speaking about “bringing it back to the basics” especially when interacting with your 2.0s. He challenged us to remember the endless patience we had when they were first born and how important it is to take a breath and be the adult when interacting with them now.
High-five handoff to YHC. We mosey’d to the trunk of my car where I pulled out a 35lb brick and shared what we’d be doing with it. As PAX, it is important that we support on another, doing this workout and I’m ultimately life together. We would be moseying, stopping to perform 5 burpees at various locations, some of the hills of Tega Cay. The Brock, representing, the heavy burdens that each of us carries, would be carried he entire time (not to touch the ground, only handed off to a brother to help when it becomes to much to carry on your own).
A total of 10 stops we’re made prior to ending up at the bottom of one of the nastiest hills I know of in TC..where we performed a Jacobs ladder of burpees. 90+/- burpees were completed for the day.
Mosey back to COT where we met up with the runners. TAP for Olive and his family was on all of our hearts.