• When: 5/7/18
  • Workout Style: Boot Camp
  • QIC: Gertrude & Pedro
  • PAX: Big Mic, Steamer, Second Mile, Lassie, Deebo, Aflac, Nipple Shot, Duck "MyTSharp" Butter, Plunger, Misty, Thunder Bob, Hot Lava, Twitty, Bunion, Blue Cross, Mee Mee, Immigrant, Monkey Wrench, Pedro, Rooney, Jang-A-Lang, Bedsore, Wilson, Bayliner, Suitcase, Puddles, Reef Donkey, Boss Tweed, Crikey (fng)
  • AO: Back Blasts, Band of Brothers, Morehead City, Sanitary Parking Lot, Table Setter

Thirty pax met this morning for what was promised to be an old school table setter, which is pretty much what happened. Big Mic brought an FNG from South Africa and the Cartericans, not knowing the difference between South Africa, Britain or Australia (because once you are from off, does it really matter where you are from?), settled on the F3 name “Crikey”. It turns out that Crikey’s American tour has been pretty impressive (see if you can figure out which stop doesn’t seem to fit with the rest), including DC, New York, Niagara Falls, Key Largo, Miami, Orlando, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Denali, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Morehead City.  Due to time constraints, some portions of the usual intro were given and we were off for a . . .

ROLLING WARMARAMA

First stop – 3 burpees for Deebo, 3 burpees for Duckbutter, then 15 SSHs IC

Second stop – 15 cotton pickers IC

Third stop (where we picked up the Band of Brothers) – 15 Sun Gods IC forward, 15 in reverse

Fourth stop at the Jaycee Park stage – Merkin’s Dog: 10 + 10

It was then time for . . .

THING ONE – DORA THE BEAR

One partner bear crawled from the stage to the gazebo and back while the other partner exercised for a total of:

100 dips, 100 Irkins, 100 step ups, all SC

We then hit the road for . . .

THING TWO

Run a block then 5 hand-release merkins x 5 blocks, and then a one block mosey to the Shevans tennis courts for . . .

THING THREE – AMRAP

One partner ran two down and backs while the other partner AMRAP’d the following exercises

Burpees, WWIs, Wojo Squats, LBCs, Merkins, Carolina Drydocks

Options were given for the return trip, either run back on Evans or get in two lines on Shepard for an Indian Run. The pax met at the point of the jib (the halyard?) and were given instructions to either circle up for some ab work or head down Evans and pick up the six. We actually had to yell for Boss Tweed to hold up as he had beaten us back.  Xs & Os, LSFs IC and box cutters IC (Nipple) were called, and then we jail breaked back to the flag just in time for a 6:15am hard stop.

MOLESKIN

The best thing about today was that both Duckbutter’s and Nipple Shot’s 2.0s were in attendance, which drastically reduced their ability to make inappropriate mumble chatter.  T-claps to Thunder Bob and Hot Lava for posting on a school day, and more importantly for keeping their Dads in line for the Q.

In know I promised no more than 2.2 miles and that it ended up being 2.8, so I apologize for that, but I swear I didn’t think the AMRAPs on the tennis courts would account for almost a mile of running.

If you haven’t voted yet, tomorrow is the day. As always, it was an honor to lead, and I hope to see a good number of you in Beaufort tomorrow.

-Gertrude

 

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