Well … it’s Groundhog Day … Again

AO: The Patriot

QIC: Lucius

THE PAX:
Cable Guy; Choo Choo; Citrus; Fish Fry; Lazlo; Shirley; Spokes; Undertow; Wedding Singer

THE WARM UP:
SSH; LBAC; Rockettes; Downward Dog; Cobra;

THE THANG:
To celebrate Groundhog Day (and the classic 1993 film of the same name), the PAX performed the following:

– Burpees to “I’ve got you, babe.” Pax performed a burpee each time Sonny or Cher sang the words “I’ve got … .” BWS between burpees.
– Mosey around field, stopping to perform 24x Alternating Shoulder Taps (IC), 24x Tempo Merkins, 24x Merkins; 24x BWS (IC); 24x Lunge Steps; 24x Calf Raises.

– Burpees to “I’ve got you, babe.” Pax performed a burpee each time Sonny or Cher sang the words “I’ve got … .” BWS between burpees.

– PAX performed 12x Alternating Shoulder Taps (IC), 12x Tempo Merkins, 12x Merkins; 12x BWS (IC); 24x Lunge Steps; 24x Calf Raises.

– Burpees to “I’ve got you, babe.” Pax performed a burpee each time Sonny or Cher sang the words “I’ve got … .” Air Press between burpees.

– PAX performed 12x Carolina Dry Docks, 12x Air presses (IC), 12x Merkins; 12x BWS (IC); 24x Lunge Steps; 24x Calf Raises.

– Burpees to “I’ve got you, babe.” Pax performed a burpee each time Sonny or Cher sang the words “I’ve got … .” Air Press, BWS, or Overhead Clap between burpees.

THE MARY:
24x Flutter Kicks (IC); 12x Toy soldiers (IC); 12x J.Los; 12x plank Jacks (IC)

THE COT:

Groundhog Day–which featured Bill Murray’s character repeatedly reliving the same day–seems a movie for our times. Like Murray’s character, PAX inn quarantine face limits on our daily experiences, what we do, and with whom we interact. Last March, many, like Murray’s character, attempted self-improvement–learning new skills, spending time differently, and modifying routines. Nearly one year in, some of this effort has subsided (at least for YHC). As we enter quarantine 2.0, consider what half-done self-improvement projects you should resume and what you should add.

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