Q: 2 percent
PAX: Zeus, Pop Fly, Bluegrass, Peanuts, Shogun
WARMUP: SSH, Imperial Walkers, Willy Mays Hays, Cherry Pickers, Arm Circles, Moroccan Night Clubs, Michael Phelps, Downward Dog, Kobra Kai, World’s Greatest Stretch
THE THANG: (Concrete blocks) Step ups – 20+1 merkin, Dips – 20+1 merkin, Body Weight Squats – 20+1 merkin,
(Stadium) Ran the steps, Racoon crawled the straight aways + 1 merkin at the bottom of each set of stairs (Football Field) Get the Led Out – Sprints to the 51 yard line – 8x Bear crawl Ricky Bobby to the 51 yard line +1 merkin
Broad jump burpees 51 yard line to the goal line +1 merkin
Flying Nuns goal line to the 51 yard line +1 merkin
MARY: Flutter Kicks, Box Cutters, Nolan Ryans
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Cornhole Tourney TBD, 9/11 Stair Climb, Prayers for Banner on speedy recovery, prayers for BlueGrass’ friend who is going through a rough period in his life, don’t forget to reach out to your friends.
COT: Running backs are always taught to keep their legs moving when they hit resistance. To fall forward on the play. To earn that extra yard. Why? Even though that 1 extra yard may seem miniscule in it’s immediate impact during the game. Positive yardage adds up. Think of a running back who gets 20 carries a game for 1 yard each carry. Only 20 total yards, right? But 20 yards is also 2 first downs. Those 2 first downs can mean the difference between a win or a loss. A championship, or a first runner up.
The power of cumulative behavior can and will have an impact on everything that you do. Good or bad. Keep pushing yourself to get that extra yard.