Rev was harassing the PAX last Friday looking for fresh Qs. He got tired of 3 days in one week of M&M. Fair enough. I had signed up for this spot a month ago, before Rev got perturbed. But the list is now a little fuller. Still, we can use some more volunteers to Q.
There are real advantages to Q-ing. You get to pick the music. You can push the PAX as hard as YOU want, instead of being pushed by someone else past where you want to go. I find that I usually have a little extra adrenalin when I Q. If someone else did the same workout as I did, it would seem tougher to me than if I was the Q.
Plus, today, I didn’t want to get wet so I could decide to do everything under shelter. Another Q might have made us do Mary in the water.
We continue to challenge Kiefer’s musical knowledge. Kiefer: who sings “Crosstown Traffic”? (You’d think they teach that stuff at Georgia.) By the way, Foo and Rev are encyclopedias of musical knowledge. They’ve forgotten more music than I ever knew.
Started off with:
8 dragon Merkins
15 Imperial Squat Walker
12 Wind Mills
8 Stagger Arm right
8 Stagger Arm left
15 Reverse Lunges
To the Front Porch for
Angry Donkeys (11s with people’s chair-air press and donkey kicks)
11s with balls to the wall toe taps and Prisoner get ups
By this point, the FIA ladies where leaving the temple
So we went to the Temple:
Partner up and:
Partner 1 Planks while Partner 2 does 20 Situps and flapjack
Then, a Merkin ladder to 7 and back down
Rails for pole smokers
10 Burpees OYO
Finished up with a little Mary and stretching
I felt young today. We had Herr Pferd, Herr Geld, Robin Hood, Hollywood and Lalanne. Welcome Hollywood! This was his first time here. And he’s coming back!
Teal Diva this weekend
Valdez has Splinter Group
DRM turned 65
Rev with message of Faith.