RETURN OF THE TABATA!
Since YHC’s award winning Cluster Q (that’s right, I got a medal) I retired the Tabata workout until I felt that I could really do it justice. Well after minutes of planning, I felt like I was ready to try it again. I sent out a message on GroupMe inviting everyone to attend because it was going to be glorious (only 8 PAX including YHC showed). No matter, it was still a well-organized beatdown.
- Mosey to parking lot entrance of Brick City
- Burpee Broad jump to island 1
- Lunge to island 2
- Burpee Broad jump to island 3
- Lunge to island 4
- Grab a cinderblock and circle up
7 exercises with 7 sets and 7 cycles
YHC realized his mistakes from last time.
- I tried to complicate the count by adding in random sets and cycles causing me to lose count
- If I had paid for the app, I could do a lot cooler stuff (I refuse to pay for the app)
Once in the app, I couldn’t go back to my notepad to see my exercises so I tasked the PAX to each remember an exercise.
- Over-head press (crowd pleaser)
- Chest Press
- Big Boys
- Upright rows
Judge Judy tried to test my mind (and won) by calling out a different exercise than I asked him to remember. He blurted out Flutter-Kicks (which I originally had on there). I called out how we were going to do them when he said that it was actually hammers. This might be the only negative, or cluster Q, type of event that happened
- Mosey back to Clinic
- 15 IC Merkins
- 10 IC Wide Arm Merkis
- 15 IC Reach-throughs
- Reach through stretches
Every PAX in attendance was in awe of how well put together my Q was. I’d like to thank my former life coach, Woodchip, for never giving up on me. (Just kidding, he dropped me like a sack of Arnold’s fresh castrated bull nuts. Speaking of which, Arnold recently asked Woody to be his life coach and neither of them where there….interesting.
T-claps to Groundblind for doubling down and wearing a ruck the whole time. Remind me to message your Cadre for your upcoming Heavy so I can let him know how easy it’s going to be for you.
Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to support me this morning Bodybag. Especially considering you worked out before my last one and left before I got there.
I asked the PAX to try and identify God moving though moments in our lives and speaking directly to what our souls need in that time.