March 13, 2020

Huck the Hill!- again

It was a balmy 53 or 57 or something like that.  And it was dark.

Folks were disclaimed and welcomed to Barnum’s F3-Ring Circus over the cacophony of ‘To The Shock Of Miss Louise” calliope music.

Warm-up was a 30 count of each leg in a Starting Block stretch, 20 Side Straddle Hops, 10 Daisy Pickers, 15 Imperial Walkers, a quick lap around the light pole islands, and an overhead carry of Slam Balls to the Hill.

All PAX did descending counts of 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 Assisted ‘Mer’cans, alternated with a Huck of their Slam Balls down the Hill.  Then the same system with Walk Downs (starting in a standing position and with legs as straight as possible, hand walk down to a plank position, ‘Mer’can, and hand walk back up) Then Burpees, and ending with Big Boy Sit Ups.  You’d be surprised how much time such a thing takes.

The Mary was an experimental activity with the slam balls.  The workable exercise is to form a queue, with alternating PAX holding slam balls.  The slam balls are slammed behind the PAX, and everyone except the PAX at the Back advances via Lunges.  The PAX at the back grabs the last slam ball and runs to the front of the line.  This went on for the rest of the workout and was pretty good.  We’ll be using it again next time.  “Don’t Clump Up”

4 PAX- Jail Bait, Mudslide, Windex, Barnum

Things happen, and there’s naught you can do about it most times, as things tend to come out of the blue.  How you deal with them and what you shape them into is your thing.

I worry that the Huck The Hill is so convenient and fun (to me at least) that I won’t be motivated to create a different Q at #ao bullseye.  Having said that, the typically smaller group at bullseye makes it great for trying out new exercises with short response time and easy modification.

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