Backblast: Red, White and Boom Crawdaddy Inspired

So, Crawdaddy cast a little shade on Fourth of July Park as an AO at Sludgefest, saying that it wasn’t as challenging as Ivey Redmond. (To be fair, there was some additional talk about lighting, etc, but YHC tuned it out after hearing the first part….)

So, after a sufficient disclaimer, we mosey to the Cat-de-sac for Warmarama:

  • SSH’s, 25 IC
  • Mountain Climbers, 10 IC
  • Peter Parkers, 10 IC
  • Parker Peters, 10 IC
  • Sun Gods, SS, 15 IC, reverso
  • Abe Vigodas, 10 IC

At this point, Tarde led his band of merry men to Feats of Strength in the Skate Board Park. The Red, White and Boom Pax moseyed to the right field area of the baseball field behind the Kernersville Elementary School.

After partnering up, one Pax worked the exercises while the other ran down the first hill past the “stick that cannot be touched” to the cone. From the cone run up the double hills to the Poison Ivey (Redmond) Tree and return to the cone. Caraoke from the cone to the deer antlers, up the hill to complete 5 Prisoner Get Ups. After completion of the Prisoner Get Ups, the Pax would reverse the entire trip to relieve the partner pax. The exercises were kept at a minimum and looked like this, All Single Count.

  • 200 Merkins
  • 250 Monkey Humpers
  • 300 Imperial Walkers
  • 200 Lunges
  • 250 Plank Jacks
  • 200 Carolina Dry Docks

The “5 Burpee on Train Whistle” was in effect, but, alas, there were no trains on this fine morning.

Time was called, and we moseyed back to the Skate Board Park to join the Feats of Strength pax.

I really hope you got a challenging workout, Crawdaddy, and thank you for thinking of your fellow Pax in encouraging us to “up the game” at Fourth of July Park. Now that we found some elevation, we’ll have to figure out the street light ‘problem’….

As always, it’s an honor to lead and I hope you all got enough.


Dr. Evil

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