Savannah’s Most Popular Workout

What began as a few men meeting up at 0530 on a friday to run and workout intermittently has turned into Savannah’s most popular workout.  With 7 pax in tow, attendance was a shade under the all-time record of 10, but strong none-the-less.  The shuffle allows for great chatter, a number of conversations from illicit substances to jazz trumpet to work out based trivia.  The mass of men shuffled through Ardsley Park on a quiet Friday morning, as sea fog rolled in to the coastal empire.  Luckily we had a river captain with us.

Warm Up:
40 ssh IC

Run about a mile
10 Crab Cakes IC
10 hip thrusters, alternating legs IC
Run about a mile
2 Sets of Laney Lu’s
(Hold the V up position for a 10 count IC, roll to your right, low plank for 10 count IC, then 5 merkins IC)
Run about a mile
1 set of ATMs
(10 Alternating shoulder taps IC, 10 Tempo Merkins IC, 10 fast merkins oyo)

BOM: Count off, Name Off, Pledge, Prayer

Moleskin:  Prayers were sent to the classmate of Sandbar’s son, 12 year old diagnosed with Luekemia.
A friendly wager was made between Hamm and Matlock, regarding ACC basketball.  NC State plays UVA this weekend.  For every point State scores above 60, Matlock does a burpee.  For every point under 60, Hamm does a burpee.  Monday should be fun.  YHC despises the pack line defense.  Down with the hoos.

One thought on “Savannah’s Most Popular Workout

  1. Twinkle

    Isn’t our record 11?
    Isn’t the river captain named Sandbar for a reason?

    Crab Cakes were dumb and slippery.

    The Hip Thrusters were improperly instructed so everyone was doing them different.

    The Q should remember not to be drawn into the Light when he says Roll Right and he rolls left toward the Light.

    Running is still dumb!

    And no mention of the 9min pace you had us going. Again, as Sandbar declared…”we got our face pace in for the month”.

    On a side note: It is probably one of the most enjoyable times together for the mumblechatter.

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