TWoZ: Day 3
9 PAX posted in the misty gloom for the third day of the Zamboni apocalypse…a search and rescue that might wreck them. The Q came early to set up & was eager to see if the mission would be accomplished within the given time, so we got right to it.
Mosey around bathrooms
Be the first team to collect the supplies and return to the start
- All exercises are cumulative (# PAX on team X # of reps = total reps)
- Team 1 starts with the KB and rotates to Team 2 after reading first clue
- One PAX has to hold Billy overhead while teammates do exercises
- If Team finishes exercise and next team is somewhere else, run Billy to the next team
- If no team finishes before alarm sounds, everyone receives Punishment
Exercise 1: #PAX*30 burpees
First clue: What was the inspiration for this AO’s name?
Answer: Grizzly bear bridge on the playground
Exercise 2: #PAX*40 WWII sit ups
Second clue: “break up with your ex” + “shaken, not ___”
Exercise 3: #PAX*50 werkins
Third clue: the place you hope to beat the Monstars (Space Jam reference)
Exercise 4: #PAX*60 Air Squats
Fourth clue: I have no voice, yet I tell you where this park begins
Answer: BSP sign by 116th Street
Exercise 5: #PAX*70 SSH
Fifth clue: past the park, across the street, on a hill
Answer: Past the park, across the street, on the hill
Find baby & return to the wall!
Punishment: 5 PAX*20 (aka 100) second wall sit
Gas Pumps x25 ic
Low Dolly x25 ic
Rosalita x25 ic
YHC had the hardest time planning this Q…staying up past 2400 and waking before 0500, but loving every second of it. The original plan included mental puzzles and team challenges, but that will have to wait for another day. Khaki & Nomad’s perfect attendance competition made them the prime candidates for the two team captains…and Khaki’s razzing Nomad after his team’s victory I’m sure will return to him 10X on Nomad’s next Q. The moment of truth came when Khaki decided to lead his team to the Brooks School Park sign on Brooks School Road and Team 1 decided to follow suit over exploring the area around the 116th Street sign. It was neck and neck the entire 45 minutes, with PAX returning to the start only TWO MINUTES before the timer that would have ended in a much more severe punishment for all PAX (180 cumulative man-makers). Luckily, these warriors are still able to experience the joys of soreness from all of the other beatdowns this week. Tomorrow brings a fun-filled 45-minute beatdown showcasing all of our [least] favorite exercises for Throwback Thursday.