4 men braved the fresh powder in the park named after Alexander von Humboldt.
We started with the warm up at the Boathouse:
Imperial Walkers x 10 IC
Don Quixote x10 IC
5 Finger Death Punches x 15 IC (from a wide squat punches with finger spreads at the end)
Groiners x 10 IC
High Knees x 20 IC
Abe Vigodas x 10 IC
Butt Kickers x 20 IC
Toe taps x 20 IC
Mosey through the park past the statue of von Humboldt, the ballsy bison, National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts Culture, and Allstate turf soccer field followed by
Australian Snow Angels x 10 IC
Dips x 25
Mosey down Luis Munoz Marin Drive past the basketball courts and batting cages to the corner of division for
Bonnie Blairs x 20
Merkins x 20
Mosey across Division to the Thang at Bunker Hill
11’s with burpees at the bottom and star jumps at the top with a bear crawl up and careful jog down. I unfortunately underestimated the time requirement and we did not finish our 11’s in the allotted time.
Mosey back to Boathouse and finish with 20 American Hammers IC.
Much respect to the Men who braved the near 0 temperature and got to enjoy the fluffy snow bearcrawling up the sledding hill.
I shared a quote from Marcus Aurelius Meditations “When you arise in the morning, think of what a privilege it is to be alive, to think, to enjoy, to love”.