Sometimes the toughest part of the workout is figuring out your score at the end. It often involves some addition, multiplication, fractions and combining kilos with pounds. Josh put a cool twist on the workout today by seeing who in the group could memorize a list of random items and then repeat them back, in order, after the workout. Did anyone do it?......
With a partner for time:
200 wall balls, 200 kettle bell swings, and 100 partner med ball sit ups. One partner working at a time. If the med ball or kettle bell touches the ground, or if someone has to stop to rest, both partners must push a weighted sled 50 feet before resuming work.
Bonus mental cookie: I gave the class three minutes to memorize a list of ten random items before the workout then quizzed them after the workout to see how many they could recall in order.
CFSCC Holiday party: December 13th at the Point Chophouse