7 PAX came together for a Tabata-style workout made up of 7 stations. It was a nice 70 degrees and clear skies this morning…perfect weather for a workout!
LAC (5 IC Front and Back), BAC (5 IC Front and Back), Circles overhead (5 IC then 5 IC switch directions)
Chicken Scoops (bend over and scoop up a chicken with one leg straight, stand up, then bend over and switch legs – I learned this move while in Summerville) 🙂
TTT (stand up and clap behind back)
There were 7 stations in a circle on the football field. Everyone put their water in the middle where you could go between stations any time you needed. In groups of 2-3, we began at different stations and made our way around the circle. There were 2 exercises written on a bag at each station along with a different way to travel to the next station. We alternated between each exercise for 20 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest for 4 minutes at each station.
Station 1 – Shoulder Taps & Flutter Kicks (Travel to Station 2 by Cherry Pickers)
Station 2 – Bicycle Crunches & Side Lunges (Travel to Station 3 by Bear Crawls)
Station 3 – Monkey Humpers & Russian Twists (Travel to Station 4 by Duck Walks)
Station 4 – Burpees & Squats (regular or Sumo) (Travel to Station 5 by Crab Walks)
Station 5 – Push-Ups & Air-Write “Random Acts of Light” with legs (Travel to Station 6 by Camel Walk – like Bear Crawls but straight arms and legs)
Station 6 – Peter Parkers & Donkey Kicks (Travel to Station 7 by Walking Lunges)
Station 7 – Sparky Crabs (from Crab Walk position, lift and touch opposite hand and foot) & Sit-Ups (Travel to Station 1 by Crawl Bear – Bear Crawl backwards…lead with your feet first)
Count off and Name-o-rama
Announcements – F3/FiA Family Workout at LHS at 7:30am on Saturday
We’re collecting items for Lighthouse for Life
Sometimes it takes one gentle word or small token to help hold back the darkness. On June 13, National Random Act of Light Day encourages us to bring light into the lives of someone we know with cancer by surprising them with an act of kindness.
Receiving the news that the diagnosis is cancer is one of the darkest moments a person can have. As part of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walks fundraising campaign, National Random Acts of Light takes part in the fundraising by shining a light on the importance of finding cures and providing access to treatments for blood cancer patients.
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. ~ Edith Wharton
Take a friend fishing or bring them their favorite cup of coffee. Sometimes a visit, a walk or a fresh bouquet of flowers is what brings the light into the room. Usually, the surprise will create all the sparkle you were expecting and more.
LET HIS LIGHT SHINE THROUGH YOU!!!