Um, yeah…

Warm-Up:

3 Rounds:

7 Strict Pullups

7 Pistols (Each Leg)

7 Turkish Get-Ups (Each Arm)

Does just getting UP, count? This was my first introduction to the Turkish Giddy Ups, and lo’ not so graceful.

WOD:

I. “Century”

For Time:

100 Kettlebell Swings (53/35)

Rest 5 minutes

II. 100 Burpees

Rest 5 minutes

III. 100 AbMat Situps

Completed: 100 KB swings at 24lbs. Was tempted by the 18, but decided to push instead. Glad I did. The Burpees were BRUTAL, not gonna lie. I was topped out at 85, the clock had run out, and Caleb stepped in, encouraging me to push to a personal PR at 100.  You can do it!  And he was right! Completed 75 situps before the 5pm class was setting up. I was toast. TOAST.

WOD’ing…into the sunset

Ahoy! Adventure awaits! I’m embarking on a journey, driving south to FL. Taking 81 south, through Charlotte. Stopping in Savannah to visit my BFF for a few days. She promises to greet me when I finally arrive with a (close your eyes) chocolate martini. I’ve been fortunate to traverse this beautiful country from East to West and vise versa, but never NY to FL. Very much looking forward to the trip.

Here’s the thing; I’m determined to continue with my current M.O. generated by the 90-DC. Even during some R & R. I’m committed to staying, well, committed. Fortunately, there are some great WODs for the Road posted on the ACF website.

Additionally, being a perpetual googler, there’s two Crossfits, located close to where I’ll be staying in FL. One in Welly, the other PBI. My co-worker suggested I show up and hit the WOD’s hard down there, and then ride off into the sunset. Errrr, I’ll do the best I can.

One primary concern, what to eat on the drive. I’m thinking coffee, copious amounts of water, nuts, beef jerky, green apples. Not necessarily in that particular order.