The Oasis (Close Park)

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Date(s) - 02/22/2020
6:30 am - 7:30 am

The Q:

Close Park


boot camp, Toledo

Boot camp style workout.

Typical routine: warm-up with Merkins, stretching, side-straddle-hops, etc.  Then proceed to the playground equipment and/or field for running mixed with strength training.  Finish off with the C.O.P (circle of pain) for merkins, planks, ab work, supermans, etc.

SATURDAYS always followed up with 2nd F (fellowship) at Executive Diner on Sylvania.

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  1. Matt Yarder
    Matt Yarder says:

    QIC – Stark
    PAX – Gap, Leglamp, Beaker, Ticket, Chanel, Old Crow, Bourbon, Extra Extra, Sipe, Valdez

    The Thang – ?QLUE?

    Game Rules
    Setup: 12 Suspect PAX, 12 Exercises, 12 Sites. Randomly take one of each category and store in envelope. Place Remaining cards in center of exercise stations.

    Objective: Figure out which PAX finally broke GAP down, at what SITE, and by doing what EXERCISE.

    Each PAX randomly selects a sheet with suspects, exercises, and sites. Their sheet will have a number indicating their turn order. When Q signifies the start of the first round. All PAX head to any station to perform workout indicating. Once completing workout, the PAX may bear crawl or lunge walk to center and select a card. Then run to next station and perform another exercise. PAX CANNOT repeat exercise until they have completed each station. Once all cards have been removed from middle the round is over, PAX return to middle and hold plank. PAX with the turn order indicating number 1 will make the first “suggestion”. Then in sequential order the PAX with the next turn marker will either PASS, indicating they cannot dispute the suggestion, or SHOW the suggesting PAX only 1 of their cards that may dispute their “suggestion”. Once the suggestion is disputed all cards are put back in the middle and new round begins. Repeato until cards are drawn once again, and without repeating same exercises. Now PAX with turn indicator 2 makes a suggestion. Keep repeating rounds of exercises, suggestions, and disputes until a PAX thinks they can make an accusation. In order to make an accusation, PAX must complete 50 Yard Burpee Broad Jump. Once they complete the Burpee Broad Jump the round stops. The PAX’s accusation is made, and if not disputed, will pull the cards out of the envelope. If he is correct, he will reveal the cards and is deemed the winner! If his accusation is incorrect, he must replace cards back into envelope without showing fellow PAX and perform a 30 burpee penalty and is disqualified from any more guesses.

    Battle Ropes (30 seconds)
    Curls (15 single arm or 30 double arm)
    Pull-Ups (20)
    Sandbag Squats (25)
    American Hammers (20 with Sledgehammer or 40 without -2 is 1)
    Squat Thrusters (20)
    Man Maker Burpees (15)
    Monkey Humpers (40)
    Gerkins (25)
    Lifting Jugs – aka Lateral Shoulder Raises (20)
    Dirty Hook-Ups (15)
    Hello Dolly’s (40)

    It was quickly discovered that this is a warm weather beatdown. Despite all the preparation, the use of gloves to pickup card and mark off your sheets was a challenge.
    All in all though the PAX really enjoyed the concept. Have a few tweaks to up the ante for next round…and there will be a next round!

    So who did it? Who finally broke GAP? And who figured it out?
    Well it could not have played out any better. Leglamp got down to the final moments to make a guess and started his Burpee Broad Jump to make the accusation. But GAP ran over to challenge the finish. And with a come from behind push, GAP crossed the finish line first! He then was able to correctly identify the culprit. It was in fact GAP HIMSELF, at the CADDY SHACK, from LIFTING JUGS! Gap was the only man who was able to take himself out!

    Really enjoyed putting this workout/game together. Had a ton of fun. Big Props to my CO-Q in spirit, pun intended, CASPER. He had the concept and helped define the game mechanics but unfortunately was under the weather on the morning of the workout.

    COR, NOR, Leglamp was the 6. Prayers, as we often need, for the health and well being of our loved ones.

    Always an Honor
    Always my Pleasure


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