There is a lot we need to cover so lets get to it:
#1 The gym will be closed Thursday and for Friday’s morning classes. Friday evening classes are on!
#2 Your challenge this week is an easy one. Restrict yourself at least somewhat. We can’t ask you to not have anything bad for you, like pie, but we will ask that you don’t unravel all the hard work you have been putting in. This can happen on a day like Thanksgiving. So, our tradition in our family is the Turkey Trot in Dallas. We do this because we take the day of from a workout but still need to move somehow because of the food we can take in on this day. You can still sign up for the Turkey Trot by clicking the link.
#3 We cannot say thank you enough to all the members we have. If it weren’t for your continued support and trust & faith you all have in us, then we wouldn’t be able to do what we do. We are thankful for that, truly. We have the opportunity to meet new people and learn so many things about each and every one of you, we think it’s your turn. This week, to change things up, we are doing all the workouts this week together, Performance and Fundamentals, and all will be partner workouts. This will allow you to get to know someone more, on a level you may not have had a chance to do yet. Each workout though, you must have a new partner each time. This will allow you to get to know someone new and possible make a new best friend!
Now lets get to it!
Partner Workout Day 1 (Coed) -Shoulder Strength/Mobility
20:00 AMRAP: -50 Burpee Buy In (each partner has to do at least 10 but you may split them however you’d like) Then -5 Pullups -10 Pushups -15 Squats
The rounds of pullups, pushups and squats may also be broken up however you’d like. Ex: if someone is better at pullups, that person can do all the pullups. The key here is to come up with a plan with your partner to handle this workout.
A local girlscout troop is getting donations of canned goods to give to the Midlothian Senior Food Bank. So, if you have any extra canned goods, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE bring them in. Help someone in need, this is a hard time of the year.