I have to start by giving Burt credit for inspiring my workout. He had centered his workout around the 1990’s when he was raised as kid. Myself, being a little older, thought it would be cool to center my workout around when I was born, 1964, so the plan was in motion. We would head to the 60’s for a beatdown. The whole workout was centered around no.1 hits from the Billboard Hot 100 from 1960-1969. The morning looked a little sketchy initially, but the sun broke through a little as the PAX started rolling in with 12 total ready for a beatdown.
-5 Deconstructed Burpees OYO
-1960 – Running Bear, Johnny Preston, January 18th 1960 – Indian Run down the Boardwalk
-1961 – Runaround Sue, Dion, October 23rd 1961 – Each PAX runs around the lighthouse while rest of PAX hold plank
-1962 – Soldier Boy, The Shirelles, May 5th 1962 – Imperial Walkers to Main Street
-1963 – Walk Like A Man, The Four Seasons, March 2nd 1963 – Lunge Walk to next block
-1964 – Hello Dolly, Louis Armstrong, May 9th 1964 – 64 Hello Dolly’s, Mosey to Estuarium
-1965 – Over and Over, The Dave Clark Five, December 25th 1965 – – 65 Erkin’s over to Dip on wall
-1966 – You Keep Me Hanging On, The Supremes, November 19 1966 – Arm hang for 66 seconds
-1967 – Daydream Believer, The Monkees, December 2nd 1967 – 67 Monkey Humpers, Mosey to boat dock
-1968 – Sitting on the Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding, March 16th 1968 – 68 Reverse LBC’s on pier with leg’s over the water
-1969 – Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In, The 5th Dimension, April 12th 1969 – Finish with 69 of each (Merkins, Squats, Calf Raises, LBC’s, SSH’s) wait for all PAX to finish each exercise before starting next one
This workout was a lot of fun. Looking forward to my next Q and how creative I can be.