07/08/2020 - jimmy_dean - Arms, Abs & Everything Else AMRAP

AO: jimmy_dean

When: 07/08/2020

QIC: Queso


Number of Pax: 10

Number of FNGS: 2

Pax Names:

Queso, FNG: Hops, Fast Feet, Titanium, Flip Flops, Chief, FNG: Peanut, Sonic Boom, Wheels, Tex


I was excited for this mid-week workout, knowing two more of my friends were joining me this morning! It was an even better surprise to arrive and see Tex & Wheels there too (usually Saturday FiAs). I met Chief on Monday and I was SO EXCITED to see her out with us again this morning! And I can always count on my M,W,F ladies Fast Feet, Titanium, Sonic Boom & Flip Flops to greet me with a smile and motivation to get.it.done. It makes that 5:00am alarm a little less intrusive when you know you’re going to hang with your peeps! #worthit #bettertogether

I’m still nursing sprained ankle, so I planned a low-impact full body AMRAP for this morning.


40min on / 20 sec off for each of the following exercises. We focused on our arms first with 10 rounds of arms, took a jog, did 10 rounds of abs, another jog, then ended with a little bit of everything. Some favs (haha) were:

Burpees, up/down plank & macarena plank (thanks, Titanium), in/outs, monkey humpers (heard some mumble chatter from Sonic Boom), jump squats, and those flutter kicks were particularly hard after doing the 5 preceeding ab exercises!

We had 2 FNGs today! Welcome Hops (yep, likes beer) and Peanut (she’s cute, tiny and loves peanut M&Ms).


FiA is all about “at your own pace” and doing what you feel good for your own body. Although we motivate each other to show up, motivate each other to push harder and motivate each other to keep going and keep coming, it’s all about becoming the best version of ourselves,

Quote: “Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not who someone else is today.” -Jordan Peterson

Biblical truth: “Pay careful attention to your own work, for then you will get the satisfaction of a job well done, and you won’t need to compare yourself to anyone else.” Galatians 6:4


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