09/15/2021 - the_mud_room - Glutes and Ladders
AO: The M.U.D room
Number of Pax: 12
Number of FNGS: 0
Signs, Miyagi, Natya, Titanium, Sweet Treat, Broadway, Boxer, 5G, Breezy, Flip Flops, Nemo, Bollywood
Warmup – roll head, roll shoulders, arm circles, 10 rocket squats, 10 rocket toe touches, runners did 1 big lap and walkers went to the stairs and up/down 3x
We started with a glute routine from the internet (the hub of the knowledge of all things). With our feet elevated on a chair, we did 12 ‘marches’ (left leg, right leg), 20 glute bridges, 12 narwhals each leg, ‘air running’ like an elevated glute bridge with a bicycle leg 1 at a time, and a 15 second bridge x3
Up next was an uncharacteristic choice for this Q… a LADDER! I guess I was channeling Queso… ; )
15 Arnold Press
20 Shoulder Taps LR=1
25 Jump Squats
30 Hammer Curls
35 Walking Lunges L=1, R=1
40 Tricep Ext.
45 Door Knobs
60 second plank
50 Jumping Jacks
45 Calf Raises
40 Tricep Kickbacks
35 Weighted sidebend
30 Jello shots L=1, R=1
15 Boat Canoe
10 Hip Dips
5 Up/down plank
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