Happy Thanksgiving! Do you have what it takes for “The Gobble Gauntlet”?

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Happy Thanksgiving! Do you have what it takes for "The Gobble Gauntlet"?

Happy Thanksgiving! Do you have what it takes for “The Gobble Gauntlet”?

“The Gobble Gauntlet”

800m Run

50 Sit Ups

800m Run

40 Air Squats

800m Run

30 Burpees

800m Run

20 Push Ups

800m Run

10 Split Squat Jumps

 

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year.  It’s a day of hanging out with family and friends while enjoying good food and football.  Many people do Turkey Trots or get up and walk the beach together before digging into a bountiful feast.  Hopefully you’ve got something planned.  If you don’t … try the Gobble Gauntlet with your friends.  Get outside and be active before relaxing for the rest of the day.  

 

During the holidays you may be traveling or away from a gym, so be sure to stay active and get creative with your workouts.  Today is supposed to be a rest day, but this can count as active rest especially if you’re doing it for fun with friends and family.  Keep a consistent pace and keep pushing.  This is a good one to work on your endurance.

 

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