A guest Functional Fitness workout designed by Seth Crooks. See if you can figure out the title: “3M3C.”
The winner gets a free…oh wait everything is already free on the website. I guess you’ll just get props from your peers for answering first. Just leave a comment.
NEEDED EQUIPMENT: NoneCIRCUIT #1: 3M3C 50 Push-ups .6 mile run X5 CIRCUIT #2 50 Push-ups
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My long time friend, Ken Young, wins! I won’t give it away and since he emailed me instead of commenting, you can still be the first to comment and get it right.
Ken just moved up to “Back-up Ninja” status
Woo-Hoo! Back-up Ninja! I am on a role now…bring it on. now, if I could only do that many pushups….
Am I close with “3 miles (running), 3 centuries (push ups)”?
3 miles, 3 chunders? 🙂
Matt & Shane, you are both close. “3M” stands for 3 miles. Off on the rest. In fact, I have no idea what a chunder is! 🙂
Ok, I googled Chunder (vomit). Probably a good description, but not what Seth had intended for “3C”
Pete, it also shows up in the Men at Work classic “Down Under”. You’re welcome on the free vocabulary lesson. 🙂
M3 = 3 MILES
3C = C=100 IN ROMAN NUMERALS
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