Not sure, but I think the word is out that we managed to secure some bars and bumpers for our temporary workout space, because we had a great turn-out for class on Sunday. However, we consequently had to change things up a bit to accommodate the big class but limited equipment.
OK, so there was quite a bit of prep work that went into the process before we ever got to the workout. After breaking class off into groups of 6 people, crews began to work through the prep work which included (1) pause clean pulls, (2) hang power shrug, (3) hang power high-pull, and (4) hang power cleans. Once cleans were on the menu, everyone started to add pounds to the bar, working their way towards a weight they could use for high reps during a met-con. Oddly enough, that met-con followed shortly.
Each team of six divided themselves into pairs, and each pair started on a different exercise. Once each pair had completed all reps of the three exercises, the entire team went out on a block run (800m). Teams continued in this fashion for 30 min, attempting to complete as many rounds as possible.
It was great to have such a large class on a warm, but grey and misty Sunday. While we might not have the room or equipment we will, or even did in the near past, we do have a community willing to give us a few extra moments to adapt the workouts to our unique situation. Cheers, and see you all this week!