Sunday, January 31, 2010

Feb's Finlandia/FthePainAway


Consider February's Challenge as a pre-test for DC's Army PT Test. The challenge is simply do as many push-ups that you can to Peaches' song and sit-ups to Jean Sibelius' song. You may rest as much as you want/need during the songs. Increase your maximum sets by 10% for both, and you get 3 pts:

1BRS pt = Take diagnostic score
2BRS pts = > 65 Sit-ups AND > 20 Push-ups (must do both)
3BRS pts = Increase BOTH scores by 10%

Let me know if you have any trouble accessing the spreadsheet or downloading the tunes. Good Luck!





5 comments:

  1. Looked up peaches on Wikipedia. She's Canadian and her music was used in Lost in Translation. Both those countries have nationalized health care. That makes her a socialist squared in my book. Obama probably sneaked her across the border to help steal the last election from Real Americans! You're going to have a lot of explaining to do at the next Tea Party meeting Crash! Couldn't you have just picked some Miley?

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  2. Looked up "camel toe" on Wikipedia. Knew it was too long since Crash ran out of nature material and resorted back to gratuitous female body parts.

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  3. Looked up "Border Patrol" on Wikipedia and I doubt Peaches had a hard time sneaking into this country.

    That Peaches pic was the album cover, so I'm innocent of gratuitous female body parts, and besides, I balanced it with a sexy pic of Sibelius (he's much less flattering with a full grown beard).

    As for camel toes, 3 BRS pts for anyone completing the sit-ups then posting a pic of a resulting CT.

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