Numbers steadily increased. Those who could not make the morning classes came in the evening. This worked out great for everyone, and it was dog-friendly, so Jaxon was good to go.
As the headcount increased, so did the need for additional tooling. We added bumpers, bars, dumbbells, a climbing rope, a second "bundle of joy" bicycle, and an outdoor pull-up bar to the mix.
Neighbors started to refer to us as the "stick people" because of the 5-14 athletes dispersed throughout the carport and driveway doing the Burgener warm-up (video, description) or other technique work with PVC dowels. It was not rare to see a group of people running around the block with something in their hands; whether a dumbbell (or two), medicine ball, or barbell, it was sure to bring attention to the hard work going on.
Wednesday crew carrying the December momentum into the new year:
Carry your new year's momentum forward with us.