Gus from The Life and Times of Bunnies would like to remind you this Easter:
Dirk and Greta heartily second this message. Bunnies are not much different from a dog or cat, in that they need quite a bit of attention, room to run and play, and a good ten-year (or more if you're lucky) commitment. Just because they're little and cute doesn't mean that they make a good pet for a small child. Research whether you really want pet rabbits, understand what that entails, and if you still want them, please adopt them from an animal rescue. See the House Rabbit Society for lots more information, and remember there are often bunnies up for adoption at your local Humane Society as well.
Thanks! All this PSA stuff is tiring, so time for a nap now.
Today I'm going to do Open Sectionals WOD#5.
As prescribed it is:
AMRAP in 20 minutes of:
5 power cleans 145/100#
10 toes to bar
15 wall ball 20#,10' target/14#, 9' target
My plan is to scale it to this:
For 20 minutes do:
5 power cleans 65#
10 toes to bar (switch to KTE when needed)
15 dumbbell thrusters 10#
I'm subbing the dumbbell thrusters for wall ball because there's no place to do wall ball in the weight room without breaking something. And I really don't want to get in trouble for breaking something. We'll see how it goes. Mike gets to do the real version tomorrow, and I'll be there to cheer him on.