What if, when the zombies do come, they attack and eat robots instead of people? That way, all of the robots that have cost people their jobs will be either eaten by zombies or too busy fighting the zombies to produce anything, freeing up those positions for people to go back to work doing robot tasks?
Robots will still be helping us, because they’ll be keeping the zombies in check.
Not any more outlandish than any of the other zombie scenarios you can come up with.
I worked up a re-vamped version of the Circle of Death Workout for The Missus to try out at the gym yesterday, and she said it was pretty tough. I’m trying to make it a little more focused on sprints instead of distance. I still like the version I posted before which began and ended with a two mile run that was completely wrecked by the exercises preceding it, but doing the Crossfit 1/2 Murph the other day was a little too similar, so I looked for a way to make a variation.
In the spirit of recent events, I think I’ll call this one “Zombie Sprints”.
The running track at my gym is 1/10 mile, so it’s built around that, but you can change the distances for the run to fit your needs.
10 Reps For Time
Rep 1: Run 4 laps (.4 miles) then perform 10 pull ups, 10 pushups, 10 squats, 10 burpees, and a 1 minute plank
Rep 2: Run 4 laps (.4 miles) then perform 9 pull ups, 9 push ups, 9 squats, 9 burpees, and a 1 minute plank
Rep 3: Run 4 laps (.4 miles) then perform 8 pull ups, 8 push ups, 8 squats, 8 burpees, and a 1 minute plank
And so on, down to 1…
The planks are 1 minute as long as they aren’t broken, but every time a plank is broken you add an extra 15 seconds of plank (2 minute max). So you can drop it if you want, but it will mean 15 more seconds of plank. Not worth it to me.
The total run for this workout is 4 miles, just like the one I posted before, but the miles are broken up to encourage a faster pace.
We’ll see how it goes.