• Patrick Burke

TC KIDS 20.3


For time:

16 Mountain climbers

40 Broomstick jumps

20 Walking lunge steps

30 Broomstick jumps

15 Walking lunge steps

20 Broomstick jumps

10 Walking lunge steps

10 Broomstick jumps

5 Walking lunge steps

8 Mountain climbers


All divisions:

Broomstick or PVC on the ground

Score is the total time taken to complete the workout.


This workout begins with the athlete standing at the mountain climbers station. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the athlete will do the “buy in” set of mountain climbers. Once complete, they will move to the first set of broomstick or PVC jumps. Once complete, they will move to the first set of walking lunge steps. The athlete will continue progressing through the workout, completing each exercise before moving forward. The workout is complete when the final “cash out” set of mountain climbers is complete.


  • Broomstick or PVC to jump over.

For each workout, be sure the athlete has adequate space to safely complete all the movements. Clear the area of all extra equipment, people or other obstructions. Any athlete who in any way alters the equipment or movements described in this document or shown in the workout video may be disqualified from the competition.


NA. However, please feel free to video and tag @mbsturkeychallenge and #turkeychallenge2020 so we can see the effort!


Mountain climbers - This movement is done in a plank position on the hands. The athlete will pull one knee up and in toward the midsection touching the toe at a higher place on the ground. They will then alternate the action with the other knee. A repetition is counted EACH time the knee/foot come ups and toes touch the ground.

Broomstick jumps - A broomstick or PVC will be placed on the ground and the athlete will jump from two feet to the other side of the stick. A rep is counted once both feet land on the other side of the stick.

Walking lunge steps - This is a standard walking lung where the athlete will begin in a standing position, then take a step forward to where the trailing knee “kisses” the ground, then step forward back into the standing position. Using hands on the knees to assist the get up is not allowed.

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