Tomorrow marks the 249th anniversary of Pontiac’s War, North America’s first multi-tribal resistance to European colonization, and the 29th anniversary of the birth of Moya, quirky black girl crunk feminist queerfitter extraordinaire. We celebrate both with a special workout that needs you to make go go go.

The multi-tribal resistance of the Pontiac War is remembered only in bits – smallpox-infested blankets, scalping, a game of lacrosse acting as cover for the opening surprise attack – and I am oh so eager to give my usual Asperger-fueled mini-history lesson, but alas, I am on multi-contract deadlines and so must resort to linking to: this short piece in American Heritage that traces the origin of the war to the execution of an unnamed Ottawan woman, hanged for killing her master; and this fantastically weird video set to the tune of Black Eyed Peas’ Where is the Love? featuring the lyric: The indigenous community banded together, fought back hard and gave it all they had, worked as a team (team! work!)

I mean, what else is there to say? It has 49 views. If you make it 50 views, you know the drill: click play, stand up out of your chair, and do squats! Team! Work!

See you tomorrow at our usual spot in the mini-park just north of the Inman Park MARTA station, 10:00 sharp.  Don’t forget to bring your sweater vest, weight vest, and friends. Can’t wait for tomorrow’s workout.  Awesome doesn’t start to describe it.