“Chelsea” revisited

Monday night we revisited “Chelsea.” Five pull-ups, 10 push-ups, and 15 air-squats every minute on the minute for 30 minutes. I started out doing unassisted kipping pull-ups and kept this up for the first nine rounds. Somewhere during that time I went, on the push-ups, to five regular and five knee push-ups, because I guess the pull-ups were killing the push-ups. After round 9 I switched to jumping pull-ups and eight knee push-ups. Eventually I had to lower my reps on the squats as well, to 12.
Everybody was happy when this workout was over, and those of us who had done a bunch of unassisted pull-ups had ripped, raw calluses on our hands. I’ve been sore ever since. I went back last night (Wednesday) and we did several sets of Sotts presses alternated with dead-hang pull-ups, then some sets of hanging leg-raises (toes to bar), then 100 kettlebell swings (16 kg for me). Three or four of us had also done “Chelsea” on Monday and last night’s pull-ups and KB swings were really hard on the poor sore hands. My hands look really gross, but I found myself showing them to my coworkers just because of the sheer weirdness of it.