Conditions: 61 degrees; 97 % humidity; dark
14 PAX gathered in the glorious gloom of Strut looking to get better than they were a day before. YHC heard their cries and attempted to assist them with that process. So, YHC decided to have some fun today, and do a little work as well.
No bunnies were injured in this workout.
First, today’s musical selection, from the vault , in celebration of the live show tonight, here is Mammoth:
Disclaimer, opening prayer, and a slow mosey to school parking lot for COP:
- 20 SSHs (IC)
- 20 Squats (IC)
- 15 TTTs (IC)
- 15 Windmills (IC)
- 20 Flutter kicks (IC)
- 20 LBCs (IC)
- 10 Merkins (IC)
- 10 Plank Jacks (IC)
- 20 Overhead Claps.
Mosey to tennis courts and partner up for the Main Thang:
Round 1 – Partner 1 (hereinafter “P1”) runs suicides to the far doubles sideline while Partner 2 (hereinafter “P2”) does LBCs; flap jack; plank when both are finished and wait for the 6. Each partner makes 2 trips.
Round 2 – P1 runs suicides to the far doubles sideline while P2 does Merkins; flap jack; plank when both are finished and wait for the 6. Each partner makes 2 trips.
Round 3 – P1 runs suicides to the far doubles sideline while P2 does Explosive Squats; flap jack; plank when both are finished and wait for the 6. Each partner makes 2 trips.
Round 4 – P1 runs suicides to the far doubles sideline while P2 does Burpees; flap jack; plank when both are finished and wait for the 6. Each partner makes 1 trip.
Long mosey to the planters near the concession stand and take the escalator up:
10 decline merkins (aka “the hard ones”), 20 dips, 30 calf raises, 40 incline merkins (aka “the easy ones”), and 50 squats (OYO); plank and wait for the 6.
Now take the escalator down:
50 squats, 40 incline merkins, 30 calf raises, 20 dips, and 10 decline merkins; plank and wait for the 6.
Jailbreak up the hill and circle up for Mary:
- 51 LBCs (IC)
- 15 Ray Charles (IC)
- 15 Stormy Daniels (IC)
Rally ‘round the SF for COT, BOM, and closing prayer.
Naked Moleskin: Another great effort by the StrutBrigade. Cooler weather is upon us, at least for a week or so, let’s apply the EH’s, reach out to those we haven’t seen in a while and post somewhere.
Prayers and Praises:
- Spoken and unspoken
- Bones has his RESPECT Q Thursday, well, he turns 50
- SAVE THE DATE-10/30/21 8th Annual Go Leo 5k @F3SPEEDFORNEED event. Track Commanders Needed (as well as pushers & other help). @F3LexSC @F3LakeMurray @F3Columbia @F3SPEEDFORNEED MSG for more info. This race will change you! Strut will discuss having BC at SSP that morning and attending the race in some capacity. For registration & info.: http://www.goleogo.itsyourrace.com
- Anchor and Struggle tomorrow
- F3 (2nd and 3rd Fs) Lunches are a-plenty. Check Twitter and the website for details. In fact, there is a whole lot going on, so check the website and Twitter often for updates. Another good place to look for updates/info is in the announcements of the posted Back Blasts.
- Many, many running groups, a rucking group, and kettle bells groups on non-bootcamp days, so get out and get better.
But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth.” Acts 1:8
One particular stretch of the Colorado River fascinated Arthur Davis. Near the southern tip of Nevada, the river entered a surreal gorge known as Black Canyon. The walls of this canyon towered higher than any skyscraper Arthur had ever seen, and the river’s rage seemed to burn furiously though it twisting, tortuous passes. After several years of planning and preparation, including the construction of diversion tunnels by cutting through bedrock in Black Canyon, the first buckets of mixed concrete were poured into the largest mold in the history of mankind on June 1, 1933. The last of the concrete was poured in 1935, two years ahead of schedule and the concept and dream of Arthur Davis was completed.
Isn’t it interesting that all of this took place at the time of the great depression. None of this would have happened if there were not a means and need to employ the thousands of people that lived and in some cases died during the building Hoover Dam. Funny how things come together; some think its fate, others know it is because of the love of the great Creator.
The point of this devotional is to say that this great feat that feeds and clothes millions of people in the southwest is a drop in the bucket to the power within each of us who have the mind of Christ supplied by the creator who loves us perfectly. His desire is to build you and I like the dam, building our character, trusting in the power of the Holy Spirit, so that we can turn a desert into an oasis of love for Him, His children and all those in our blast zone.
Father, the same power that raised Jesus from the grave lives within me.
That’s it for now, so until next time….