Weather: 1 Million Degrees in the Caribbean Seas
Intro, disclaimer, prayer
Mosey around the long way to the basketball courts for COP
SSH x 10 IC
LBAC x 10 IC f/r
OH Claps x 10 IC
LBAC x 10 IC r/f
Imperial Walker x 10 IC
Count off, 1’s and 2’s. The 2 to the 1’s left is their partner. This created Hot-4-Wapner or Hot Wap or Wap-4-Teacher
Mosey over to the top of the stairs
As a group, complete 150 strict form merkins. One partner completes a lap around the track, while the other merkins away. Once the running partner gets back, swap, and keep going until 150 reps are complete.
As a group, complete 150 strict form BBSUs. One partner completes a lap around the track, while the other BBSUs away. Once the running partner gets back, swap, and keep going until 150 reps are complete.
As a group, complete 150 strict form squats. One partner completes a lap around the track, while the other squats away. Once the running partner gets back, swap, and keep going until 150 reps are complete.
GHD Situps x 10 IC, the pax loved these…a lot. The next Q at Turning Point should do these for 44 minutes.
Take the long mosey way back to the flag. Must avoid the grass, it is itchy.
7/4 – Ryan Rawls Event
8/4 – Sweet Baby-O 5K
8/11 – Stomp the Swamp 5K
Lots of prayers for healing and also some praises for those who have been healed
There have been multiple times where I have been praised for my physical strength. I have accomplished many things based on my physical strength.
However, when I thought back to my most difficult times…physical strength meant nothing. It didn’t matter how much I could lift, how many reps I could crank out, how fast I could run, etc. I found out that where I needed strength, I didn’t have it and was weak. My spiritual strength and faith was weak.
Thankfully, I have grown. I have become stronger, largely in part to F3 and the #HIM that surround us all daily. To get that strength I had to humble myself, realize I was weak, and rely on something outside of my strength. I had to rely on God and the true strength he provides.
That strength comes from putting on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6:11). Without that armor, I’m weak and vulnerable. With the armor that God provides us all, I’m stronger.
So where it matters most, are you strong or are you weak? I’m not as weak as I used to be, but I’m not nearly as strong as I want to be.