• When: 2019-01-08
  • QIC: DoubleFault
  • The PAX: CoPay (R), WreckingBall (R), Strom (R), Nugget, Chum (R), BarMaid, Bionic (R), Keystroke (kotters), DoubleFault

9 Boneyard Pax Wake Up to a DoubleFault-led Block Party

9 men of Boneyard posted this morning after depriving themselves of sleep last night. We all stayed up much too late to watch Clemson annihilate Alabama to win the National Championship (of which, Chum continued to remind us throughout the morning). As a Gamecock, the only thing that was good about the win from Clemson is that they were winning so convincingly by the end of the 3rd qtr, YHC was able to get to sleep early. No orange was worn (except for Chum) BUT, a tip of the hat was given to Tiger Nation as much of the exercises were counted to “15” for their 15-0 season.

Great work, men. Thanks for the honor of leading today.

Conditions – Upper 50’s (slightly chilly) but dry

The Thang

OMW, Time called, Disclaimer, Prayer

Warmup (all exercises IC x 15)

  • SSH
  • Squats
  • LBACs (f/r)
  • Raise the Roof
  • LBACs – forward with thumbs down/reverse with thumbs up
  • IWs
  • 10 Burpees (OYO) – crowd pleaser

Mosey to block pile (Equip each pax with CMU)


All pax line up across parking lot and plank for 6

  • Merkins x 10 OYO
  • Cusack carry block forward about 10 yards and plank for 6 (R&R the above after each exercise) all exercises x 10
    • Block Squats
    • Curls 4 Girls
    • Block Burpees (x10 OYO)
    • Lunge walk
    • Iron Crosses with block
    • Chest press
    • Plank-o-rama
    • BBSUs
    • Iron Crosses

Wall o’ Fire

  • All pax on wall in People’s Chair position
  • each pax take turn & perform 10 merkins until all have completed
  • All pax on wall alternate arms up/arms out (OMC)

Farmer Carry

  • Pair up
  • 1s – farmer carry blocks to curb and back
  • 2s – perform squats
    • Flapjack

Block Party (cont.)

  • Iron Crosses
  • BBSUs
  • Block Squats

Mosey to Block pile and put up CMUs & then mosey to Shovel Flag

Calf Raises x 15


  • R leg up
  • L leg up
  • R arm out
  • L arm out
  • Bird Dog (R arm/L leg out)
    • Flapjack
  • IWs for last minute


Pledge of Allegiance



  • Chum: ICYMI, Clemson won last night…


  • Comfort for POTUS’ family on death of his niece
  • Co-Pay’s fellow worker’s husband (woke up and lost vision)
  • Snow Family (Mandy fighting pancreatic cancer)
  • All Lexington pax

Closing Prayer led by YHC followed by Lord’s Prayer (all pax)

  • #Kotters – Keystroke posted today for the 1st time in over a year!! Great job. Keep coming back, brother.

DEVO (from www.guideposts.org)

Plan a ‘Worry Hour’ to Help Ease Anxiety
If you have difficulty letting go and letting God, try this.

“Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life?” —Matthew 6:27 (NIV)

Worrying. I think I got it from my dad. “If I’m not worrying,” he used to say, “I don’t feel normal!”

A few years ago, during an especially stressful time, I admitted to a friend that worry was robbing me of sleep, distracting me from important work, even invading my relationship with the Lord.

My friend told me about a technique her own father had developed to conquer worry. “Dad set up a daily ‘Worry Hour,”’ she explained. “When anxieties nagged at him during the day, he jotted them down and promised himself he’d deal with them at five P.M., when he’d set aside a full, focused hour to do nothing but worry. But he never actually got around to worrying. At five o’clock each afternoon he’d look at his Worry List and think: This is ridiculous! What good will it do to spend an hour feeling miserable? And he’d throw away his list. He claims he hasn’t wasted five minutes worrying since then.”

That afternoon I started my own Worry List, promising myself that if the items on the list still seemed worth it at five o’clock, I’d do some high-octane worrying. Guess what? When five rolled around I was just like my friend’s dad—having such a good day that I couldn’t bring myself to spoil it! So I prayed instead, leaving my worries exactly where they belonged: in the Lord’s capable Hands.

If you’re worried about something right now, why not set aside your own “Worry Hour.” Then pray:

Lord, today I’m going to write down my worries instead of letting them control and ruin my day. Then, at five P.M., I’ll decide whether they’re better off in my hands—or in Yours.