Weather Conditions: 60°
12 pax ventured out this morning seeking betterment and the unknown of what YHC would bring as the guest Q. Detention being the closest AO to YHC’s home, it was a short and pleasant ride over with the aim at delivering a beat down worthy of the Detainees. All in all, these men performed extremely well and YHC is thankful for the opportunity to come over and Q. As for the workout, here is how it went:
Disclaimer and Prayer
Mosey around the parking lot and circle up back where we started
COP – All IC
▪ x25 SSH
▪ x20 Imperial Walkers
▪ x15 TTT
▪ x10 Windmills
Mosey to the front parking area
Alternate called exercises to each of the 4 islands that extend into the parking lot. Plank at the end for the 6, and mosey back to start.
▪ Bear Crawl – x10 Merkins
▪ Lunge – x10 Bonny Blairs (each leg)
▪ Crawl Bear – x10 Carolina Dry Docks (Cheers Merkins)
▪ Imperial Walker – x10 BBSUs
▪ Burpee Broad Jump – x10 Burpees
▪ Squatted Shuffle – x10 Squats (face the other direction after alternating)
Mosey to the block pile and line up at the base of the principal
▪ x10 Naplams at the bottom
▪ Run to the top
▪ x1 Hand Release Merkin
▪ Mosey back to the bottom
▪ Rinse and Repeat, reduce 1 rep at the bottom and add 1 rep at the top
▪ Lexington Race Against Hunger
▪ Segra Park 5K
▪ Governors Cup
▪ St. Baldrick’s Foundation Fundraiser for Kids Cancer Treatment
Prayer Requests & Praises
▪ Green Jeans’ friend Emily
▪ Bar Crawl’s Aunt
▪ Blue Rhino’s son Braden
▪ Magic Dust’s friend Sam
▪ Coon Dog’s friend Thomas and Family
DEVO: Nothing is too big for Him
We see in Genesis 11:30, “But Sarai was unable to become pregnant and had no children.”
Sarai, Abram’s wife, being barren is a representation of the end, and nothingness in a world full of darkness, depravity, and rebellion. Thus far we have witnessed the fall, Cain and Abel, the great flood, and the Tower of Babel. Humanity seemed all but lost.
“Then the Lord said to Abram (in Genesis 12:1-3), “Leave your native country, your relatives, and your father’s family, and go to the land that I will show you. I will make you into a great nation. I will bless you and make you famous, and you will be a blessing to others. I will bless those who bless you and curse those who treat you with contempt. All the families on earth will be blessed through you.”
God spoke, blessing Abram, his descendants, and all those that blessed him, therefore laying the foundation for the redemption of humanity to be saved when His one and only son, Jesus Christ, came and died for our sins.
Just as God spoke in Genesis 1 to start all creation, here he again spoke to save his creation.
There is nothing too big, too great, or too lost, for God to overcome it just by speaking. Never think that your problems are too big, because the creator of the heavens and the earth, and the One who redeemed us all, has already seen and overcome everything. Seek Him in you times of need, but also in your times of success, because He is the source of all blessings.