Building a Strong Foundation
YHC’s goal with this workout was to build a strong foundation physically. The devo hopefully helped remind the pax where we get our spiritual strength comes from and how we need both as men to manage the rigors of everyday life. 9 pax showed up and ready to put in work.
Weather: 51 and awesome
Mosey to the block pile, everyone grab one
SSH x 10 IC
TTT x 10 IC
Imperial Walker x 10
Lbac f & b x 10 ea
The workout was named after US Army Sergeant Robert J Miller, who died on Jan 25 at the age of 24. He was part of the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Special forces group (Airborne) in Fort Bragg NC. He was killed in Afghanistan from wounds suffered in a fire fight while conducting combat operations.
Modified Robbie Miller WOD 12 Rounds of 6 exercises 6 reps each with a 40 yd block bear crawl in between each set. All exercises with blocks.
Shoulder press, curls for girls, tricep ext, 4ct mtn climbers, BBSU, burpees with squat
45 burpees for our fallen Hartsville Pax Waterbug-Farrell Talbert
20 4ct Frozen flutter kicks
Columbo Q at CAT this Saturday
Lexington Race Against Hunger March 16
P200 March 22
The Gauntlet starts April 8
MuggyTape’s yard sale this Saturday
All involved with accident at LHS yesterday morning
As men we are called on to be the foundation both physically and spiritually for our families, our communities and as leaders in the workplace. We know how to build foundation strength physically. How are you building your foundation spiritually?
Building on a Solid Foundation Mathew 7:24-27
“Anyone who listens to my teaching and follows it is wise, like a person who builds a house on solid rock. Though the rain comes in torrents and the floodwaters rise and winds beat against that house, it won’t collapse because it is built on bedrock. But anyone who hears my teaching and doesn’t obey it is foolish, like a person who builds a house on sand. When the rain and floods come and the wind beat against that house, it will collapse with a mighty crash.”
Mumble chatter was minimal but work getting done was plentiful. The number of rounds done was not as important as effort being put out. No surprise that everyone came ready to get after it this morning. We all hope Drisocket was able to sufficiently wash himself in the shower this morning.