“Butler, Crepps & Oswald: this is Banjo speaking…”
The wait was over – the time to lead the PAX of Urban Legend had finally arrived! There’s a line around the block to Q this joint and there’s a good reason; with downtown Lexington and the joggable vicinity as your playground, the possibilities are endless.
So here’s what it did:
Welcome, Disclaimer, and BOM
Weather: lower 70’s and clear
Mosey to the LBC eastern parking lot for COP
-Burpee X 1 -> SSH X 5
-Burpee X 2 -> SSH X 10
-Burpee X 3 -> SSH X 15
-Burpee X 4 -> SSH X 20
-Burpee X 5 -> SSH X 25
Two PAX perform the movements while the third gets a break to jog the 400-yard block:
-Bearcrawl 100 yards across the LBC east parking lot
-Reverse-run 100 yards up Oswald St.
-Broadjump-Burpee 100 yards along Butler St.
-Lunge-walk 100 yards down Crepps to point of beginning
R&R for two laps and about 2 miles per PAX.
Mosey back for Mary:
Shoulder Taps X 20 IC
Peter Parker X 20 IC
Mountain Climber X 20 IC
Time is called.
*Smoak family, Janet undergoing breast cancer treatment
*Brother of Brownie
*Blindside family, daughter in recovery
*Voltron leads #UrbanLegend next week
*Blindside Meal Train: mealtrain.com/trains/n5lzgo
*GORUCK Tough and Light, 8/30 and 8/31. Peep Banjo’s pinned tweet. If he can do it, so can you.
*IronPAX Challenge: @F3IronPAX: https://f3greenwood.com/2019/07/27/iron-pax-2019/
Devo: Psalm 23:3, A Complete Restore
“He restores my soul;
He leads me in the paths of righteousness
For His name’s sake.”
A closer look at the popular 23rd Psalm. Decay begins the moment something is created. Our inner beings are no different, and so our Heavenly Father offers complete restoration. Not a spot-clean or touch-up job, but a full rebuild on a daily basis if we will seek Him first in all we do.