Weather: 68 degrees, light mist then pouring rain then light mist then pouring rain…….
Last Thursday was YHC’s 49th birthday, but since that was the eve of the BRR the birthday Q was delayed until today. Due to ongoing aches and stiffness from BRR activities, the list of exercises was somewhat limited and running was kept to a minimum. The remnants of hurricane Irma doused us several times. The workout went something like this.
Intro, Disclaimer, Prayer and Lord’s Prayer, Pledge of Allegiance to the shovel flag.
SSH omitted – no hopping allowed on BRR legs.
Little baby arm circles – 25F and 24R IC
Merkins X 25 on my count
TTT X 25 IC
Merkins X 24 on my count
Imperial Walkers X 25 IC
TTT X 24 IC
Imperial Walkers X 24 IC
Bear crawl to the top of the parking lot.
Merkins X 10 IC
BBSU X 25 on your own. Get the rest of your body thoroughly soaked.
Bear crawl down to 2nd light.
Merkins X 10 IC
Flutter kicks X 25 IC
Crab walk back up to the top of the parking lot.
Mixed in some more merkins, BBSU and imperial walkers.
Mosey around the parking lot and back to the shovel flag for some Mary.
Russian Twist X 20 IC
Other exercises called by the pax:
House – Star Merkins X 10 IC
Punch List – Carolina Drydocks X 10 IC
Finish up with Flutter kicks for Cheech – X 38 IC
Tonight 6:30 Leadership discussion with Mac at Saxe Gotha Presbyterian
Thursday 6:30 Keg Cowboy – Kickoff for Whispers for Wheels with Thumbs Up
Friday – Tunnel to Towers 5k
Blind Side’s 2.0
Those affected by the hurricane
First responders and others helping with hurricane recovery
Philippians 4:13 is one of my favorite Bible verses and has been for a long time: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
This verse number is inscribed in my Citadel ring and on my road ID. There are many challenges that we face in life from hurricanes to family issues to problems at work to BRR races. Each of us is facing at least one challenge right now – some we tell others about and some we would not want others to know. We think that we can handle most of our issues on our own, but in reality we can do nothing by ourselves. Being a Christian doesn’t mean life will be easy – it just means that we have help to deal with these issues. When we learn to rely on God instead of ourselves, then we truly can do all things.