Sometimes words are spoken, and sometimes actions are louder than words. Like when you call out the AO with the beastiest of beasty pax and they do the same workout as another AO but have more pax finish the workout, well that my friend is action. But stuff like that would never happen, nor does it matter. As long as all pax gave their max effort, that is all we can ask, right?
Weather: Mid 60’s, Moist ™, and a bit humid
Enthusiastic disclaimer, prayer
Mosey over to Cemetery Hill for COP
SSH x 10 IC
TTT x 10 IC
Imperial Walkers x 10 IC
Mosey down the hill to the second set of lights.
- 10 Rounds
- 20 Mountain Climbers
- 20 Air Squats aka Squat
- 20 BBSU
- 20 Alternating Lunges
After each round, run up the hill to the next set of lights and back down. Side note: Only eight pax finished all ten rounds…not that anyone was counting, or that it matters.
Mosey back to the flag
- 9/14 – “Whiskers for Wheels” Pax will be clean shaven next Thursday and then grow their beards for 8 weeks. Speed for Need Racing a Wheelchairs in Charlotte is the selected charity and Thumbs Up is the Q for this effort.
- 9/15 Tunnel to Towers
- 9/16 Dam 10K
- 9/16 Smokehouse 9/11 event
- 11/11 John Flanagan Memorial 10K
- 12/15 F3/FiA Christmas Party
Continued prayers for Houston, Florida, Georgia
Prayers for a quick recovery by Fry Daddy
Prayers for Swanson’s father
Prayers for YHC’s cousin
Continued prayers for Ranger’s mom and Chip’s mom
Any spoken and unspoken requests
Power of prayer. God answers even the smallest of prayers, and gives you strength to endure. Many of the times, all that is required is we ask our father for help…but we are often to stubborn to ask. During the BRR, I and many of the other pax spent time in prayer…prayers varied but there is no doubt all were heard. We prayed for safety, for strength, breathe, and to make sure we left no doubt out there that we were giving our all to honor our brother, Cheech.