When YHC grabbed the Q on Monday, it was right before the MRI for the ol shoulder after the ice “incident”. As I laid in the tube of death, I figured I’d put my weinke together as I waited. I figured I’d break out the @F3Gear Workout Deck again, but try to mix it up this time and have some fun. Here’s how it went down:
55 and GLOOOOOMY fog. Perfect.
Had 5 Strideliters show up by 4:30 and a sixth roll in about 4:32 that we unfortunately missed. Good to see the SL numbers up though! Everyone got around 3 miles in.
Mosey to an open spot in the grass, while keeping an eye on the random car idling in the driveway.
Get a little creeped out as another car meets the idling car. Then they drive near us. We were hoping it was a couple of FNGs, but we are REALLY not sure what went down this morning.
20 Imperial Walkers
20 Little Baby Arm Circles
Tried to do 20 Step Ups Each Leg, but the benches were too wet
White Elephant/Dirty Santa
PAX count off and YHC puts very well written numbers into a bucket.
Each PAX picks a number from the bucket
Player 1 draws a card, all even number PAX have to perform exercise on card. All odd number PAX run a lap around the parking lot.
Player 2 draws a card. Can make odd number PAX perform exercise or “steal” Player 1’s card and make them do it. All even number PAX run a lap around the parking lot.
Player 3 draws a card. Can make even number PAX perform exercise or “steal” Player 1 or 2’s card and make them do it. All odd number PAX run a lap around the parking lot.
Continue this rotation with the ability to “steal” any player’s card who’s already drawn. A card is locked down after three steals.
At the end Player 1 can choose any card he wants.
We made it through about 1.5 rounds before time was called. Boo Boo was Player 1, stole the Joker, assigned burpees, only to find out the assignment applied to all PAX.
Here are all the cards (I think) in no specific order:
Carolina Dry Docks
Monkey Humpers (there was a second card to the PAX delight)
Joker (wild card as burpees)
Joker (wild card as Balls to the Wall)
Smurf Jack (a real hit, stolen a few times)
Rosalita (not used because of a steal)
Low Slow Squat (not used because of a steal)
Squat (not used because of a steal)
Shoulder Tap (not used because of a steal)
Dip (not used because of a steal)
American Hammers (not used because of a steal)
- Dam to Dam Relay – 2/16 – https://www.damtodamrelay.com
- F3 Lexington 5 Year Convergence – 3/2
- P200 – 3/22 – Teams looking for runners, contact H4T if you want to run
YHC’s sister – gall bladder surgery
Rumble Strip’s coworker
Blue Rhino family – mom and Brayden
Taken from “Daily Moments of Strength”
Then he said, “Beware! Guard against every kind of greed.
Life is not measured by how much you own.”
It’s interesting what nobody ever says at a funeral. You rarely hear statements like these: “But most of all, he had an airtight 401(k)” or “I just can’t get over how awesome his pool was” or “Can you believe this guy’s car?” At a funeral, people don’t comment on the deceased’s possessions, because when someone dies, what remains of his life is what he invested—
not in stocks or mutual funds or real estate but in the eternal and precious commodity of people. Some of the most well-attended funerals memorialize people with few earthly possessions. And yet their lives touched many other lives. They served the Lord by giving all they had and all they could to the people God called them to serve.
Whether you realize it or not, you have already begun to plan your funeral. The statement of your life—what will be remembered—is being written today in the choices you make. Will you abandon yourself and live for your Creator, or will you live for yourself? Will you build up a nest egg of temporary treasures, or will you send your wealth on ahead to the Bank of Heaven? God has gifted you with one life, one chance to display His glory in the circle of influence you have today. What are you doing with this chance? Are you making “the most of every opportunity in these evil days” (Ephesians 5:16)?
Every day counts. Every choice matters. Choose wisely.