YHC is sure glad there are preblast announcements for the upcoming Q. The Surge SF sent out a call yesterday afternoon that reminded me of my scheduled QIC duties. The SF also said it would be easy. So, YHC obliged in that and brought a simple workout. We had 5 for SL. Below is what went down.
Conditions: 70 degrees, 81 % humidity
Mosey to loading dock for COP, all IC:
20 x SSH
5 x Burpees
20 x TTT
5 x Burpees
5 x burpees
Mosey to grab two bricks and then around to the front of the school for The Thang:
Hold bricks the entire time. We did a set of reps and then we would mosey the outer loop (1/4 mile). On the far straight away we would sprint between the two middle light poles. All reps on my count.
Round One: 25 tricep extensions, 20 dips on curb, 15 squats, 10 incline merkins
Round Two: 30 Gas Pumps, 25 tricep extensions, 20 dips on curb, 15 squats, 10 incline merkins
Round Three: 35 Lateral raises, 30 Gas Pumps, 25 tricep extensions, 20 dips on curb, 15 squats, 10 incline merkins
Round Four: 40 Flutter Kicks, 35 Lateral raises, 30 Gas Pumps, 25 tricep extensions, 20 dips on curb, 15 squats, 10 incline merkins
Total: 40 Flutter Kicks, 70 Slow Lateral raises, 90 Gas Pumps, 100 tricep extensions, 80 dips on curb, 60 squats, 40 incline merkins and 1 mile of running with bricks
Mosey back to the loading dock for Lazy Elevens
Merkins and raise the roof.
Return bricks and head to the flag.
F3/ FiA 2.0 workout June 1
Continue to pray for Rec’s Dad as he recovers
The Sanderson Family- A healthy baby and mother
Butt Dials daughter Lily, recovering from broken leg
Devo: Remembering God’s Priority, by In Touch, Charles Stanley
37 The Lord said to Moses, 38 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘Throughout the generations to come you are to make tassels on the corners of your garments, with a blue cord on each tassel. 39 You will have these tassels to look at and so you will remember all the commands of the Lord, that you may obey them and not prostitute yourselves by chasing after the lusts of your own hearts and eyes.40 Then you will remember to obey all my commands and will be consecrated to your God. 41 I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt to be your God. I am the Lord your God.’”
At times, people will say, “I’ve made Jesus a part of my life.” But this statement reveals that they have missed the point. The truth is, Jesus can never be simply a part of life; at salvation, Jesus becomes our life—everything revolves around Him because He is the central focus.
For the believer, the essence of living is to walk in childlike obedience to Christ. That means we express His righteous life simply by faith. To do this, we depend on the power of the Holy Spirit for enablement and divine grace for forgiveness when we stumble. And stumbling will occur because we live amidst two kingdoms that are in constant conflict. On the one hand, there’s the pull of the world, and on the other, the pull of God. In other words, Satan throws temptations our way, but from our Father comes the appeal of holiness, peace, and joy in Christ.
That’s why Jesus taught, “Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you” (Matt. 6:33). The way to do this is by spending time with our Father in prayer and in His Word. Doing so will not only clear from our thinking anything that doesn’t fit with God’s priorities; it will also serve to remind us of His commands and His greatness (Rom. 12:2; Psalm 105:4-5).
The battle is ongoing. And it rages not just in the realms of education, science, politics, and finances but also within every human heart. To be successful in God’s eyes, it’s critical that we keep His priorities as our own and make continual course corrections to stay on track