YHC was glad the see a bright moon this morning as it points the way to one of YHC’s favorite routines. We haven’t done The Howler in a while and it is always a great way to start a day. There was also a void at Ambush this morning. No poop jokes or stories for 45 minutes. The quietness we enjoyed from the absence of P Jam made this morning different. Hoist even hinted that the fullness of the moon was romantic. Thankfully it disappeared before anything weird happened. The men worked hard and got better, one rep at a time.
COP at the Hexagon:
SSH x 20 IC
6 ct Burpees x 15 IC
TTT x 20 IC
IW x 20 IC
Grab a bench for The Howler:
Round 1, 10 dips then 1 lap around the hexagon
Round 2, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 2 laps around the hexagon
Round 3, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 20 incline merkins, 3 laps around the hexagon
Round 4, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 20 incline merkins, 25 step ups (each leg), 4 laps around the hexagon
Round 5, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 20 incline merkins, 3 laps around the hexagon
Round 6, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 2 laps around the hexagon
Round 7, 10 dips then 1 lap around the hexagon
The howler is about 1 mile of running.
Mosey to the brick pile and get two bricks.
Run up Ambush Alley toward Pisgah Ch. Stop at each light pole and do 10 reps. Alternate lateral raises and tricep extensions. Plank Jack on the six.
Turn around and go back. Stop at each light pole and do 10 reps. Alternate squat jumps and plank jacks. Plank Jack on the six.
Return bricks and mosey to flag.
Gas Pumps x 20 IC
Heel Touches x 20 IC Tutu
Mountain Climber x 20 IC Pow Pow
A passion to obey the Lord doesn’t typically just spring up, full-blown, when we get saved. We do enter our new life in Christ with a desire to please Him, but a determined pursuit of His will develops more slowly and over time.