YHC signed up for today’s Q like most in The Arena….before I got voluntold. I figured I could write my name on a piece of paper next to some random date in June and feel good about “volunteering” for the Q instead of being assigned. Today, 7 HIM faced the gloom head-on, went beast-mode on the beat-down, and walked away wet and 45 minutes better than when they started. Smallish crowd for the Arena, and those that were not there missed free drinks from the portfolio of YHC’s employer.
Conditions: 72 degrees with 114% humidity. Welcome to summer.
Pledge of Allegiance
Walk in Place
Jog in Place
Get the heart rate up and Mosey into Round 1 in the front parking lot:
5 Burpees – Mosey
5 Burpees – 20 Pretzel Crunches – Mosey
5 Burpees – 20 Pretzel Crunches – 30 Jump Squats – Mosey
5 Burpees – 20 Pretzel Crunches – 30 Jump Squats – 40 Hand Release Merkins
Mosey to side of school for Round 2 with Blocks and Bricks. Each exercise was done with a 50-yard Mosey back and forth. Blocks on one end and bricks on the other.
25 Block Press and 25 Brick Press
10 Block Triceps Press and 25 Brick Triceps Press
25 BB Sit-Ups and 25 LBCs
25 Curls for the Girls, Blocks and 25 Curls for the Girls, Bricks
5 Straight Arm Block Raises and 25 Straight Arm Brick Raises
25 Decline Merkins and 15 Triangle Merkins
10 Block Clean and Press and 15 Brick Clean and Press
25 Block Bench Press and 25 Brick Bench Press
15 Crunchy Frogs and 15 Pike-Ups
25 Merkins on Blocks and .25 Merkins on Bricks (Outtatime)
Mosey to front of the school.
- Cheech Runvergence Friday, 6/21, River Bluff High School
- F3 Dad’s Camp, August
- Arena Shirt, Seatcovers Order, check the website
- Forrest: Family Traveling
YHC subscribes to Jeffery Gitomer’s Sales Caffeine e-zine and he posted a guest article from Steve Gutzler. I thought it was worth sharing.
20 Things Successful People do Every Week:
- Give other people credit for their victories
- Compliment others, especially those in the service industry
- Forgive others
- Keep a “things not to do” list
- Read every day
- Accept, take full responsibility, and lead the way
- Have a leadership vocabulary of “can do” and “solution finding”
- Have a sense of gratitude
- Share information and data
- Lead by example
- Keep a journal and record best practices
- Document their goals
- Talk about new solutions and ideas
- Exercise and focus on health
- Delegate and empower others
- Focus on the important and not the urgent
- Regulate emotions
- Keep family first
- Admit when you are wrong
- Keep perspective and have a great sense of humor
Which do you need to sharpen and focus on?
Have a great week!
Small crowd today, so thanks to Forrest and 7-11 for helping put up the blocks and bricks.
Notebook has an F3 seatcover, and “those seatcovers work.”