Morning began with what looked as if only 5 of us were going to be doing the work, then 5 more showed with a minute to go with 1 late bloomer. Windy and a little damp but no Pax were ready for what was about to be coming their way shortly. A wonderful new exercise YHC created: The #Merkivator. It was a nice long winded exercise that worked the torso and legs in one grueling 8 minute joy ride. By the end, all Pax were “ecstatic” and “overjoyed” at being the first to be apart of what I’m sure will be a new Turning Point exercise.
Conditions: Windy and damp 63 degrees
Disclaimer – Prayer
TTT x10 IC
Windmill x10 IC
LBAC x15 IC
RLBAC x15 IC
OHC x15 IC
Raise the Roof x15 IC
Mosey to the parking lot
The Merkivator is born
This is a merkin/motivator hybrid; after finishing a set of motivators, do a merkin. As the motivator count decreases in number, the merkin count begins increasing in number. Shreds the calf’s and arms – excellent choice for some quality mumble chatter.
Motivators x10 (220 SSH)
Merkins x10 (55 total)
Mosey to block pile for cinder blocks
-Head to track and PAX chose a partner of equal athletic ability and a tree of their liking that places them a desired distance from the hill
Begin Hill Top extravaganza:
1 partner begins block exercises while the other runs to the hill and runs up it backward for a set of exercises at the top of hill and switches out partner till 150 reps are reached.
150 Curls for Girls while partner does 5 jump squats at top of the hill
150 Overhead Chest Presses while partner does 10 LBC’s at top of the hill
150 Tricep Lifts while partner does 5 squats at top of the hill
Returned cinder blocks
Mosey back to flag for some Mary
Captain Thor x10 OYO
Scissor Kicks x10 IC
LBC’s x15 IC
Boat Canoe 1 min. IC
COT and Name O’Rama
Convergence at Graveyard Sat. Feb 29th
Dam to Dam tomorrow Feb 14th
Faye Swetlik – missing, Molly Shealy – leukemia, Granola’s Aunt Jan, Dear Diary, Corbitt, Don – pneumonia recovery
Psalm 119: 105 Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path
Spoke to the PAX about a story close to my family that could have been a tragic one but because of the small contributions of many and one large contribution of an amazing person, saved the life of a wife and mother. Many had heard of it through the news of the Lexington firefighter who gave part of his kidney to save a friends and neighbors life. My family helped contribute to the families involved to allow a place for family members to come and stay during the recovery process. It was a small part that led to an amazing story and encouraged PAX members that even the smallest of things like a smile or encouraging words can help bring some ones situation a bit of light that makes their story amazing also.