Posted by Wee Wee
14 beat the fartsack for my third career Q since joining the founding of The Surge
Conditions: 35 degrees, Wind ESE 1 mph
1 minute warning
Mosey to the front of the school
SSH X 10 IC
TTT X 10 IC
LBAC X 10 IC
RLBAC X 10 IC
OHC X 10 IC
DB X 10 IC
Bear Crawl Snake for warm up. Probably should have given that a second thought since we had 14 pax but we finished it.
Mosey to the bus line
14 Stations: In the bus line
Station 1: Farmers carry two blocks the length of the bus drop. Once complete, rotate stations.
Station 2: Ballerina leg presses
Station 3: Toe Taps
Station 4: Merkins with block drag between each
Station 5: Curb jumps
Station 6: Sit ups with a pole
Station 7: Line jumps side to side
Station 8: Roman deadlifts with a block
Station 9: Bear Crawl, crawl bear
Station 10: Curls with a block
Station 11: Australian Burpees
Station 12: Line jumps front to back
Station 13: A Mystery
Station 14: Lunge with block
10 minutes of Mary, dealer’s choice, and it was dealt.
COT & BOM
- The Hollow on Saturday
- Run groups this weekend, 6 am at Surge on Sunday
- Fundraiser for baseball, see Wee Wee
Devotion: ‘All Are Called’
Jesus said to them, “Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Then they left their nets and followed him.
– Mark 1:17-18
Imagine how different your life would have been if those men had refused to leave their nets and follow Jesus. What if there had been no one willing to follow Jesus and share his message? We owe so much to the apostles who did what Jesus called them to do. Their “yes” brought joy not only to themselves, but also to untold numbers of others, including us. What a great reason for gratitude!
The apostles were not the only ones called to follow Jesus and make his message known. Jesus addresses his call to each one of us, and he tailors it to fit the various circumstances that color our lives. Another great reason for gratitude! Parents, students, physicians, plumbers, retired persons–all are called to reflect the love and compassion of Jesus in their own way by what they say and do. How would this apply to you?
Lord, may I make you known through my actions and my words.
– Fr. Kenneth Grabner, C.S.C.