• When: 2017-09-07
  • QIC: Booster
  • The PAX: Buttermaker, Breakfast Club, Quest, Granola, Wapner, Swanson, Big Peter, Simon Says, Frigid Air, Merit Badge, Dear Diary, Kyrie, Tattoo, Grease Trap, Quisenberry, Funnel Cake, Deadbolt, Training Wheels, Fast Casual, Wilbur, Nibbles, Tipper, Swinger, Tater, Booster

Shoulders and laps at Turning Point

25 PAX gathered at Turning Point for what YHC thought would be a lesser crowd with the BRR happening this weekend. Not the case…fun was had by all.

Conditions- 58 and clear


COM- Disclaimer-Pray

Mosey about 25 feet for COP all IC

  • SSH x 20
  • Imperial walkers x 20
  • Baby arm circles x 20 forward
  • Overhead claps x 20
  • Baby arm circles x 20 backwards
  • Moroccan night clubs x 21
  • Merkins x 10

Mosey over the grass patch near Midway Road. Stay in COP for following exercises, all IC:

  • Hydraulics x 10
  • Shoulder taps x 10
  • Hydraulics x 10
  • Side shuffle merkins x 10
  • Squats x 20

Indian Run over to the small circle on the other side of the front playground that we always just pass by on the way to the basketball court. Count off to form groups of 2s.

One partner runs a lap around the circle, while the other partner does exercises that spell BLIMPS. Switch after a lap-goal is to complete the below exercises as a group

  • Big boy situps x 200
  • Lunges x 200
  • Imperial Walkers x 200
  • Mt. Climbers x 200
  • Plank Jacks x 200
  • Squats x indefinitely until we got done

Mosey back to shovel flag


Prayer requests:

  • Merit Badge’s friend- Kila
  • Member of Granola’s church
  • Air National Guard layoffs
  • Spackle
  • Hurricane
  • Swanson’s friend and Swanson’s Dad
  • Granola’s ankle
  • Chips family
  • Quisenberry unspoken
  • BRR teams running this weekend

Devo: What are we praying to God for?

  • Going through a study at my church about praying. Looking at the instructions Jesus provided to His disciples on the Sermon on the Mount- the Lord’s Prayer- found in Matthew chapter 6. One thing to touch on today- What are we praying for? Are we praying to God for our will to be done, or His will?I gave the analogy of a vending machine- we put money in, push a button, and expect to get what we paid for. Are we going about our prayers the same way? Are we going to church, reading the Bible, praying to God that he handles whatever it is that we want (our will)? Our prayers to God need to ask that His will be done. When His will is done, we then have to make sure we don’t resent God for those answered prayers if it isn’t what we wanted. We have to make sure we don’t remove ourselves from those answered prayers if it isn’t what we wanted (Hey God- not what I was thinking so I’m out). What we have to do is rejoice that God answered our prayers that His will be done.