13 PAX posted at Turning Point this morning- sorry to miss Rocking Chair’s workout at Crypt but we honored him nonetheless and got after it.
Conditions- about 70
Disclaimer- Prayer- Mosey a little ways to back parking lot for COP
SSH x 60 IC for Rocking Chair, then the rest of the exercises x 10 IC: through the tunnel, Imperial Walkers, Arm circles forward and back, overhead claps, dirty birds, squats
Head to brick pile, grab two bricks then to the soccer field. At this point forward PAX were instructed that the bricks were an extension of their bodies until otherwise instructed.
First set- sprint from about midfield all the way up the hill to the gym. Wall sits for a min or so, Curls for the girls x 10 IC, Tricep extensions x 10 IC, Merkins x 10 IC, sprint back to midfield.
Second set- sprint to base of hill, bear crawl up the hill to the gyms. Wall sits for a min or so, Shoulder Press x 10 IC, alternating shoulder taps x 10 IC, sprint back to midfield.
Third set- sprint to base of hill, lunge up the hill, wall sits for a min or so, napalms x 10 IC, brick burpees x 5 IC, sprint back to midfield. Curls for the girls x 10 IC, tricep extensions x 10 IC, shoulder press as you walk back to the brick pile.
Mosey to the shovel flag for a few min of Mary.
Count a rama, name a rama
- 10/6 – 3rdF opportunity in Fall Click here if interested (DM has been started for Coordination)
- 11/10 – Cheech 10K
- Swanson’s dad
- Wapner’s dad, grandma, wifes aunt
- Quis neighbor
- Hampton Schulz
- Landon Price
- Maxcy Westmoreland
- Fry Daddy and Corbett
- Canseco’s shoulder
Inspired by a study in Job lately, I discussed sufferings and struggles that we go through. Job lost everything- family, health, money- yet still worshiped God. Paul, sitting in prison, about to be killed- yet still worshiped God.
“The Lord will rescue me from every evil attack and will bring me safely to his heavenly kingdom. To him be glory for ever and ever” 2 Timothy 4:18
It is all about perspective. Are we in a here and now perspective or do we view things in an eternal perspective. Some of the sufferings we have gone through, or know people who have gone through, are incomprehensible. Our sufferings, just like Job and Paul, are all filtered through God’s hands- why do some people have to suffer some things and others not- I can’t answer that…but I can tell you this. God promises an end to sufferings- sometimes that will be on earth, but, as shown above in 2 Timothy, we as believers will be rescued from all of our suffering eternally.
I realize it is way easier said that done…but are we looking at our current, worldly, temporary sufferings with an eternal perspective?