• When: 2017-10-19
  • QIC: Juice
  • The PAX: Meter, Pennyworth, Brita, Squatter, Bullpen, Pow Pow, Paper Jam, Juice

Swole is the Goal

YHC  was glad to see his F3 brothers on a nice clear, crisp October morning.  The plan was to work hard and have some fun.  We accomplished the first but the pax would not confirm  if fun described today.  Brita commented that the next Ambush shirt will have “Swole is the Goal”.  And everybody will get a shmedium.  Great work men.

Conditions:  44 and clear

1 MW

Mosey to the Hexagon for

SSH x 20 IC
Burpees x 15 IC
TTT x 20 IC
Burpees x 10 IC
Windmill x 20 IC
Burpees x 5 IC
Dips x 20 OMC
Burpees x 5 IC
Dips x 15 IC
Burpees x 5 IC
Dips x 10 IC

Mosey to Block pile then to football field.

The Thang:
Split into two teams.  Cones are setup in a diamond for baseball.  Each team has there own diamond.  Rules are as follows:  Each team will travel to first perform an exercise.  Each man must complete all reps before they can move to second, where they will perform the next exercise.  This continues to third and back to home, where the blocks will remain.  First team to complete all reps at each base and home gets 1 point.
Round 1:  Bearcrawl to first, 5 burpees; bearcrawl to second, 10 merkins; crawl bear to third, 15 squats; crawl bear to home 20 block presses.

Round 2:  Crabwalk to first, 10 burpees; crabwalk to second, 20 merkins; reverse crabwalk to third, 30 squats; reverse crabwalk to home 40 block presses.

Round 3:  Lunge to first, 20 burpees; lunge to second, 40 merkins; reverse lunge to third, 60 squats; reverse lunge to home 80 block presses.

We kept score.  Team 1 won.  Brita, Jam, Pow Pow, and Juice

Return Block and mosey to flag for Mary:
Brita called LBS’s x 25 IC
Paper Jam called Plank Jacks x 25 IC
YHC called Gas Pumps x 20 IC
Bullpen called Iron crosses x 20
Pow Pow called  Mountain Climbers x 20 IC

Cheech 10 k 11/11/17

Embrace Your Identity in Christ

He has identified us as his own by placing the Holy Spirit in our hearts.” (2 Corinthians 1:22a NLT)

Your faith will grow stronger as you focus on your identity in Christ (Galatians 2).

What this means is that you abandon any image of yourself that is not from God. You stop accepting what others have said about you, how others have labeled you, and how others have defined you.

You start believing what God says about you, that he is pleased with how he created you, and that God defines you.

You’re not defined by your feelings. You’re not defined by the opinions of others or by your circumstances. You’re not defined by your successes or failures. You’re not defined by the car you drive, the money you make, or the house you say you own when the bank really does.

You are defined by God and God alone. He identifies you as his own (2 Corinthians 1:22).

The thing is, if you don’t know who you are, then you’re vulnerable to other people telling you who you are. But the concrete, solid, gospel truth is that you are who God says you are, and no one else has a vote in the matter.

This “identity issue” is an important part of living the abundant life. Jesus was able to face the incredible demands of his mission because he knew exactly who he was. He knew that he mattered to God, and that gave him confidence to move purposefully in faith.

You are now identified with Christ and have the power of the Holy Spirit within you. You are God’s precious child, and he created you in a way that pleases him.