• When: 2017-10-03
  • QIC: TriDelta
  • The PAX: Ebert, Steamer, Finch, Kukoc, Woodchipper, Ground Fault, Oscar, Snake Handler, Mrs. Doubtfire, 6 Foot Under, Ralphie, Tonka, Brainiac, Harp, Emmy, HoneyBun (Respect), TriDelta

The Snakepit Celebrates 39 with Tridelta

Brainiac and I share a birthday and he signed up to Q long before I did (who knew you had to sign up a year in advance to Q on your birthday) so I decided to Q on the Tuesday before the big day. We showed a lot of love for 39 this morning, with a fair share of Burpees.

BOA inspired our small group to “be strong and courageous,” before the workout.


PAX: Ebert, Steamer, Finch, Kukoc, Woodchipper, Ground Fault, Oscar, Snake Handler, Mrs. Doubtfire, 6 Foot Under, Ralphie, Tonka, Brainiac, Harp, Emmy, HoneyBun, TriDelta

Conditions: 60 degrees with a touch of dew/sprinklers



The Thang:

SSH x 21 IC

5 Burpees OYO, 20 BBSU OYO

TTT x 21 IC

5 Burpees OYO, 20 LBC OYO

IW x 21 IC

5 Burpees OYO, 20 Iron Crosses

Windmills x 21 IC

5 Burpees, 20 American Hammers 2 count OYO

Mosey to brick/block pile. Pax choose.

Overhead Press x 13 OYO

C4G x 13 OYO

Tricep Extension x13 OYO

Rinse and Repeat

Rinse and Repeat

Mosey back to the football field, but make a quick stop at the BBS.

Donatello at the Big Boy Stairs.

Mosey to the football field for 4 Corners.

  1. Sprint long sides of field, lunge short sides. 10 Merkins at the first 3 corners, 9 at the final corner.

  2. Karaoke long sides, high knee skip short sides. 10 squats at 1st 3 corners, 9 at the final corner.

SSH x 10, AH x10 flap jack waiting on the 6.

Mosey up stairs towards flag.

People’s chair on the wall.

Go to flag.


Red October continues tomorrow at Deerfield. Then following Tuesday at RCES.

Check Brainiac’s backblasts for the list of runs and rucks that happen every weekend for the next few weeks.

Prayer Requests:

6 foot under

Brainiacs back

HoneyBuns Mom

Emmy Family

Las Vegas



Deerfield opening

Devo: Respect

Show proper respect to everyone.” (1 Peter 2:17a NIV)

Respect has become an endangered value over the past few decades. We live in the “Age of Irreverence,” where sarcasm rules the day and everyone loves a good put down.

Yet the Bible makes it clear that stable families — and stable societies — are built around respect. The Bible commands us to honor our parents, respect civil authority, and respect church leaders. Wives are called to respect husbands in Ephesians. In the book of 1 Peter, husbands are called to respect wives. Just to make it clear that the Bible leaves no one out, the Bible also tells us to “show proper respect to everyone” (1 Peter 2:17a NIV).

Everyone, regardless of beliefs or behaviors, is worthy of respect.


  1. God made everyone. Psalm 8:5 says, “You [God] made them inferior only to yourself; you crowned them with glory and honor” (GNT). God doesn’t make junk. No one is worthless. People make wrong decisions all the time, but they are still valuable to God. Even the most unlovable person in the world is loved by God.

  2. Jesus died for everyone. The Bible says, “God paid a ransom to save you …. He paid for you with the precious life blood of Christ” (1 Peter 1:18-19a TLB). You may not place much value in certain people, but God does. In fact, he says every person you meet is worth dying for.

  3. It shows you know God. The Bible tells us that God is love. If you know God, you’ll fill your life with love. The Bible says, “If a person isn’t loving and kind, it shows that he doesn’t know God — for God is love” (1 John 4:8). Love always treats people with respect.

  4. You’ll get back whatever you give out. It’s the law of the harvest. Whatever goes around comes around. If you want to be respected, you must treat other people with respect. The Bible says, “A man’s harvest in life will depend entirely on what he sows” (Galatians 6:7b Phillips).