• When: 2021-06-15
  • QIC: Twerk
  • The PAX: Keychain, Skidmark, Hemingway, Tinker, Black Betty, Twerk


CrossFit style BC at Surge

Climate

Warm and dry-around 73 degrees

Disclaimer

No FNGs
Prayed in

Warmup

SSH

Imperial Walker

TTT

Grab bricks and blocks

Mosey to the Basketball court

 

The thang

Sprint to the end of the basketball courts – both

50 Merkins

Bear crawl back to the start

Run over to the pull up bars – 20 reps

Back to the start

Lunge with bricks to the end of the basketball court

40 Merkins

Bear crawl back to the start

Run over to the pull up bars – 15 reps

Back to the start

Lunge with block to the end of the basketball court

30 Merkins

Bear crawl back to the start

Run over to the pull up bars – 10 reps

Back to the start

Lunge to the end of the basketball court

20 Merkins

Bear crawl back to the start

Run over to the pull up bars – hang for 30 seconds x2

Return the bricks and blocks

Mosey back to the flag for some Mary.

Floor wipers

Six inches

Freddie Mercuries

Heel touches

Called time and started COT

Announcements

Stride is doing a 15 or 20 mile run on July 3rd

 

Prayer Request

Blue Bloods Uncle

Hogan family

Black Bettys friend Matt

Devo

Eagle flight

Isaiah 40:29

He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the week.

I was watching an eagle in flight wind for no apparent reason it began spiraling upward. With its powerful wings, the great birds soared ever higher, dissolved into a tiny dot, and then disappeared.

It’s flight reminded me of Isaiah‘s uplifting words: “ those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles”.

Life’s heartbreaks and tragedies can put an end to our resilience, our endurance, our nerve, and bring us to our knees. But if we put our hope in the Lord, He renews our strength. The key to our endurance lies in the exchange of our limited resources for God’s limitless strength. And it is ours for the asking.

With God‘s strength we can” run and not grow weary” even when days become hectic and demanding. With His strength we can “walk and not be faint,” even though tedious, dull routine makes the way seem dreary and long.

Oh, what an exchange-Gods infinite strength for our finite weakness!

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