18, maybe 17 tough guys chose to get out of bed for some #betterment. We were missing a couple of our regular pax, but we also got some guys back that have been out for a while. Nonetheless, 18 is a solid number and exactly where The Hollow should be. Everyone enjoyed having Alter Boy visit.
SSH x10 IC
TTT x10 IC
LBAC x10 F and B IC
Overhead clap x10 IC
Dirty bird x10
Mountain climber x10 IC
Merkin x10 IC
Merkin run – run towards the track, stop for 3 merkins at each light pole on the way. Wait for everyone to arrive at the track.
Karaoke 50 yards and switch directions on the straight-aways, at each corner complete the exercises. Run the turns on the track. Bobby Hurley’s x20, merkins x15, V-ups x10.
Mosey to planter boxes.
10 step ups each leg
10 decline merkins
10 incline merkins
Complete 2 rounds
Mosey to bottom field 20 yards lit up with vests as markers. Bear crawl for 11’s. Merkins and Bobby Hurley’s are the exercises.
Mosey to the flag, V-ups until time is called.
Christmas Party 12/14, bring a snack or desert, and a donation for money spent on the facility (if you feel led)
Special Hollow Announcement Thursday
Next Tuesday, Run with FIA and shut down Hollow to Honor digits
Lizard Thicket after BC on Saturday
Cramps Daughter having surgery this morning (update, she is doing well)
Hedges father in law
All 9’s wife MRI today
“Think about Jesus’ example. He held on while wicked people were doing evil things to him. So do not get tired and stop trying” (Hebrews 12:3 NCV).
- Think about Jesus.
You’ve heard the saying, “You become what you think about most.” If you want to become more like Jesus, you have to fill your thoughts with him.
Hebrews 12:3 says, “Think about Jesus’ example. He held on while wicked people were doing evil things to him. So do not get tired and stop trying” (NCV).
- Think about others.
The Bible says in Philippians 2:4, “Don’t just think about your own affairs, but be interested in others, too, and in what they are doing” (TLB).
Do you realize how countercultural that is? Our world teaches you to think about yourself and nobody else. But Jesus was countercultural, and when you think about him, you’ll more naturally think of others.
- Think about eternity.
“No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined what God has prepared for those who love him” (1 Corinthians 2:9 NLT). When you start focusing on truths like that, all of your problems seem inferior compared to the glory, the joy, and the pleasure of the things awaiting us in eternity.
Your mind is your greatest asset and also the greatest battleground. Ask God to help you make the choice every day to feed on God’s Word, free your mind of destructive thoughts, and fill your mind with Jesus, others, and eternity. Then you’ll have won the battle.