We had 15 this morning at Independence. It was a nice morning, around 35 degrees and we got in some good work.
- SSH x 15
- Low Slow Squat x 10
- Moroccan Night Club x 10
- Cherry Picker x 10
Line Up on one side of parking lot, toy soldier halfway, followed by high knees the rest. Repeat with butt kickers and lunges.
Mosey over to flagpole. Chernobyl led us in the Pledge of Allegiance. We then moseyed over to the benches in the lawn along Oakland Avenue.
Step Ups x 10 in Cadence
Irkins x 10 in Cadence
Dips x 10 in cadence
Box Jumps (or modify to more step ups) x 10 OYO
Mosey to the student center, we then did a minute of plank. Mosey over to the Big Show. (the amphitheater).
Do 10 Carolina Dry Docks on the right, run to the left side of terrace, do 10 squats. Back and forth to the top.
Mosey to Byrnes for some Peoples Chair, followed by some Head and Shoulders in Cadence.
Mosey to COT for 3 minutes of plank, followed by 3 minutes of stretching.
Nice work men!
Today is Ephipany, which commemorates principally the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child, and thus Jesus’ physical manifestation to the Gentiles. We talked about how the Magi didn’t just do what was expected (return to Herod), but they disrupted the status quo and did something differently. Just as many of us do when we pick a word for the year, or choose a resolution. We are choosing to disrupt our status quo.
My question to each of you is this: What is your word, and how you are disrupting the status quo to accelerate?
Please sign up to serve at Bethel. This project is one that our region is taking on for the foreseeable future with big goals in the long term. We need your hands, your presence, your money, whatever you can give to help these men accelerate.
Prayers and Praises:
- Prayers for Pax who are struggling to post
- Pax who are dealing with medical issues
- Our community
- Each Pax to be the leader that our community needs
It was, as always, an honor to lead. Thanks to Anchor Bar for having me out.