THE SCENE: Mild for February
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
- SSH IC x 20
- Cherry Pickers IC x 10
- Tempo Squats IC x 10
- Merkins IC x 10
- Baby Arm Circles (forward & reverse) IC x 12
Dual Route 66’s – 22 light poles up the path to the top of Little Baby Hill. When finished with the first set of exercises, run back down the hill back to the first light pole. Rinse and repeat with the next set of exercises.
- Merkins and Big Boy Sit Ups
- Carolina Dry Docks and Jump Squats
- Flutter Kicks (4 ct) and Iron Mikes (4 ct)
- Burpees and Hello Dollies (4 ct)
Mosey to the playground for 3 sets of Tricep Dips and Derkins.
Just enough time for some Hello Dollies, plank work, and American Hammers.
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
19 HIMs – no FNG’s
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
With the recent flooding throughout Knoxville, I witnessed a lot of men ready and willing to jump into action to help out their neighbors. Men from our church group helped by digging ditches to divert water away from basements and crawl spaces. When they heard that friends and neighbors were in need, they dropped their Saturday plans and eagerly ran out into the rain to help. It was a great reminder that we as men have a longing to come to the rescue. We want to play the hero, to help others in need, to accomplish great feats in adverse conditions.
On the flip side, we as men are very often reluctant to ask others for help. We tend to wait until the very last minute to reach out to our brothers. We wait until our basements and crawl spaces are already filled with water before we’re willing to ask for help. Even though our brothers are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to jump into action, we attempt to do it ourselves for as long as we can…….until it reaches a point where it’s no longer manageable.