Low 70s & muggy
F3 Welcome and Disclaimer
Imperial Walkers IC x 10
Tempo Squat IC x 10
Indian run toward the Asylum building
Cone course of 5 cones + steep hill. 3 laps around the course performing exercises at each cone.
Everything on a single count x 20 reps.
Rd1: Hello Dolly , Diamond Merkins, Squats, Downhill bear crawl, Dive Bombers
Rd2: Squat Jumps, American Hammers, Dry Docks, Burpees, Smurfjacks
Rd3: Starjacks, Iron Mikes, Plankjacks, Box Cutters, Wide Merkins
Mosey back to hill beside AO
Battle buddy up & grab 1 CMU per pair. Buddy A runs to top of hill and performs 10 Windmill Merkins while Buddy B does the following.
Rd2: Overhead Press
Rd3: Upright Rows
Pyramids. 10 reps of each exercise with a 10 pace bear crawl out & back between rounds.
Rd2: Merkins, Squats
Rd3: Merkins, Squats, Big Boy Situps
Rd4: Merkins, Squats, Big Boy Situps, Lunges
Final minute: 1 minute of Merkins
Number Off and Name-O-Rama
Does your marriage serve as a witness for Christ? How do you treat your wife…do you treat her as a daughter of God, just like you want to be treated as a son of God? When other people look at your relationship with your wife do they see a picture of the gospel?
I recently watched a video series that revolved around these questions and it really impacted me. The take home point was that I do indeed need to be looking at my marriage in light of eternity. Instead of focusing on the benefits or frustrations I personally receive from my marriage, I need to put the focus on Christ. Once I do that I become stronger and more purposeful in everything I do. I no longer focus on how my wife has frustrated me, or made me mad, or how she doesn’t live up to stereotypical expectations. Rather, I begin to view her as my partner for sharing the gospel. Marriage is a perfect union that is a picture of how Christ loved the church and we should be using our marriages to bring glory to Him.