F3 Knoxville

Psalm 27

Bomb Shelter
Workout Date: 11 Jun 2019
QIC: Hammy

THE SCENE: Clear to partly cloudy, 60 degrees F, 71% humidity – Perfect!

Cherry Pickers, Imperial Squat Walkers, Little Baby Arm Circles, Windmills

AO Run, Bernie, and Karaoke


Starting at South end of Bomb Shelter AO

Merkins x12

WWII Sit Ups x12

SSH x12 (4 Count)

Dry Docks x12

Pull Ups (Modify – Inverted Pull Ups) x12

Box Jumps (Modify – Step Ups/leg) x12

Dips x12

Bernie to CMUs and with CMU perform the following:

Lawn Mower Pulls x12/arm

Bent Rows x12

Squats x12

Curls x12

Triceps Extensions x12

Upright Rows x12

Russian Swings x12

Bear Crawl line to line (about 25 yards)

Run past Troll Bridge (to trail intersection)

Burpees x3

Run to AO

Bear Crawl line to line (about 25 yards)

AMRAP …… until time to recover.


Flutter Kicks, Box Cutters, and X’s and O’s

14 total, no FNGs


Proverb 27

17(a) As iron sharpens iron is one of the mantras of F3 but there is more wisdom from Solomon in Proverb 27.  Here are some of them:

1  Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.  (Be humble, don’t be overconfident.  Be on guard.)

2  Let another man praise you, and not your own mouth; a stranger, and not your own lips.  (Be aware of and avoid self praise.  It means much more when it’s from an outside source.)

4  Wrath is cruel and anger a torrent, but who is able to stand before jealousy?  (Jealousy has a power and destructive capability that goes beyond wrath and anger.  The latter are usually from being provoked while jealousy is more secret and buried within our mental darkness.)

7  A satisfied soul loathes the honeycomb.  (When our life is satisfied from a material or physical aspect we find it easy to reject things that are usually pleasing to us.  Instead we need to fill our hearts and souls with God and His spiritual truths.)

18 Whoever keeps the fig tree will eat its fruit.  (The worker is worthy of the fruit of his labor and not just literally.)

20 Hell and Destruction are never full; so the eyes of man are never satisfied.  (Our longing for things we desire will never be satisfied.  The answer is to have the need channeled and satisfied in God and what He provides.)

15-16 A continual dripping on a very rainy day and a contentious woman are alike; whoever restrains her restrains the wind, and grasps oil with his right hand.  (Instead of trying to change a contentious woman, a wise and godly husband loves her as Jesus loves his church and leaves the changing up to God.)

But getting back to Verse 17, the entire verse reads, “ As iron sharpens iron, so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.”  Just as the striking and friction of iron against iron can sharpen one another, so it is with each of us.  We should not shy away from giving and receiving critical and constructive criticism.  Don’t let a brother walk alone, sharpen him with godly communications.  Walk together in mutual concern for each other’s burdens, worries, and temptations.

Credit David Guzik, Enduring Word                                                                                                          September  6, 2017

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