THE SCENE: Mid 40’s … clear skies
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
Cherry Picker IC (x10)
SSH IC (x15) but we did 16 because I forgot to stop.
Rockettees IC (x20)
Hand Release Merkins OYO (x15)
Groiner IC (x10)
Burpees OYO (x10) with 5 overhead claps between each.
Mosey to playground… duck walk across bridge on the way (compliments of Bartman)
30 pull-ups & 30 American Hammers any way you get them in.
1. modified 4 corners on half soccer field (compliments of Gibbler)
corner 1: squats 2: BBS 3: lunges 4: CDD. go to each corner through the center where 2 burpees are needed to continue. Repeat twice 1st time with 20 reps second time with 10.
2. Bear Crawl Ring of Fire on the center circle (Compliments of Cosmo)
1. 360 degrees of bear crawl with 10 merkins 2. 180 of boo boo bear crawl with 10 werkins. 3. repeat with other leg. 4. 180 degrees of crawl bear with 10 derkins.
3. quarter pounder – no cheese (compliments of Woodshack)
4. wheel barrow and fireman carry (compliments of Bartman)
battle buddy up – wheel barrow across parking lot for 5 spaces then 5 merkins. switch positions. Continue across lot. Return leg is fireman carry back. switch positions Half way back.
5. 11s on dog poop hill (compliments of Butters)
crawl bear up dog poop hill with easy ups at the top and squat jumps at the bottom (2 overhead hand claps between each rep).
Peter Parkers IC (x10)
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
I heard a story of a guy recently who was watching his car being stolen on a cold morning when he had left it running outside to warm up. He noticed the car being driven away through a window and out of instinct chased the guy down. The thief, being cold and disoriented, couldn’t put the car in park and eventually stopped the car but didn’t run away. The owner of the car after regaining possession of the vehicle saw the thief and rather than anger had felt pity for him. He was poor, homeless, delirious, cold and unable to think clearly. The story ended with with the car owner driving the thief to a shelter where he could get his needs met.
It took a week of this stewing inside my mind to realize how much this mirrored the Christmas story. God, rather than anger, had mercy, even when we were yet his enemy. Also, I consider the many times I look at people in anger instead of compassion. Jesus said, “forgive them for they know not what they do.” Do I consider people as those who are suffering and lost?