[ The Scene ]
- 50s – cool
[ Welcome/Disclaimer ]
RAW – SAW
- Welcome to F3: Fitness – Fellowship – Faith
- My name is Steam and I’m honored to be in your company and be your Q this morning
- Couple of things before we begin:
- (1) I am not a professional
- (2) You’re here on your own volition
- (3) If you need to modify anything we do this morning – feel free to do so as you need but push yourself and those around you.
- No man left behind – no man left the same
This WILL be a character building workout and you will leave better than when you came in. Sore, perhaps, but better.
[ Warm o Rama ]
(1) SSH: 7 x 4 IC
(2) Merkin: 7 x 1 (up/down)
(3) Tempo Squat: 10 x 4
(4) Man-Makers: 15 x 8
[ The Thang ]
(1) There and Back Again
- Run to the tennis court
- 25 Squats (1 count)
- Run back to AO circle
- 25 LBCs (4 count)
- Run to the bathroom building
- 25 LBCs (4 count)
- Run back to AO Circle
- 25 flutter kicks (4 count)
(Mosey to pull-up bars)
- Road signs and lights on either side of the road = 10 squats
- There are a lot of signs
- 5 pull-ups/chin-ups here
- Run up the hill to the top where the pavilion is on the right
- 5 merkins (1 count)
- Rinse and Repeat 6x
(Mosey back to AO for Mary)
[ Mary ]
- AO Lot: 50 x 4 Flutter Kicks
- 50 x 4 Hello Dollys
- 50 x 4 LBCs
25 x 8 Man Makers (8-count body builders)
Stretching to finish it out
[ COT ]
- # off
- Name o Rama
Waiting on the Lord In the Midst of Loudness
- The loudness of the world that we live in – there is such a deafening loudness.
- An example of this is the Presidential Debate last night
- Political leanings, opinions, views – that’s not what this is about.
- One of the great things about F3 is that when you arrive at the AO – all that stuff gets checked at the door.
- However that’s not what this BOM is about – I only use this example because watching it last night – I was just thinking – this is loud. So loud. The theme I took away as a 26 year old, as an American, and most importantly as a follower of Christ – was a deafening loudness.
- No luckily there’s not a debate every night but what do we do as High Impact Men when we’re constantly surrounded by a loudness from the world?
- Andrew Murray’s book “Waiting on God” has some great points towards this
- So there are two ways that touch on the how and why of waiting on God through the loudness
- (1) Waiting on God for Instruction
- Psalm 25:4-5 — Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths. Lead me in your truth and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation; for you I wait all the day long
- Murray writes: The psalm has always been a very special one because of its reiterated expression of the felt need of the divine teaching and of the childlike confidence that that teaching would be given. Study the psalm until your heart is filled with 2 thoughts: the absolute need and the absolute certainty of divine guidance.
- (2) Waiting on God With the Heart
- Psalm 31:24 — Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!
- Murray writes: Let the heart wait at times in perfect silence and quiet; in its hidden depths God will work. Be sure of this, and just wait on Him.
If that’s not a hard thing to do I don’t know what is.