THE SCENE: Perfect July Morning ! Temp was about 74. Had rain over the weekend. Dew on the grass, did not see or smell any skunks.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
Reminded everyone that I was worse than any professional. Monitor and modify..etc. Covid disclaimer – do not spit on each other!
SSH, Cherry Picker, Butter Fly ( Included Coach Dunn’s advice) , Shoulder Stretch, Arm Circles, 50 % pace lap around parking lot.
Mosey down to playground
- set of 11s – Box Jams and Decline Merkins
Mosey to Picketts Hill
- Set of 7s – Run 1/2 way up Picketts and do Burpee with Carolina Dry Dock on bottom.
- 10 Count Recovery after 7 set complete.
- Run up Picketts Hill
On Top of Picketts Hill – 10 count set of Squats followed by Mosey to bottom of Everest.
At Bottom of Everest
- 10 Merkins, 10 4 Count Flutter Kicks, then run to stump that is approximately 1/3 up Everest. Repeat this 3 exercise set 5 times.
- Run to top of Everest and then 10 count recovery. Followed by mosey to AO.
5 minutes game of Duck Duck Goose with Pax doing core exercises while the “Ducker” goes around the circle to finish.
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
16 Pax got better today.
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Shared today the contrast of the story of Job vs the book of Proverbs. Proverbs gives us practical wisdom and advice for living our life. The story of Job is a story of a good life gone bad as God gives Job the many challenges he has to face. You could argue that these two parts of the Bible are so different that you would wonder if they are in the same book! So much of our lives we have been fortunate to have lived in a Proverbs world. However all of us will from time to time find ourselves in a Job world through challenges in our personal, professional, spiritual or physical ( health ) life. In the current world – pandemic, economic, political , racism etc.. it seems like we ( our country/ community, world) have all been going through a Job phase. As leaders we need to keep that focus like Job. There is another side and it is up to HIMS like us to help and be strong for our community and Pax.
After the Proverbs / Job word I shared that I had found an old book about change that I had lost. The book “Who moved my cheese” was a successful book 20 years ago about change in the workplace and how to adapt. The book is a 10 minute read and I recommend it in our quickly changing world – here is a summary I found online:
Who Moved My Cheese Summary
Have a great week everyone
Code Brown reminded that there were still a couple of Qs left for the week.