62 and Clear
Welcome and Disclaimer
Side Startle Hop x25 IC
Chinook Squats x20 IC
Little baby arm circles Front x15 and back x15 IC
Mountain Climbers x20 IC
Ranger Merkins x20 IC
Run around the parking x2
Line up along the curb
Burp and Merk
Begin a traditional burpee with a single merkin at the bottom, then back to start. Run to second line for a second burpee with two merkins, then back to start. Continue to increase merkins by 1 with each line to the 10th line (should do 10 merkins). Then come down subtracting one merkin for each line all the way to 1. Total merkins = 100
Count off in 3s then mosey to flag pole.
Group 1 – 10 pull-ups in the dugout
Run from dugout to short walls near playground
Group 2 -10 step-ups at the short walls
Run from playground to covered area
Group 3 – 10 rows and 10 merkins
Run from covered area to dugout
Rinse and repeat x4
Mosey to bottom of Cardiac Hill
Cardiac Merkin Circuit
Bottom = 20 Ranger Merkins
1st curve = 20 Diamond Merkins
2nd curve = 20 Wide Merkins
Top = 20 Derkins on a bench
Star Fish Crunch x 10 IC
Flutter Kicks x 25 IC
Peter Parkers X 20 IC
Merkins X 20 IC
Number off & Name-O-Rama
Do not be Anxious – Matthew 8:25-34
I have been challenged recently with some uncertainty about what I am going to do when I grow up.
And as I have been going through these I have realized that much of what I have been about achieving and experiencing and measuring my worth based on that.
And as with many of us I have struggled to trust Gods timing. I think we have all be programed by the world to want answers now when that may not necessarily be God’s timing. I have been prayerful and seeking his truths about this but I often find myself falling back into the same old desires and habits. It should be easy right? God says to trust him so I should. I think our desire is to want the easy button.
Now tell me that one more time again God. What is the recipe? I read a book, the bible, or hear a great sermon, or list to Captain and P-Nut. I want to be that and put it into action but still fall back into the same traps of wanting to accumulate more
Cool morning morning at the Asylum provided a great setting for the PAX work hard. Spirits were high as always and we ended with group prayer for several PAX members. Cap’n Crunch also announced that there will be devotions on biblical manhood on Wednesday mornings for those interested.