THE SCENE: 70 degrees with 95% humidity
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER : Standard welcome with COVID recommendations
SSH x 20 IC, Tempo Squat X 10 IC, LB Arm Circles x 10 IC both directions, This ‘n That, 20 High Knees x 2 Count OYO
Mosey to bottom of AO parking lot for Bearicides. PAX does Bear Crawl to first parking spot line and sprint back to start. Rinse & Repeat for all lines (9 or 10 I think). Hold Plank until 6 finishes.
Mosey to Flag Pole for 11’s with Jump Squats and Dips as exercises. (Used benches for dips)
Mosey by way of winding past Out Houses up to Splash Pad for Lungicides. PAX does lunges to first parking spot line and sprint back to start. Rinse & Repeat for all lines (15 or 16 I think). Hold Plank until 6 finishes.
Mosey around Splash Pad to Picnic side for 11’s with BBS and Merkins as exercises.
Mosey by way of winding past Out Houses back down to Tennis Courts. PAX held Wall Sit & Plank to failure.
Only had about 30 seconds left so we did Flutter Kicks x 20 IC 4 Count
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Today’s workout was about the value of making Trade-offs in life. We all have opportunities to make a change and need to know when to do so. Recently I had a Trade-off given to me when I unexpectedly lost my job. This caused me to evaluate my life and recognize the things that have kept me from reaching my potential and to see where I need to make some additional Trade-offs. I reminded the PAX of what they may have felt while doing the workout today. At first during the Bearicides it may not have seemed like a big deal to trade the crawl for the sprint, but on the longer crawls they were happy to get to stop and sprint back. The same was true later on with the Lungicides and that part of the workout was also a lot like the mundane monotony of life that we get used to and do it at the same pace as those around us. Even the 11’s brought Trade-offs that appeared to be good, but sometimes making a change for the sake of a change can wear you out. So the idea is to know and understand when we need to make Trade-offs and what are good Trade-offs to make. The perfect example of a great Trade-off is how these HIMs trade the early morning sleep to be in the Gloom with the PAX to grow and get better! What a way to start the day! The challenge this week is to evaluate your life and see if and/or where you can make some Trade-offs that will allow you to reach your potential.
Pray for Sargent Slaughter’s wife’s family. They lost Grandfather and need wisdom for taking care of Grandmother with Dementia. Also, pray for my wife as she had a strange Vertigo incident yesterday.
CSAUP July 18th at the Dog Pound. Reminder about Saturday morning workouts at the Truck Stop.