THE SCENE: Upper 60’s.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
Warm up was on the fly due to nearly double the number of pax for a Saturday and not having enough space for my planed warm-up.
Tempo Curls w CMU
Took the Pax to the Baseball Field for a baseball themed beatdown (music and all!) The dice calls the beatdown movements, roll the dice complete the exercise and return to roll the dice. If running to a base you run them as if you would in baseball. (Example – Dice roll of 4 – Run to 3rd base and complete 30 Merkins; you would run as if you “hit” a triple, running to first then 2nd and finish at 3rd base with 30 Merkins prior to running back to re-roll the dice for the next movement.
ROLL 2 DICE AND COMPLETE THE EXERCISE:
2. Run to 1st base and complete 10 burpees
3. Run to 2nd base and complete 20 V-ups
4. Run to 3rd base and complete 30 Merkins
5. Run to pitchers mound and complete 20 CMU Thrusters
6. run to right field and complete 50 Air Squats
7. Run to center field and complete 40 BBS
8. Run to left field and complete 50 Ankle Taps
9. Millennial run around baseball field
10. Run stairs 10 times
11. Complete 30 bleacher Dips
12. Walking Lunge around all the bases
CMU Flutter Kicks
CMU American Hammers
LBC Cash Out
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.
*James doesn’t say IF you face trials, but WHENEVER you face them. He assumes that we will have trials and that it is possible to profit from them. The point is not to pretend to be happy when we face pain, but to have a positive outlook (“consider it pure joy”) because of what trials can produce in our lives. James tells us to turn our hardships into times of learning. Tough times can teach us perseverance.