You can tell the fresh days of spring are quickly escorting in the humidity of summer. The wind was blowing the fog in off the coast so the dew was a little heavy but still cool!
Date of Beatdown: 2019-04-30
Name-O-Rama: Mudslide, Grasspatch, Wishbone, Bluegrass, Rainbird, Tag Team, Bob the Builder, Magnum, and YHC
Warm-Up-Gig: One minute warning
Disclaimer - missed by the Q - he must need a Q school!
The Thang That Surely Happened: LBAC - 20F, 20R, 20OH, and 20 Seal Claps (Casual Conversation Style)
Windmills - 20 IC
TTT - 15 IC
Emperor Walkers - 30 IC
MOSEY out of parking lot down sidewalk along Mill Pond toward Hwy 378 pausing on the Q call for the following goodies:
First stop under the light: Mountain Climbers - 30 IC
Shoulder taps - 30 IC
Mosey to the Guardrail:
2 sets of - Dips 20 IC
Mosey. Around the gate and up the hill to most wobbly goal post around for partner assisted Pull Ups - 2 stations 2 rounds of 10 per PAX. Meanwhile don’t stand there! Take a break while you alternate LBC and Squats AMRAP style.
Mosey. Moving on to the rear Rec. Parking lot we stop for
2 rounds of Rocky Balboa's
Lunge for a short distance.
Mosey to the Small Engine store for round of Mary and an obvious lesson on the anatomical correct stomach muscle by Wishbone and Bluegrass.
Flutter kicks - 30
Scissor kicks - 30
Box Cutters - 15
Hillbillies - 30 for our Lats NO our Obliques! (Where does this stuff come from?). All got an extra stomach crunch from laughing at the Q!
Mosey to our last destination: Hwy 378!
Now we have to get back home. On ROUTE 66 with Lunges counting a set for for both right and left leg = 132 lunges!
With 19 minutes to go we are a little tight on schedule but it gets easier, right??
Mosey- start at 11 and work our way down to 1 back at AO!
Last set in the parking lot was an all out sprint for last 50 yards!
Back with 3 minutes to go.
COMPLETED A SOLID BEATDOWN while RUNNING 2.25Miles (per Bluegrass)!!
Great job guys!
Circle of Trust: Circle up and get a 2 for 1! We Stretched WHILE sharing announcements, prayer concerns, and good #mumblechatter rounded out the morning.
Prayed us out!
Announcements: Wednesday at the NUTHOUSE - Q SCHOOL 101! Lead by Bluegrass
Saturday at the Anvil - Q SCHOOL 101! Lead by Grasspatch
Q Sheet needs to be filled in.
Tee shirt order is closing fast.
Moleskin: “My son, if you accept my words and store up my commands within you, turning your ear to wisdom and applying your heart to understanding— indeed, if you call out for insight and cry aloud for understanding, and if you look for it as for silver and search for it as for hidden treasure, then you will understand the fear of the Lord and find the knowledge of God.”
Proverbs 2:1-5 NIV
Guys as I read this, God's warnings jumped off the page at me. As I have been dealing with some issues in my personal life of ministry, I have been guilty of having a bad or blurred focus by being easily distracted. I hear God challenging us as leaders to be careful where we put our focus (you can insert your #jester here).
God warns us to seek him more than the money we strive to make. Imagine if our efforts were that focused. Would it leave much room for the sin (or selfishness) in our life? The world would surely look a lot different, and we would see more good in the world. It's too easy to spend good energy chasing sin...
However if you really want God's wisdom, align your focus first. Look for the good in your career, look for the good in your friends, look for the good in your church, praise your kids when you see them do the right thing, seek and praise the good in your wife, and search diligently to find God in everything!
It was an honor to lead!
YHC - RUNOFF