Double Down (R)
Pew Pew (R)
Tammy Faye Baker
Little Jerry (R)
Crock Pot Q
75 deg F, 80% RH.
YHC is not a professional, nor has he received any certification or training. Everything Q says is merely a suggestion. You as a PAX are here voluntarily on your own free will. This will likely be a high intensity exercise, so if you have any medical condition or physical limitation, you should consider not participating. You are encouraged to modify everything as necessary according to your ability, disability, injury, fitness level, etc.
Typical Crock Pot warm up
Side Straddle Hops (IC): x10
Slooooow Grass Grabbers (IC): x10
Stay down, hold left ankle: 10 count
Stay down, hold right ankle: 10 count
Kendra Newman forward: 10 count
Kendra Newman backward: 10 count
Imperial Walker (IC): x10
Toy Soldier (IC): x10
Side Straddle Hops 1.5x speed (IC): x10
Four stations were sprinkled around the paved loop that goes around the school and chapel.
The workout was AMRAP doing the exercises and reps as shown on the signs.
Station 1: Strict Pull Ups (to failure)
Do one set to the point where you have to kip, jump, or do a negative.
Station 2: 30 Step Ups (single count) under the portico
Station 3: 25 Big Boys
Station 4: Sideways Plank-Walk
PAX were instructed to keep a proper plank and side walk the roughly 30 yard distance marked off by cones. Keep that core tight!
We got several rounds in, with everyone spacing out well yet going at their own speed.
With 8 minutes left, we peeled off to do a partial set of elevens in the big lot (the short way) with Merkins at the top and Burpees at the bottom. Except for Bootlegger, who opted to do them in reverse. I didn’t ask if this was because he was confused or enjoyed the punishment.
Tidwell and Meter Maid are doing the monthly ruck and raising money for Critically Loved. If you participated in the F3on3 tournament, there’s a (suggested) retroactive entry fee that Pelican requests you give to Critically Loved.
Luke 6:45 says, “The good person out of the good treasure of his heart produces good, and the evil person out of his evil treasure produces evil, for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.”
Watch what you consume. If you watch something with your eyes or hear it with your ears, don’t be surprised when it comes out your mouth. Everything you listen, watch, and think aren’t just media, they’re individual seeds that get planted in your heart. What fills up your heart will be what comes out of your mouth.
There is a lot of hurt, heartbreak, and pestilence in our world right now. We need people who are an “abundance of good.”
We had three intentions, all of which are particularly timely and particularly broad. We prayed for the people of Afghanistan, the people of Haiti, and the people either fighting and treating COVID-19. It is important for us to pray for people who are fighting battles that we may not be witnessing.
It was particularly fulfilling to see this group of PAX. Specifically, it was good to see Little Jerry (R), who has been on the underdog side of a tough COVID-19 bout lately. He’s on the mend, and he’s still tough as nails, but he’s working back toward 100%. Also, it was good to see Pew Pew, who has joined the “Respect” ranks since I’ve seen him last. He’s been a consistent attendee at my Q’s over the years, which both makes me happy and makes me question his sanity. Lastly, Tammy Faye Baker recently took a pastor position at Crestwood UMC just down the road. This wasn’t his first post at the County, but it was the first time he and I had crossed paths in a while. It was good to welcome (christen?) him as a new County boy.
Until next meal,