When: 02/21/2020


Number of Pax: 9

Pax Names: Dump Truck, Flatline, Fleetwood, Hartford, Oddjob, Papa John, Short Circuit, Twinkle Toes,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Ice T

The BackBlast:

Intro:YHC had two workouts planned depending on how cold & wet it was…. Mental note   Concrete basketball court about 10 degrees colder than asphalt



Missy to the Bball Court

SSH In cadence 10

Weedpicker in cAdence 10

Mountain Man Pooper in cadence

Copper Head Squats in cadence

sun god OYO

Mkchael Phelps OYO

The Thang:

Four Corners

exercise at each corner 10, 20,30,40
burpees 5,10,15,20

Making the rounds
Bear Crawl Length ( 100’ Approx )

Lunge width( Approx 45’)

Crawl Bear Length

Lunge Width

equals one round

exercises per round

1st Round  Big Boy Sit Ups

2nd Round Shoulder Tap – 2 count

3rd round Burpees

4th Round  Rosalitas

While doing first round concrete and frozen water numbed the back to the point where YHC almost modified

we stuck it out and suffered-  I mean are better for it


Geppetto Run


Continued effort to be positive impact on all we encounter

Book of James — Slow to Speak Quick to listen &’slow to anger

Naked Man Moleskin:

. . . what will it profit a man
if he gains the whole world?—Matthew 16:26

“Life’s not all about success.” Those are fairly heretical words for most of us men—men trying to ascend—men for whom success in careers, success in raising kids, or success in just looking successful have become so important. Planning for success, working for it, worrying about it—they dominate our everyday lives. And, I mean, look around. How could life not be all about success? Well, brother, it’s not. Our King, Jesus Christ, teaches us that it’s not.

“Life is not defined by what you have, even when you have a lot”
(Luke 12:15 MSG).

Now, make no mistake, life is partially about success—we’ve got to spend our lives for something, and we should do that something as well as we can. So, we mustn’t forget success entirely. We just can’t make it an ultimate thing. “If you are too obsessed with success, you will forget to live,” wrote Thomas Merton. When we focus all, or even most, of our lives on achieving success, we fall short of the full life Jesus promises in John 10:10. We miss those parts of life we’re meant to devote to the success of others.

How many of us sacrifice huge portions of the lives we’re meant to live—loving wives; spending time with kids; eating meals with families; hanging out with friends; helping people in need—spending too much time on our own success? How many of us are unavailable to those who need us most, whose lives are enriched by us—and who’ll enrich ours, right back?

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