June 3, 2019

A Stroll Down Merkin Lane


Calm and about 70 F.



Side straddle hops x 30

Imperial Walkers x 20


Burpees x 10


PAX moseyed along the one-half mile track and did the following exercises approximately every one-eighth mile.  Each exercise was 15 reps.

Military Merkins, V-ups, Wide Merkins, V-ups

Monkey Humpers, Pickle Pounders, Monkey Humpers, Pickle Pounders

Rinse and Repeat

PAX moseyed to Pavilion and did 15 reps of the following exercises:

Decline Merkins, Little Baby Crunches, Incline Merkins, Little Baby Crunches

Sit on wall for 60 seconds; PAX then did 15 reps of the following:

Hip taps, calf raises, hip taps, calf raises

Rinse and Repeat

Sit on wall for 60 seconds

PAX did one lap around the track and moseyed to the Pavilion; PAX did 15 reps of the following exercides:

Box jumps, Nolan Ryans, Lunges, Nolan Ryans

Rinse and Repeat


Dealers Choice.
Two PAX:  Tree Hugger and Soulja Boy

Tree Hugger shared some words from commentary on Psalms; an introduction to the commentary , written by Ken Baugh, writes about how we should be rooted in the Word.  He uses Psalm 1:1-3 to show how David introduced this theme of being rooted in the word:  “Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat in the seat of mockers.  But his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night.”  The number one excuse for not reading the bible is time.  None of us has time to read the bible; we have to make time.  Mr. Baugh says that the primary reason Bible reading should be part of our daily routine is because the Bible is the primary tool God uses to transform the mind.

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