November 15, 2018

Dirty McDeuce Mile @ the Blazing Saddle 11/15

THE SCENE:  A Snowy 30°, GORGEOUS morning for the downpainment!

Given, disclaimed, no FNGs, tough stuff will ensue, modifications may be needed

SSH x15 IC, Turd Pickers x10 IC, Mountain Climbers x15 IC

THA-THANG:  Dirty McDeuce Mile
4 sets of 3 exercises done to 12 IC 4 counts

Exercise 1 – Merkins x12 IC

Exercise 2 – Squats x12 IC

Exercise 3 – BBSUs x25 OYO

  1. Run quarter mile, stop, PAX execute 1-3 IC
  2. Run quarter mile, stop, PAX execute 1-3 IC
  3. Run quarter mile, stop, PAX execute 1-3 IC
  4. Run quarter mile, stop, PAX execute 1-3 IC


Mosey to the water fountain, grab some brick, men.

Set 1 – Dips x10 IC followed by Erkins x10 IC (4 counts)

Set 2 – Dips x10 IC followed by Erkins x10 (4 counts)

Flutter Kicks x25 IC (4 count)

Thor’s to 5×20 to wrap us up

6 PAX (0 FNGs) – U-Rock, Sparky, Snowman, Murse, Pablo, YHC Halpert on Q


Following 1040’s COT on the day prior at the Levee, the theme being – “No pain is wasted” – Kennon Vaughan, Harvest Church

 But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. (2 Corinthians 12:9 ESV)

When you’re in pain and suffering, going through a storm, whatever the low may be, find strength in Christ Jesus.  Abide in Him and His sovereignty and know that even in the storm, Christ is good.  He is with you.  He is our strength.  So, learn from the pain and hard times and know you’re strong because Christ lives in you!

Sparky running to and from BC in the snow, what a HIM!

We grabbed Coffeeteria at West Street Diner after and Snowman got cornered for some good old Hardwick storytelling.  Pablo is my dad, Murse is my brother, Snowman was the son Pablo never had this morning.


From Daniel Tiger shared via Slack:  Join us this Saturday from 4:30-8pm at Connect Language Center for a Thanksgiving potluck. Bring your friends and family as well as a dish to share. This will be a time to celebrate our clients, volunteers, and students, and give thanks for the goodness in our lives!