March 14, 2020

Forgot About the 75 Burpees

Welcome/Disclaimer

WoR
10 DP IC
20 Windmills IC
10 AC, 10 Rev AC
10 Michael Phelps

Thang: Burpee Hill Circuit
Run down to base of hill.
Bearcrawl up. 5 Burpees.
Rinse/repeat x 5 increasing burpees by 5 each time for total of 75 burpees

Mosey to Amphitheatre

Dora 1-2-3-2-1
Partner up. While P1 is doing the 1-2-3-2-1, P2 Lunge Walks bench to bench

Exercises:
100 Merkins
200 BBSUs
300 Dips
200 WW1s
100 Carolina Dry Docks

Mosey back to start

Mary:
Thank Plank x 3 minutes

COT
CoR: 6
NoR: Pebbles, Hobo (345), Landline (345), Slater (Post-Buffalo training), Tremor (AOQ), Photoshop (QiC)

BoM
Fear Not
Have you ever spoken to someone who is determined in finding the bad in  every situation? Winnie the Pooh has Eeyore, SNL has Debbie Downer, and you and I have the evening news.

It goes something like this:

You text your child, and they don’t respond within .00032 seconds. You start to envision your child in a ditch on the side of the road, or maybe they have been kidnapped.

Your boss emails you at 6pm informing that they want to see you in their office first thing in the morning. You start to update your resume so when you get fired, you’ll be ready.

Your wife says, “We need to talk.” WARNING!!! WARNING!!! Oh boy, I’m in trouble!

As you can see, we’re almost prewired to expect the worst in most situations—even when it’s not warranted. Your child may not text you back right then because they are driving and it’s not safe. Your boss may want to get your opinion on a project or tell you how good a job you’re doing. Your wife is asking to talk with you about needing to make time for each other.

My favorite part of this verse is how it ends.  Paul knew there might be somebody who says, “Well, what about…” , He ends with, “Nor anything else.”

Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither present nor future, neither powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else.

Trials will come, anxiety will occur, failure will happen, hardship will come, but one thing you can always bet on is the love of God for you. He promises Christians that He will never leave them. Your eternity is secured.

At the end of Romans 8 is one of the most encouraging sections of scripture, period. It shows us that life is hard, but God is better, and He always comes through.

Uncommen Questions:

Do you question your faith in times like these? Do you live in fear?
Do you trust God to work to the good in ALL things?

Uncommen Challenge:

I challenge you to spend a week dwelling on the fact that God is in control and works all to good.

Prayers
1. Prayers CORONA situation. Families with kids out of school needing food.

QIC:
Photoshop
Workout Date:
03-14-2020