March 23, 2019

Hard Things Got Did.

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THE SCENE: A scosche colder than YHC spected. Arrived just in time to fist bump The Streak on his way out because, in his own words, his “feelings weren’t working” or something like that.


I’m sure I said some stuff about that.


  • Quick Feet/High Knees
  • 123 TDD x10IC
  • ISW x10IC
  • Large Arm Circles x10IC F&R
  • Daisy Pickers x10IC
  • Quad Stretch

PAX partnered up and traveled over to the lil baby parking lot as described below:

  • Wheelbarrow to first light post and do 10 high knees jumps.
  • Wheelbarrow to next light post and do 10 jump lunges.
  • Crabwalk to next light. 10 high knee jumps.
  • Duckwalk/10 jump lunges
  • Bearcrawl/10 high knee jumps
  • Arrive at destination

Dora 123 using 150 Squats, 150 BBSU, and 150 Flutter Kicks. Partner travels 40 yards to guard rail and knocks out 10 Derkins.

140 yard sprint further up the back road to establish plenty of distance for an Indian run back to startex.

Orange Julius SMOKED YHC on the sprint. TCLAPS, homey.


  • Hello Dollys
  • Flutter Kicks
  • V-ups

Orange Julias, Sleep Number, Wall Builder, Woodpecker, Jasmine, Soulja Boy (QIC)


James 5:12
But above all, my brothers, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or by any other oath, but let your yes be yes and your no be no, so that you may not fall under condemnation.

A staple mantra in YHC’s household is “Say what you mean and mean what you say”.

Why is it so difficult for us to simply say yes or no? Perhaps because we like the ambiguity of not having to follow through with what we say. Or maybe because its easier to put off a tough decision for a later time. We may flirt with tendencies towards deceitfulness and not want others to know our true intentions.

Whatever the reason, God expects His children to be clear cut with their words. We aren’t to wade in the subtle grey areas of ambiguity with our words. Rather we are to be people who speak plainly, clearly, and truthfully so that we aren’t condemned by our own words, so we don’t mislead others, and so that we speak truth into other peoples lives.

Prayed for baby Shepherd’s recover as well as strength and comfort for mommy and daddy.

Sorry I had your compressor and nail gun so long, Woodpecker.

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