Punting on the Pitch.
THE SCENE: 25 degrees, rugby pitch was frozen. Great time to make tough men tougher.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
Daisy Pickers IC 15
Windmills IC 15
Imperial Walkers IC 15
Hillbillies IC 15
Mosey to the Rugby Field.
Bombs with a rugby twist. (partner exercises)
Overhead Clap 125
Punt the football through the Rugby goal posts.
Success: Pax subtract 25 reps from the overall count.
Failure: Pax add 10 reps to the overall rep count.
Pax line for 2 lines about 40 yards apart. 1 Pax runs with the football to the other end then hands off the football. That Pax then runs back in the opposite direction. Each Pax completed 2 sprints.
LBC IC 20
WW1 IC 15
Dying Cockroach IC 10.
Plank for 60 seconds.
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
Moth Balls, Chioccetti, Teacher’s Pet, Alter Boy,Toms, Orange Julius, Jail Bait, Park Bench.
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
2 Corinthians 5:10 For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each of us may receive what is due us for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.
Ultimately, each of us will give account of our lives here on Earth. The importance of not letting sin predominate in our lives cannot be understated. Sin is in many like an infection or a malignancy. It starts out small, but if not removed, takes hold of our lives and can completely control us. However, its effects can be subtle, even to the point where the sin itself is felt to be good or even righteous.
Christ pointed this out with the pharisees in the New Testament, many of whom felt that persecuting and crucifying Christ was doing Gods work. The consequences of this type of “willful blindness” to sin can be devastating.
Given the eternal implications, its important to not accept even the smallest sin in our own lives.
Awesome group of Pax today! YHC could sense high energy from start to finish! The rugby pitch makes a great place to post.
Jail Baits Christmas celebration with MAM affecting a significant number of under served children.