October 25, 2018

TABATA at the Berm, 10-24

THE SCENE: High 40’s clear. Perfect.

Arm circles, Abe Vigoda OYO

Q: Lipton


Mosey to coupons, pick one up. Take down to benches

30 seconds each exercise.

  1. Burpees
  2. SSH
  3. Squats
  4. Merkins
  5. Mountain Climbers
  6. Lunges
  7. Dips
  8. High Knees
  9. Smurf Jacks
  10. Curls
  11. Jumps
  12. Row Lifts

Break for 60 seconds. Repeat.

Run quarter mile.

  • 10 merkins, 10 burpees, 10 LBCs
  • Bear crawl to tree and back
  • 20 LBCs

Repate TABATA workout.

Flutter kicks; box cutters; guantanamo

8 PAX (Tomb Raider; Photoshop; Judah; Lipton; Vocals, Yard Sale, Big City, Houdini)
This week we lost great Christian theologian Eugene Peterson. He was a brilliant thinker, philosopher, and linguist. He mastered English and was proficient in dead languages. But he is best known for his version of the Bible, The Message. It could be understood by a 3rd grader. He didn’t just write for his peers. He wrote for the guy in the checkout line and the woman driving the mail truck. He was capable of brilliance; he opted for humility. Many people didn’t even know who Eugene Peterson was. They just knew they were holding a copy of the Bible they could understand.

We all want to be remembered at our best: for our best thoughts, our best jokes, our best moments of integrity, and our best behaviors. But are we willing to set that aside and consider what we bring out in someone else?