Fort Pain – 2.02.22

PAX: @Timeshare @Offsides @Lone Star @Baby Gap @Reset @Paperboy @Jalisco @Oscar Mayer @Blackout @Finkle
FNGs: 1 Finkle
Q: @Timeshare
Count: 10
Summary of the workout:
  • Introduction, Disclaimer, Meaning, Core Principles
  • Warmarama
  • Side straddle hops in cadence
  • Arm circles and back backs in cadence
  • Willie Mays Hayes
  • Crowd pleasers
  • Mosey up to PeeWees playhouse
  • Thang 1
  • Dora – Partner with someone
  • 75 Merkins
  • 150 LBCs
  • 200 Squats
  • Interval of teammate running from the bottom of the hill to PeeWees playhouse and doing 10 triceps dips
  • Mosey down to the field adjacent to the recycling center
  • Thang 2
  • The Diamond – 4 cones set out in a diamond shape.  Each cone with a work out and mode of transportation to the next cone.  Split into two team starting across from each other
  • Cone 1 – 25 two count shoulder taps.  Broad jump to next cone
  • Cone 2 – 50 WWII sit ups – Bear crawl to next cone
  • Cone 3 – 25 burpees – Broad jump to next cone
  • Cone 4 – 50 LBCs – Crawl bear to next cone
  • Mosey down to the beach
  • Thang 3 – Day at the Beach
  • 5 Pull ups
  • 10 Merkins
  • 20 Squats
  • Lap around beach
  • Rinse and repeat until time.  I think everyone got in about 5 rounds
  • 11:30 Chipotle F2
  • 26th – 10 mile rough neck ruck
  • Beacon Hill this Fri at 5:15
Prayer Requests:
  • @MapQuest and family as they deal with hardships of loss
  • Our friend @Billy Madison and his dealings
  • @Offsides 6th grade student and cancer diagnosis
  • Praise for @Night Light promotion
  • Praise for @Baby Gap 2.0 successful surgery
An excerpt from Got Questions Ministries
God has such a strong concern about grudges that He included a specific command about them when He gave the Law to the Israelites. Leviticus 19:18 says, “Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone among your people, but love your neighbor as yourself. I am the Lord.” It is interesting that God concluded this particular command with the words “I am the Lord.” In doing so, God reminded us that He is the Lord, not us. To hold a grudge is to set ourselves up as judge and jury—to determine that one person’s wrong should not be forgiven. No human being has the right or authority to do that. Romans 12:19 says, “Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: ‘It is mine to avenge; I will repay,’ says the Lord.”
Misunderstanding forgiveness often keeps us in bondage to grudges. We think that to forgive is to excuse sin or pretend the offense did not matter. Neither is true. Forgiveness is not about the other person. Forgiveness is God’s gift to us to release us from the control of someone who has hurt us. When we retain a grudge, we give someone we don’t like power over our emotions. Without forgiveness, just the thought of an offender can send acid to our stomachs and heat to our faces. In essence, we make that person an idol, giving him or her control over us (Deuteronomy 32:39). But when we forgive, we release to God any right to vengeance or restitution. Forgiveness puts our relationship with God back in proper alignment. We acknowledge that He is the Judge, not us, and that He has the right to bring about any resolution He chooses. Forgiveness is the choice to trust God rather than ourselves with the outcome of the offense.
YHC out.  Great morning men, thanks so much for coming to join the workout this morning.

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