Muscle Beach – 3.12.21

St. Patrick visits Muscle Beach
PAX: @Hot N Ready @fancyfeast @flashdance @Milkshake @Jalisco @Fertile Myrtle @Foosball @Operation @Rudolph @Dipstick @Jazz Hands YHC
10 SSH
10 merkins
10 squats
2 min stretching OYO
10 burpees
Thang: Irish AMRAPs (As Many Rounds As Possible)
10 min AMRAP:
7 atomics
7 coupon thrusters
20 burpee intermission
10 minute AMRAP:
7 coupon curls
7 Lt. Dan's
20 burpee intermission
10 min AMRAP
7 merkins
7 overhead squats
20 4ct flutter kick intermission
10 min AMRAP
7 burpees
7 coupon thrusters
20 Freddie Merks
2 min of planking
2 min of 8ct body builders in cadence.
For the last 15 min of the beatdown, PAX rotated out one at a time and performed 4 ground to shoulders with the 80ish lb sb.
12 mile ruck tomorrow. Holler at @Cosmo for deets
@Hot Mic has his VQ at #the-armory tomorrow
@Foosball’s boss and family friend
All those traveling on spring break and those who have to stay home with their 2.0’s
my work situation
St. Patrick is one of my favorite Saints. He was obedient to God’s call and brought the Good News to pagan Ireland, which was later brought to Europe  and subsequently to the US. Thus, we western Christians can all credit St. Patrick at least partially with the faith we enjoy today. It’s a shame his Feast Day has evolved into an excuse for many to simply get drunk.
There are Ireland’s in the lives of all of us, (friends, family, coworkers, etc.) and God is calling us to evangelize and be a light to them. As with St. Patrick, this path will be fraught with trials, but Christ will be with us every step of the way. Gal. 2:20, John 16:33.
Have the fortitude, humility, and obedience to answer His call, and never underestimate what Christ can do through you.
With all of the above in mind, I challenge you to approach this St. Patrick’s Day with a temperate, grateful, and humble heart. Have a drink with a loved one(s) and toast to how blessed we are to reside in the mustard tree that St. Patrick helped cultivate; then resolve to live in such a way that is worthy of his efforts and obedient to Christ’s will. Mark 4:30-32.
TD out.

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