Roughnecks – 11.22.21

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Roughnecks
Conditions: 44 degrees at start dropping to 37 by the time we finished. Steady NW breeze throughout.
PAX: @Jalisco @Hot Mic (Tribute) @2nd F Kwame @Three’s Company @Ginsu @Operation QiC: @Offsides
Intro and Disclaimer
Warmoramaa
SSH
BAC
Back BAC
Willy Mayes
Good morning
Thang 1
Native American Sandbag Mosey (ruck + mix of 60 & 80 SBs on a swift mosey to Lowes. Every 2 min, we rotate sandbags forward and the man in the back sprints to the front of the line to pick up his sandbag and set the pace.
Thang 2 – Toss Across
Start at one end of the Lowes parking lot and do 1 sandbag squat, 1 ruck merkin, 1 endorphin.
Front, side or overhead toss your sandbag the length of two parking spaces. Once there, repeat the exercises with two reps. No bag? Bear crawl and air squat for the six.
Once everyone arrives, do three of each exercise. Continue till the end of the parking lot. 7 rounds in all.
Thang 3:
Return to Harvey park with a faster pace and the same rotation as before on a 1 min rotation.
Time. (+ 1 minute of extra credit)
Announcements:
Turkey Path + check #_announcements
Prayer requests:
@Three’s Company – Stephen Kines (neighbor) passed away. Left a wife and two daughters.
@2nd F Kwame – F3 Mooresville’s Nantan (Duval) father passed away. Prayers for he and his family.
@Jalisco – parents traveling back home. For safety.
@Hot Mic (Tribute) – daughter Shaley has had a flair up with edema. Pray for relief.
Travels for all of the PAX this Thanksgiving and for those faced with difficult family dynamics.
Moleskin
As we approach Thanksgiving, I want to take just a moment to reflect on gratitude. Gratitude involves wanting what one has rather than having what one wants. Gratitude is a spiritual gift and can be a powerful force force in our lives. My prayer for myself and for each one of us today is that we have hearts that can feel, ears that can hear, and eyes that can truly see our blessings, so that we may live in continual gratitude toward God and those around us.
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a crumb into a feast, a shack into a home, a stranger into a brother. . . . Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and gives us a clear vision for tomorrow.
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 says, “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”
I’m grateful for each of you men here today. For the decision you made to wake up and show up. For the investment you’ve made in me over the past 10 months, whether you were aware of it or not. And, as a result, the investment you made in my family, my marriage, my workplace and this community. For the rest of the days this body is able, I’ll do my best to return the favor.
Offsides, out.

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