THE SCENE: Warm and clear at 70 degrees.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER. Welcome to Fitness Fellowship and Faith, Voluntary, Free, Peer led, not a pro, no knowledge of injuries or fitness considerations, it is each person’s responsibility to be safe and to modify as necessary. Most important, don’t get hurt.
Arm circles – small
Knox Cherry pickers
Indian Run to the coupons – last man does 1 burpee then sprints to the front
Carry your coupon through the entire workout. Or use it on the ground to complete exercises like Merkins.
20 Thrusters 20
Lunges (uphill to cones, mosey back)
10 Bonnie Blairs (jumping lunge) (10 Each leg)
20V-ups or modify with 20 LBCs
20 Alternating Side Squats
20 Grave Diggers (20 each side) (4 count carefully, use your legs)
10 American Hammers (10 each side)
20 Flutter kicks with block held high (4 count)
Repeat from the top until the alarm goes off
15 minutes of PAX choice, everyone got to choose one, including both FNGs
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
What does “Know your limits” mean?
I told a story about playing soccer in a tournament of several games a few weeks ago and the next day mentioned to a Bible Study group that my feet and ankles were very sore from it. Another man in the group said, (somewhat scoldingly) “You gotta know your limits.” His response stuck with me, because he has no clue about me or my “limits”.
So I posed the question at this morning’s COT – What does “Know your limits” mean? The responses from several PAX helped clarify the situation for me. Here are a few insights from the group.
• As a part of living, we are always traversing what appear to be limits as we learn and adjust.
• In order to know your limits, you must explore them and keep them up to date by going and touching them from time to time, because of course they change.
• Consider the source, someone may be giving you advice based on their own limits which could be very bad advice for you.
• Consider the source, and listen, if it is someone who knows you well and they are giving you solid advice from a friend.
The depth of the responses was much greater than I can post here, and I am very grateful that I learn so much from other PAX.
The HIMs at The Project have been a driving force to help me push my limits, shoulder to shoulder. A few months ago, I asked for agreement in prayer to get rid of the nagging fear that I was pushing too much, so that I could enjoy the journey. My fear is gone and I am no longer training “to get slower, slower”, but I am gaining ground. Most encouraging is that I am watching the men around me grow as husbands and HIMs, as well as athletes because they are pushing and evaluating their limits as a natural part of who they are.
My conclusion is that there is no way to “know your limits”, because they are invisible and always changing, so put your confidence in God and your hope in His promises. Maybe it would be better to say, “Know His promises”!
Welcome “Breadbowl” and “Wipeout”, previously known as FNGs.