THE SCENE: low 30s on this fine April morning.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
20 SSH, 15 Moroccan night club, 10 tempo Merkins, 10 tempo squats, 15 Imperial walkers, 5 cherry pickers
Indian run to the coupon pile. Circuit workout prepared by YHC.
- 20 overhead presses and run up the stairs
- 10 pull-ups or as many as you can with bar hang or modification as needed
- Mosey around the corner to the Sophomore
- 20 merkins and run to the corner diagonal from present location
- 20 squats
- Mosey back toward the coupon pile but stop at the intersection
- 10 burpees and mosey to the corner of the maintenance building
- 20, 2-ct flutter kicks
15 Hello Dolly, 20 side crunches (total), 10 pistol crunches (total), protractor
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
11 took on this “pain and simple workout” (See what I did there?)😜
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
I Pet. 2:9-10 NASB
“But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a hold nation, a people for God’s own possession, so that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who has called you out of the darkness into His marvelous light; for you once were not a people, but now you are the people of God; you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy.”
The King James renders “a people of God’s own possession” as “a peculiar people”. We are set apart and different because we belong to God. Therefore, what should be look like? Should we act differently than those who are not God’s possession? The Bible teaches that we should be different. Think about how you behave around people who are not believers. Can they tell that you act differently? That you have a higher moral standard? If there is nothing about how we present ourselves to the world that looks different, then we have some work to do. We should stand out in a crowd in the way that we act. This is my challenge. Ask yourself this, “Do the people around me know that I am a follower of Christ by the way I act? If the answer is “no”, then work on making changes to make yourself “peculiar”.