F3 Knoxville

Bricks, Buddies and Big Ball

Big Ball
Workout Date: 10 Apr 2021
QIC: Magic Mic

THE SCENE: Perfect, mid 50’s, partly cloudy
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
WARM-O-RAMA:

SSH, Arm Circles, Rockettes, This and That, Michael Phelps, Cherry Pickers
THA-THANG:
Moseyed over to the brick pile by L&N where everyone grabbed a new buddy (brick). Everywhere we went during the workout we carried our buddies overhead

  • Sidewalk near AO: Doras: 50x Goblet Squats, 100x Tricep Extensions, 150x Curls, while one partner ran down the street and back
  • Big Ball: Doras again with a new partner: 50x Brick Merkins (one hand on brick, merkin, slide brick to other hand, merkin, etc), 100x Flutterkicks with brick overhead (4ct), 150x Calf Raises while holding brick
  • Bridge near Cumberland: walking lunge across with brick
  • Amphitheater: 3 rounds of exercises OYO
    • Round 1: 5x bodybuilders, 10x shoulder raises, 15x American Hammers (4ct), 20x Big Boy Sit ups, 25x Rows at top of stairs
    • Round 2: 10x bodybuilders, 15x shoulder raises, 25x Big Boy Sit ups, 30x Rows at top of stairs
    • Round 3: 20x shoulder raises, 30x Big Boy Sit ups, 35x Rows at top of stairs

COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA

CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Talked about a conversation I had with a student that reminded me of a word Abort gave involving a friend saying “It must be nice” in regards to someone elses situation, not acknowledging their own privileges and blessings. While talking with my student we pointed out that people have a tendency to find pride and validity in our sufferings, so much so that we often overexaggerate them. We tend to place more value on ourselves or less on others depending on the difference in the weight we carry on our shoulders. I have noticed that even in family gatherings its rare that we don’t end up somewhat comparing who has to work the longest hours, or get up the earliest or stay at work the latest. We try to impress each other with things we actually shouldn’t be proud of. Galatians 6:14 actually says that should we boast in anything it should be in the Cross of Jesus Christ. So my encouragement for us was that we seek to keep a true and proper perspective on our situation, rather than finding ways to use our suffering as opportunities to impress.