THE SCENE: Warm and muggy
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
20 SSH, 4 ct
15 Imperial Walkers, 4 ct
Little baby arm circles, 4 ct, 15 forward, 15 back
Stretching, little of this and that
5 Cherry pickers
Mosey to upper field. 2 rounds:
At the bleachers, do 10 dips, 10 lunges (each leg), 10 sumo squats, and 10 wide arm merkins.
Take a lap doing reps at each corner (5, 10, 15, then 20)
Lap 1 = burpees, Lap 2 = BBS
Mosey to outhouse for 21s:
Easy ups at the top of the hill
Squats at the bottom
Round Q: Count off. Each PAX takes a turn to call the next exercise. The next PAX can interrupt the current exercise as he sees fit. (Readiness – see BOM)
Laying with legs 6” off the ground, use legs to write the name of each PAX present.
25 American Hammers, 4ct
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
Use the TAGS on right-side to record PAX (BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOURSELF) in attendance. Be sure to select the AO in CATEGORY above TAGS and then delete these notes!
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
There’s been a lot going on in this world lately. A lot of sickness, injuries, and death even in just my very small circle and so much more that impacts other PAX and friends and family not associated with F3. In all of this, I heard a message at one of those recent funerals. The minister was talking about this lady who lived her life Ready. She was ready to go on the next adventure. Ready to tackle challenges and obstacles. Ready to lend a hand. Ready.
So my question to you is: are you ready? Are you ready for today? Tomorrow? Next week? Are you ready for life’s unexpected twists and turns, successes and failures, victories and utter defeats? Are you ready for whatever lies in store for your wife, girlfriend, parents, children? Good or bad?
We men tend to think of ourselves as ready for anything. That’s the Boyscout motto and mentality: Be prepared. But what are you ready for? Is it today or is it eternity? Jesus teaches us not to worry or fret about today or tomorrow, for this world is temporary, fleeting. We need to be ready for Eternity. And more than this, we need to make sure that our families are ready. That our friends are ready. That our neighbors and coworkers and acquaintances are ready. Even the ones we may not really like. Our job is to be ready and get as many others as possible to be ready as well.
So I leave you with this: are you ready?
Praise: Judge Judy’s father had a quick recovery from Covid
Keep praying for Ribbed’s wife and the rest of our PAX struggling with sickness and loss
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