17 PAX posted at the newly designated #BOONDOCKs for some Heisenberg “fun.” (Your can thank your friend Twister for the ramp up in intensity)
All IC x15
Seal Jacks, (really had some coordination fun with this one)
Don Quixote fast then slow
Big AC forward
Little AC backward
Moroccan Night Clubs
Indian Run to Scoreboad wall. Pair up
Partner A does a wall sit while B Bear crawls up and over hill, touches the fence and returns to relieve partner.( 3 rounds)
Jumped the fence to the plush turf field.
4 Corners with fun added in the middle x20 -5 at each cone
Round 1 (upper body)
Merkins, Wide-armed Merkins, Carolina DD’s, Makhtar N’Diayes
w x10 Burpees in the middle between each corner
Plank till six arrives
Round 2 (legs) Duck Walk to center cone
Mtn Climbers, Lunges, Hydrolic Squats, High Knees
Lots of mumblechatter mostly directed at Pyro for leaving his group behind. Perfect example of getting better, right? Actually, he wasn’t weighted down by the tribute and he flew like a bird! Can’t blame him.
Moseyed back to the flag for some Mary.
In Mark 2:1 Jesus is preaching and teaching and the crowds are so huge, that one particular crypled man cannot get close enough to receive healing. So his 4 friends pick up the 4 corners of his mat and risk a great deal to get him to their healer. What did they risk? Their health, safety, and good standing in the community. They climbed on top of someone’s rooftop, tore open a hole the size of their friend, and lowered him down. A Property damage citation was the least of their worries, they had to get their friend to the one man that could heal.
What’s important here is that these men displayed an undeterred faith in Jesus and a love for their friend that superseded any obstacle. Do you have four friends that would risk that much for you to get you to your goal?
The real question is, are you one of four men for your friends?
“You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” -Zig Ziglar
Prayers for traveling M’s, PAX on IR, and those dealing with bad news.
Always a priviledge,