Partner Exercises at THE DEN

  • When: 07/15/2017
  • QIC: SNIPS
  • The PAX: Snips, Audit, DB, Woody (FNG), Baby Face, Twin, Grout, Rooney, 8-Way


Warm-Up SSH

ICx15 ATT ICx15

ABAGODAS ICx15

Little Arm Circle ICx15

Rev LAC ICx15

Monkey Humpers ICx15

Smurf Jacks x15

Pickle Pounders x15

 

Workout partner exercise –

Partner Up and 1 partner planks while the other is doing Merkins on their back x15

Run the hill in front of the school and Run to the end of it and turn around and run back to the same spot

next round American Hammer with a twist x15, Start in American Hammer position and partners click each side of their hills

Run the hill in front of the school and Run to the end of it and turn around and run back to the same spot

next round partner squats with one leg up.

Run the hill in front of the school and Run to the end of it and turn around and run back to the same spot

Rinse and Repeat with 3 other exercises Arms / Abs / Legs

 

Mosey to the football stadium to do more Cumulative Partner Exercises

Merkins x 100 – 1 partner does Merkins while the other partner runs down and back up the stadium steps.

LBCs x 150 – 1 partner does LBCs while the other partner runs down and back up the stadium steps.

Squats x 200 – 1 partner does Squats while the other partner runs down and back up the stadium steps.

 

Mosey back to AO

 

Mary

Hello Dolly x15

Rope climber x15

X factor x15

Pretzel L x15

Pretzel R x15

American hammers x15

Merkin Circle – 1 Pax does 10 Merkins while the others are planking.

 

THE #1 MISTAKE CHRISTIANS MAKE WITH THEIR FITNESS

By Matthew in Faith

 

We shouldn’t work on our fitness because of the benefit; we should work on it because of the benefactor . . . our Heavenly Father. What’s the #1 mistake Christians make with their fitness? “Too many carbs?” “Not enough cardio?” “Snacking? “Fartsacking?” No. For Christians, the number one mistake we make is confusing our goals and our results. They should not be synonymous. Losing weight, getting stronger, having more energy, having more confidence, these kind of “results” are wonderful. When they happen, we can praise God for Him enabling us and we can enjoy the blessing of the benefit. However, we shouldn’t work on our fitness because of the benefit; we should work on it because of the benefactor . . . our Heavenly Father. When our primary motivation shifts from “wanting to honor God” to “looking good in a bathing suit,” things change. We’ve tainted our motives. You see, it’s just like Satan to distract us by getting our fitness focused on the wrong things, such as results. This strategy is so crafty because when we don’t get the results we are seeking, we are demotivated. Ever had a second or third piece of cake because the weight wasn’t coming off anyway? Or what happens when the blood work doesn’t improve? Not as likely to keep working out are we? The good news is, while God has established a very high benchmark for living, He also supplied the power to live it out. We have to be vigilant about protecting our focus. If we don’t remain honest and upright, we can’t honor God in our hearts. If we don’t honor God in our hearts, we can’t honor God with our bodies. We shouldn’t work on our fitness because of the benefit but rather because of the benefactor, our Heavenly Father. When we do remain upright, however, it’s then up to the Lord’s capable hands to see us through to completion. We can present it all back to the Lord and trust in Him to protect us. We can fully expect and rely on the promise found in Philippians 4:7: “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” So protect your focus by protecting your mind. And that starts by focusing on God and following His word.
Moleskin

Friar had to do his Preacher Duties and was missed very much (I said Duties HEHE!!)

We had a new FNG who we named Woody because he owns a hardwood installation business. WELCOME WOODY!!!

Grout is a Machine

Announcements still went long, even without Friar.

GOOD WORKOUT BOYS!!!

 

 

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