7 for Elevens at the Den

  • When: 04/14/18
  • QIC: Audit
  • The PAX: Twin, Snips, Woody, Grout, Friar, Ponch, Audit (QIC)


Friar and I started with a 3 and a quarter mile pre-run. We started to wonder if anyone else was going to show at 10 minutes ’til time to go. Lenoir men don’t waste any time. Snips was actually a couple minutes early than his normal 7:03 arrival time. This is what went down…

Warmup:

SSH x 20 IC

LAC x 20 IC

Reverse x 20 IC

ATT x 20 IC

Windmills x 20 IC

Humpees x 20 IC

Reverse bear crawl up the hill

Mosey to the track

Elevens:

Series 10 sets of 2 different exercise where you start with one rep of one exercise and 10 reps of another exercise then add one additional rep to the first exercise and subtract one rep for the other exercise. After each set we ran a little ways around the track. These were the exercise pairings:

Merkins-Mountain Climbers

Squats-Imperial Storm Troopers

Big Boy Situps-Weezy Jeffersons

Mosey back to the A/O

WOD:

“O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water. So I have looked upon you in the sanctuary, beholding your power and glory. Because your steadfast love is better than life, my lips will praise you.”

Psalms 63:1-3

If you had to pick a single word to describe our society perhaps the accurate word would be: pressure. We live in a day marked by pressure in almost every area of life. World problems, economic problems, personal problems, and the problems of friends and loved ones all press upon us. In the midst of such pressures, there is one thing that will determine the course of your life: your priorities. Everyone has a set of priorities. If your priorities are not clearly defined, you will be swept downstream in life by various pressures. But if your priorities are clear, then you can respond to your pressures by making choices in line with your priorities, and thereby give direction to your life. Psalm 63 shows us the priority of a man of God under pressure. King David was a man who knew what it meant to live under pressure, yet he expresses longing for God’s presence, praise, joy, fellowship with God, and confidence in God’s salvation. No matter what pressures come into your life, you will be able to handle them properly if you maintain this one priority above all else: Earnestly see after God!

– Audit

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