At the start of the workout we had White Hat hand off the shovel flag to Tombstone.
I appreciate the work that these men have put in. Eagles nest is a premier site in the Rock Region. White Hat kept it that way while serving as an inspiration to many of our men. I have faith that Tombstone will do the same. I can’t wait to see what comes next for this site!
Disclaimer was disclaimed and on to the COP:
Moroccan Night Clubs and arm circles in cadence, toy soldiers and high knees for distance, mosey to the grassy area beside the parking lot where we will spend the majority of our time.
Because the theme of the month is Agape love it seemed appropriate to have a little partner work going on today.
I invented a fun little game called 75s.
In order to play 75 you grab a partner and perform 25 leg tosses each, 25 high 5 merkins together (push up together and give one another a high 5 before going down and repeating while alternating hands). Nur around the cone and then run back. Shampoo four times, reducing the count by 5 each time (20, 15, 10, 5- 75 total of each move. The math checks out. Grab some friends and take off your shoes if you need to).
Take a little mosey to stretch out our mileage and then play another round of 75.
25 big boy sit ups and 25 high 10 squats (pop up at the same time and slap both sets of hands together) and again, lots of shampoo.
Mosey around the corner and get in a few rounds of merkins and mountain climbers before nearly dying.
Come back to the AO for a little ab lab (introducing a new move- war with your core) and the COT
How will you show love? The Bible discusses four types of love. Agape is divine love that is described this way:
Jesus told his followers to love one another in the same way sacrificial way he loved them. This command was new because it demanded a new kind of love, a love like his own: agape love. What would be the outcome of this kind of love? People would be able to recognize them as Jesus’ disciples because of their mutual love:
A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. (John 13:34-35, ESV)
When you sit down at the end of the day, can you say that you have lived up to this standard on a regular basis? Do people know that you are a Christian because of your actions? Do you spread love?