March 9, 2019
Another damp morning at the georgetown circle but that didn’t slow us from hitting double digits for the first time at the AEGIS! Great push by all men!
Arm circles forwards / backwards
SSH ICCherry Picker IC
Moroccan NC IC
Mountain Climbers IC
Mosey to church lot for Abs
Super Toy Soldier Set -In Cadence
25- lbc, 10 e2k, 10 Big boys
Flutter kicks 15 IC
American Hammers – 25 IC
Mosey back to Circle
Mosey to Masonic Lodge parking lot.
Aiken legs set
20 wall jumps
20 lunges (forward, 10 each leg)
20 split jacks
Wrap up with each pax runs up 2 flights of stairs and back down
Mosey back to circle
Break for 3rdF- ‘Say Not’
Mosey to opposite side of Fire Hall
Partner up -one partner holds plank while other partner does merkins. Switch for each set of 20.
20 hand release
Mosey back to circle.
Mosey to M&T bank lot –
Partner up one partner does dips while other partner does merkins. Switch for each set of 10 Merkins-
10 hand release
Mini Aiken legs
10 curb jumps
10 lunges (forward, 10 each leg)
10 split jacks
Mosey back to circle.
Wrap up with toy soldier set
30 lbc. 15 e2k, 10 big boy
3rdF- ‘ Say Not’ from Mark Battersons book ‘Play the Man’ The hardest part of the body to subdue is the tongue. So, let’s issue a gentleman’s challenge. What we refer to as locker room talk, the Bible calls sin. Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk of course joking, which are out of place.
Here’s a simple rule of thumb: don’t say something about someone that you wouldn’t say if they were standing here. And above all, honor your wife with your words. If you’re going tot all about her behind her back, make sure you are bragging! There is a powerful little phrase repeated in Scripture: “ say not” Whatever you verbalize, you give power to. When you voice negative thoughts, you’re reinforcing what’s wrong. Over time, it often becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Instead of verbalizing negativity, speak words of faith. Instead of verbalizing complaints, speak words of praise. When God called Jeremiah to be a prophet, Jeremiah felt overwhelmed and under qualified. He used inexperience as an excuse, and God rebuked his excuse. Say not, I am a child.
So Quit making excuses!I’m too old. I’m too young. I had bad parents. I’ve made too many mistakes. I don’t have the education. I don’t have the experience. SAY NOT! What needs to go on your “say not” list? You can start with obscenities, foolish talk and course joking. While you are at it, add gossiping and lying. And to top it off, quit insulting others or bragging about yourself. If we can subdue our tongues, there is no part of our bodies we cannot control. James likened the tongue to the rudder of a boat— it turns the whole ship. “ When we put bits in the mouths of horses to make them obey us, we can turn the whole animal. Or take ships as an example. Although they are so large and are driven by strong winds, they are steered by a very small rudder wherever the pilot wants to go. Likewise, the tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts.”Say not!