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  • When: 01/17/2019
  • AO:
  • QIC: Tiger
  • FNG's:
  • PAX: Hippa, Def Leopard (R), Oompa Loompa (R), Sister Act, Tyson, Pockets, Slaw, Broke

Nine HIM showed at Mirdoryama on a cool, rainy afternoon, rain coming down pretty good at the start.  Here’s how it went:

Warmup, SSH, Imperial Walkers, Big Arm Circles, Cotton Pickers, mosey to parking lot at trail head.

YHC calls route 66, with deconstructed merkins, this got the chatter started quickly.  Nothing to do but get it done.  Got to pace on these, so time allowed for chatter of all types.  Leopard chimes in with his secret use of Vaseline.  You got to ask him.  Enough said, I’m out on that one.

Short mosey to turd shack. YHC calls for side plank with feet on wall 18 inches and then knee to elbow for 10 reps.  This is hard!!  Really fires your core, especially with a very slick, wet wall.  10 reps each side and lap around the parking lot.  Back to shack for same plus 10 derkins with feet 18 inches on wall.  Again, super difficult.  Another lap.  Back to shack for same plus 10 mountain climbers and a lap.

Go to pavilion for 10 step ups each leg, 15 dips, 20 reverse grip incline merkins. Rinse and repeat.  25 big boys.  Head back to flag for Pledge.

YHC had a few words on struggles of life, and how they are sometimes helpful in maintaining focus on from where we draw our strength.  “We take glory in our suffering, because suffering produces perseverance, perseverance, character, and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit whos as been given to us.” Romans 5:3-5

Announcements:  2nd F at Station downtown Belmont Friday at 5:00 (Station is in front section of South Main Cycles on Main Street by the train tracks), Hippa celebrating anniversary Q at Schiele Saturday, Q source Sunday mornings at 7:30 at Crossroads and Coconut Horse.

Prayer requests: leadership council, rejoice in Hippa friend after successful surgery, Montross relative, family of friend of Medicine Woman who lost a son.

Always an honor to lead