• Post Type: Backblast
  • When: 04/23/2022
  • AO: Folsom
  • QIC: Sarlacc (R)
  • FNG's:
  • PAX: Tonka, Stogie, Wichita, Achy Breaky, Westside, Beatle Bailey, Shatner, GearWrench

Beautiful morning at Folsom for a good old fashion butt kicking.

Warm up:

Gravel pickers IC x 10

Moroccan Night clubs while I explain what we are doing next.

The Thang:

1 burpee, 5 merkins, 10 shoulder taps at every light pole and split in road for a total of 10 to entrance to park.

circle up for 3 rounds of cherry pickers


Divide into 2 groups and Indian Run with one burpee in back to bottom of large parking lot.

YHC had set up 12 cones with below exercises. Group 1 starts at cone 1 and Group 2 starts at cone 12 working clockwise and counter clockwise respectfully.

Once complete first exercise, run a lap around outside of all cones back to current cone and lunge walk to next cone and repeat until all 12 cones are finished.

After helping the 6 finish all 12 cones, we moseyed back to flag for a round of Iron Hulk.


YHC shared the following from Proverbs 24:3,

Communicating with your Family

The storms of life will test whether or not you’ve done a good job with your family. And an important key to succeeding at home is communication. So ask yourself these four questions: (1) How well do I communicate with the people I love? You may unwittingly have adopted a style that doesn’t work well for you. For example, do you retaliate? That has a degrading effect. Do you dominate? That has an intimidating effect. Do you isolate? That has a frustrating effect. Or do you co-operate? That has an encouraging effect. If you’re in the habit of using any communication style other than a cooperative one, you must work to change it if you want to build a good relationship with your family. (2) Have I identified my communication killers? The Internet, cell phones, texting, and TV are among the chief culprits. Would it surprise you to know the average couple spends less than an hour a week in meaningful conversation, and approximately five hours a day watching TV? (3) Do I encourage everyone to speak their mind? And when they do speak freely do you criticize, pout, or retaliate? Differences of opinion can be healthy. The Bible says, “Iron sharpens iron” (Proverbs 27:17). Handled respectfully, different opinions can make things better for everyone. (4) Do I think creatively? Do you spend time together as a family? Do you call your mate during the day and try to meet sometimes for lunch? Do you drive your kids to school or sports practice so you can talk to them? Communication can happen anywhere, but it only happens when you make it a priority.

Prayer Reqeust:

Big Pappy and Family


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