Final RTB of the year was also the final installment of Living Third. Q came in hot, arriving at 0531. Pax not standing still though, good job men. Once Q finally arrived, began with the mission of F3, to plant grow and serve small work out groups for men for the invigoration of male community leadership. Welcome to Gumby, Gastonia native who lives in Waynesville now. Warm up of SSH, imperial walkers, gravel pickers, and some stretches. Pledge.
Mosey to the track. Do one lap together. Weinke calls for a form on 11’s. Do 10 burpees, run half way around track and do one burpee. Back to starting point for 9, half way around for 2. You get the idea. Full work out was 110 burpees and 10 laps. Have a few minutes remaining after completing the laps, so we go halfway around again. Stop for a word on our motivation. We all have to have a reason large than self to keep us motivated. We envisioned our reason being back at the flag and needs us. Mission was to get to our why as quickly as possible. Time
YHC spoke for a couple of minutes on Luke 12:48, “…to whom much is given, much is required.” I found an article that articulates a few pints worth noting from Christianity.com. The articles discusses that the short phrase has four distinct components -first, is the truth that God gives much. Second, is the idea that no one has the right to live alone for himself. Third, is the emphasis that everything we receive comes with great responsibility. And lastly, that we should use the gifts and talents that are given to us.
That second point in particular, that no one has the right to live alone for himself, speaks very clearly in reenforcing the idea that what we do, we do not do only to benefit self, but also for the benefit of those in our concentrica.
Announcements; Push the rock challenge, Gearwrench, Hackswaw, and Round Up 50 miles mid-January.
Prayer requests – Tooth Fairy dad, Slim Shady dad, Turtleman, Huck, Wirenut and family, Tiger and family, those recovering from winter storms.
YHC took us out
Always and honor