Northeast Tennessee

Camp Honey

Jonesborough Immortal Station (Jonesborough) Northeast Tennessee

Wet gloomy morning, around 70 degrees, and thanks to Laura, rain.  Honeysuckle QIC at Persimmon Ridge (PR).
DISCLAIMER
PRAYER
COP
Motivator (IC) from 7

TTT (IC) X 9

Abe Vigoda (IC) X 9

WMH – 9 count each side

Imperial Walkers (IC) X 18

Hillbilly Walkers (IC) X 18

LBACs (IC) X 9, reverse (IC) X 18
THE THANG
Since on our last visit to PR, the PAX were so complimentary of “Station 1”, YHC did not want to disappoint.  So a 3 station routine was laid out around the lot to take advantage of the street lights with station 3 being in the pavilion for some platform work.

Mosey to station 1 with coupon

Station 1:

Crawl-bear up the hill with coupon in tow

Merkins X 20

Curls X 20

Bent-over Rows X 30

Army crawl with coupon in arms back to the start

Merkins X 20

OH Press X 20

Kettlebell Swings X 30

Mosey to station 2 (leave coupon)

Station 2:

Monkey Humpers X 10

Lunges X 20 (1 count)

Squats X 30

American Hammers X 40 (2 count)

Mosey to station 3

Station 3:

Derkins X 20

V-Ups X 10

Merkins X 20

Big Boy Sit-Ups X 20

Incline Merkin X 20

LBCs X 30

Mosey Back to Station 1, Rinse & Repeat

MARY
Fire Drill for approximately 1.5 minutes

Flutter Kicks (IC) X 30

V-Ups (IC) X 15

Reverse Crunch (IC) X 15
CIRCLE OF TRUST
PRAYER
MOLESKIN
Perseverance is an important trait.  In your spiritual life and in your physical life.  Hebrews 12:1Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God. (ESV)  Here the writer of Hebrews encourages us to run the race set before us.  Pushing through the tough times, like rolling out of bed on a soggy morning to put in some hard work, will prepare us to run the race to the best of our abilities when the race is upon us.  Mornings like this are as much mental as physical.  Keep up the hard work, so when the time comes, we can run the race to the best of our ability.  This applies to our spiritual life as much as our physical life.  Some days it’s hard to spend time in the Word or in prayer, but like every relationship in life, you’ve got to put in some time to build it.  Run hard men!

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