Northeast Tennessee

Just a little core work with some burpees mixed in

Northeast Tennessee Johnson City Iron Horse (Founders Park)

The storms held off and 16 PAX mustered at Iron Horse for a Launchpad lead Q.
SSH – 20(IC)

TTT – 10(IC)

Willy Mays Hays – 10 count each side

LBAC 15(IC), reverse for 15(IC)

Phase 1

  • Burpees 50
  • Big Boy Sit Ups 10
  • Burpees 40
  • BBSU 20
  • Burpees 30
  • BBSU 30
  • Burpees 20
  • BBSU 40
  • Burpees 10
  • BBSU 50

Mosey to the amphitheater for…

Phase 2

  • Flutter kicks 100(2:1)
  • Burpees 10
  • Mountain Climbers 80 (2:1)
  • Burpees 10
  • American Hammers 60 (2:1)
  • Burpees 10
  • Plank Jacks 40 (4:1)
  • Burpees 10
  • Peter Parker 20(2:1)
  • Burpees

Due to time constraints the cadences were dropped off.  each rep equals 1.

Mosey back to other end of the park for 1 minute of Mary.  Apparently the PAX wanted more core work.

Superman/Banana – lots of grunting and groans heard

that was some serious work this morning! Hats off to all especially the beasts in vests and rucks.

My wife and I have been under some stress while selling our home.  We are very much get after it types when something needs completed.  We want to fix everything and we get frustrated when we feel like things aren’t moving as quickly as we think they should. I was reflecting some this week and was reminded of a quote from the movie Rudy.  The scene is where Rudy is at his last chance of getting into Notre Dame and is in the chapel talking with Priest. Rudy questions if he has prayed enough. The priest responds by saying “praying is something we do in our time, the answers come in God’s time.”  I know we all struggle with patience.  I encourage each of you to step back when things are out of your control and put your trust where it needs to be.
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