Dog Days of Stronghold

Thirteen Pax, took the Daily Red Pill (DRP) this morning and got better because for it.

The Pax: Squirrel, Napalm, Flying Tomato, MeatSweats, Josey, MadBum, Scout, Chitwood, Poacher, Samsonite, Vault, FroYo and Ostertag!

The Scene: 69 degrees with a tad bit of humidity. Not too bad this morning!!

The Thang:  4 min at ea station until you hear the whistle & rotate Until complete (UTC)

Group 1 – Playground – Abs

  • 20 Swing knee tuck                                    
  • Plank 1 min                                     
  • 20 WWII Situps
  • Plank 45 sec

Group 2 – Wall – Legs

  • 20 Squats
  • 20 Lunges..10 each leg
  • 20 Single-leg Romanian Deadlift (HIPS)
  • 20 Lateral Step Downs, ea side (HIPS)

Group 3 – BB Court – Chest

  • Mucho Chesto
  • Rest 30 sec
  • Mini Chesto
  • Rest 30 sec

Keep rotating stations until called to BB courts for some: 

Seal Clap Merkin Ladder to six & back down

Flutter kicks in cadence to 50

Announcements/Prayer requests:

  1. Napalm’s VQ is tomorrow at Painhurst
  2. Continued prayers for Poachers kin as they live life through cancer and post-stroke.  Also for their families as they learn to deal with this new reality
  3. For MeatSweats Pop who goes in for surgery today
  4. For MadBum’s safe return to us!  We joke around a lot and what it comes down to is we love ya Bum!

 

Napalm lead us out in prayer

 

MOLESKINE:  Dog Days…

Have you ever heard the phrase, the dog days of summer?  Well, we are right in the thick of it as this year it started July 3rd and ends August 11th.  These punishingly hot summer days get their name from ancient times about the brightest star in the sky—not from dogs’ tendency to laze around in the heat.

Sirius, the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major, means “big dog” in Latin and is said to represent one of Orion’s hunting dogs. Sighting Sirius, look low to the southeast in the dawn. As August rolls on it rises successively higher each morning.  Ancient Greeks & Romans believed this shining star contributed to the sun’s heat, thus referring to this extremely hot period. 

Stupid Roman’s….everyone knows it’s when they test the Death Ray.

Honestly we have had a great summer!  The heat has been tolerable even though it has gotten pretty warm some days.  Matter of fact, it was so hot the other day I saw a dog who wouldn’t chase the cars passing by.  He sat on the curb and took down license plate numbers. ~Rodney Dangerfield.

Now, let’s go out today carrying God’s grace in our hearts and give some respect to our fellow humans.

Aye!

 

 

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