Sunshine Bazooka

Nine Pax, took the DRP this morning, answered the call and got better because of it.

The Pax: Squirrel, Neo, Flying Tomato, Scout, Poacher, Sub Zero, Jeb, CPT D, MadBum

Warm Up:  SSH, Grass getters, Quad/Hip flexor stretch  

The Thang:

Grab a coupon, line up in two equal lines 10 yards apart

  • 20x    Block swings
  • 20x    Squat to Press
  • 20x    Rock around the Block Merkins
  • 20x    Bent Over Rows
  • 20x    Curls
  • 20x    Side bends
  • 20x    WWII Situps (no coupon)

CPT D, wise in the ways of the NC Chigger, suggested we move to higher, more grassy and level ground to avoid the ravenous creatures

Take blocks to the other groups AO, mode of transportation – Bear crawl

Repeato the seven cinder block exercises

Take blocks to the other groups AO, mode of transportation – Crawl Bear

Repeato the seven cinder block exercises

Take blocks to the fence line, mode of transportation – Lunge

Through much internal dialogue and questioning on how to get back over the fence, Jeb led us over.

ANNOUNCEMENT:  2020 Iron Pax Challenge is coming up.  25 August will be 0 (zero) week as a practice.  We will use the Outpost AO to do the challenge and record the results. Use the link below to sign up.

2020 IronPAX Challenge Preblast

 

Prayer Requests:  Flying Tomato’s grand-daughter is to come into the world by induction today.  Apparently she is quite comfortable where she is and was waiting for Coronavirus to pass.  Scout lifted up all the teachers and students.  Neo requested prayers for his sister-in-law as she is in the hospital with heart-related issues.

CPT Led us out in Prayer

MOLESKINE:  Energy follows attention.

In other words, the things you are noticing, focusing on and paying attention to are the things your energy will go toward. If you remain focused on the negative your energy is likely to be low. You may feel depleted, tired, irritable, angry. 

If you can switch your attention to what’s good, what’s beautiful, what’s working, you can direct your energy to higher ground. Your brain will be more lit up and active — literally. 

Why do we post in the gloom?  Because we build each other up, always.  We don’t tear down or belittle.  Each of us are Sunshine Bazooka’s and that encouragement ripples out through the day.  To our M’s, our 2.0’s, our teams at work and beyond.

Even in our joking love is at the core of it.

It’s not complicated to get from down-in-the-mouth to being a Sunshine Bazooka.  Write down three things you’re grateful every day for 21 days in a row. That simple act increases your level of optimism, and it sticks for the next six months. The research on this is amazing.

Share the load when things get heavy instead of trying to carry it all yourself. And make room for others to share their experience, too.  F3 Sandhills vision: We build better men by embracing hard things together.

So I ask you, why are you here?  Are you articulating F3 goodness to others?

Aye!

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