Team

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

The Pax: Meat sweats,  Dockers, FroYo, Wrangler, Squirrel, CPT D, Scout, Waldorf and Roadhouse

Warm Up:

SSH, Windmills, Arm Circles

Mosey to the football field

The Thang: The goal is to get the heart rate up and keep it up

  • 1st set: 20 reps each
    • Goal line:  Mountain Climbers
    • Center line: Burpees
    • 2nd goal line: Big boy sit ups
    • Transportation: Jog
  • 2nd set: 25 reps each
    • Goal line:  American hammers 4-count
    • Center line: Carolina drydocks
    • 2nd goal line: Monkey humpers
    • Transportation: Bear Crawl 
  • 3rd set: 30 reps each
    • Goal line:  Hello Dolly (4-count)
    • Center line: Merkins
    • 2nd goal line: Squats
    • Transportation: Crab walk
  • 4th set: 35 reps each
    • Goal line:  LBCs
    • Center line: Overhead claps
    • 2nd goal line: Seal Clap Merkins
    • Transportation: Crawl Bear
  • 5th set: 40 reps each
    • Goal line: Flutter kicks (4-count)

We ran out of time so we did Shoulder taps on the way back to the courts.

Announcement: 100 Moore Men, sign up if you haven’t

Prayer request: Healing for Dos’ daughter who got 2nd degree burns & for Wrangler’s grandmother.

MOLESKINE:  What matters most in a team: Trust.

In this team that is F3 Sandhills, we succeed because our mates are safe to take risks around their Pax.  There is a confidence that no one on the team will embarrass or punish anyone else for admitting a mistake, asking a question, or offering a new idea.  There are times of off-color humor, candid remarks and jeering and it’s done with love at the core.

Great teams thrive on trust!

When our team really shines is when things are hard.  When men have; lost their jobs, are looking for their purpose, battling illness/injury, marriage or kid issues.  It is in these times when we “bring it in” and listen…without the intention of responding. We don’t speak, we be.  We are authentic and keep it real because none of us are perfect and living that imperfection allows others to know that none of us have it “all together.”

In my life, the great teams I have been on have been ones where men didn’t need to say much at all.  Through relationships built on trust you inherently KNOW when something is not quite right. And in those moments you put yourself aside, clear the calendar and are present to the other.  

We move through life, hopefully, with a team around us.  Successful teams quickly learn the value of trust. That lesson is taught by either its presence or absence, both of which are strong teachers.  You learn how to take care of each other and in doing so it blossoms outside of the team to the families, the community.  

When I’m Living Right and Leading Right I bring these lessons learned to life.  Our children and our children’s children count on it. Thank you for going on this journey with me.  Hopefully we never stop learning, never stop falling, never stop getting up and never stop trusting.

Aye!

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