AO: Lightning Rod
PAX: Slash, Herbie, Samurai, Bunny
Warm Up (Circle of Pain)
Jumped straight in to some WORK.
- SSH x 25
- Little Arm Circles x 15 (both directions)
- Scissor Arms x 15
- Third Grade Exercises x 15
- Windmill x 15
- Squats x 15
- SSH x 25
Mosey to track
4 4x4s x 400 meters
- 4 4x4s (burpee down to plank, 4 merkins, 4 mountain climbers (HC), burpee up and repeat 4 times)
- Run 400 meters
- Repeat till end of time (approx. 30 mins)
Mosey back to Lightning Rod
PAX was active and supportive. Lifting each other up and encouraging the 6. Slash was out in front and always positive. Proud of the rest as no matter the grind, continued to keep moving forward. Putting in the WORK!
- Big Bois x 15 IC
- Outlaws x 10 IC (both directions)
- LBXs x 15 IC
The Sustaining Relationship Between A Man And His Work
Work is a Virtue
Men earn their daily bread through the sweat of their labor. We call this the sustaining relationship because the HIM must feed himself and his family. Work also sustains and benefits the Community, as we are all created to perform some function for the betterment of those with whom we live in Proximity. The skill of the candlestick maker empowers him to light the darkness for both himself and his neighbor the baker, who in turn feeds him with wholesome nourishment. In this way, Mammon and Community are inseparable.
Work is also essential to a man’s personal well-being, not just in the material sense but in his pursuit of proper personal alignment. Idleness is not good for a man. It is a state of non-Movement that can keep his boat permanently capsized. Even a man who has retired after 40 years of hard work finds himself looking for “something to do” with his free time other than just playing golf. Play is not enough. A man needs work. We are hard-wired to produce, and not doing so knocks us out of proper alignment.
> That’s a wrap, Lumbergh