AO: QuackQuackHonk

When: 04/22/2021

PAX:

Number of Pax: 16

Pax Names: 2 Wheel, Billboard, Bing, Cash Flow, Dirt Bike, Double Fault, Dreamliner, Funny Car, Gas station, Market, Marvel, Moneyball, Musket, The Mayor, VooDoo, Wicked,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Voodoo


The BackBlast:

Weather

40 degrees and still a little wet from the rain

It’s 5:30 – I am Voodoo and this is my first Q.  The F3 mission is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for men for the invigoration of male community leadership. The F3 Credo is: Leave no man behind, but leave no man where you find him. Our workouts are free, open to all men, held outdoors, peer led, end with a Circle of Trust.

 I am not a professional
You are participating at your own risk
You are responsible for your own well being
You are here voluntarily, and you are not paying to be here
Know your limits and do the best you can

We need to social distance – If you have COVID stay home for 10 days.

Warmarama

side streddle hops x 20

through the tunnel x 10

high knees x 10

imperial walkers x 10

pickle pounders x 10

The Thang

Voodoo Ball

Count off 1 and 2 to form two groups.  There will be two goal stations with soccer goals and 4 cones placed 5 and 10 yards out on each side.  Pax will take turns recovering balls and kicking.  

Round 1 – Burpees first to 20 – 5, 3, 1 scoring – first to twenty burpees wins.

Round 2 – Big Boys first to 50 – 15, 10, 5 scoring – first to 50 big boys wins. 

Move back the kicking line and repeat

Pick up soccer game –

over end line everyone does 10 big boys.
Goal is 5 burpees for opposing team
Mary
Chill cut plank for 1 minute
COT
We are taught that to win, someone has to lose. We see this in sports, business, and entertainment. One person’s victory is another’s defeat.

But in the Christian life, when you win so does everyone in your circle of influence. The words we speak, the kindness we show, the priorities we set — all of these things leave an impact on our roommates, children, and neighbors.

When we’re walking with Jesus, it changes us and leaves a mark on everyone around us.

Years from now it won’t matter how much money we made or how many awards we received. Our legacy will come from the way we lived and how we made those around us feel.

When we take seriously the command to love the Lord with all our hearts, all our souls, and all our strength, it leaves an impression on our kids (Deuteronomy 6:5-7). Our story becomes their story, and then their kids’ story.

Some of us grew up in homes where this was modeledfor us. Grandparents shared stories of God’s faithfulness with our parents that we’re passing along to our own kids today. Others of us are the first in our families to believe. And as we share what God has done, it creates a new branch in the family tree (Psalm 145:4-5).

Proverbs 18:21 says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue…” With every word we speak, we have the opportunity to give life to those around us, to make God’s ways and His salvation known. Are we up for the challenge?

You may believe that what you say and do only impacts you, but nothing could be further from the truth. Let’s commit to winning at home and seeing the legacy a life of faith leaves.
Moleskin
  • Everyone kept missing the goal while playing pickup soccer so we had to decrease the big boys
  • Moneyball scored a hat trick in the first pickup game
  • Dreamliner won the most games of voodoo ball

Announcements

  • Bible Study Zoom Call – Every Friday, Noon. Studying Philippians. See e-mail/Facebook for link.
  • Roc Solid Ready Bag Assembly (2nd Opportunity) – 4/22, 2pm, Hampton Roads Executive Airport on US58.
  • Ragnar Trail Trial Run – Night of 4/23-24 at Priorities’ house. See Space Monkey’s post on FB for more details.
  • Colonial 200 coming in September – If interested in joining the team, see Dreamliner or Funny Car.
  • Quad P for April is Big Bois. Goal is 60/day.

 

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