It’s getting Hot in HERRE

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February 8, 2018
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February 8, 2018

It’s getting Hot in HERRE

  • When: 02/08/2018
  • Q: Lilo
  • Pax: Lilo, Copay, Pineapple

Today, your HC changed the AO, and we met at my house. Here’s how the Valentine themed workout went down…

It’s Gettin’ Hot in Herre

Jamming to some Nelly, we got moving with:

-JJ x 25

Inchworms x 10

Windmills IC x 10

Arm Circles IC x 10 front / 10 back

Finished with a lap around my neighborhood square (about .4 mile)

 

Angel Arm Circuit: (various love songs playing on the speaker)

Our weights were waiting on us in a cul-de-sac at the bottom of a nice progressive hill

Cupid Curl x 10

**Sprint up the hill and jog back down

Romantic Row x 15 each side

**Sprint up the hill and jog back down

“L” Shoulder Raises x 20

**Sprint up the hill and jog back down

Lovebug x 5 on each leg

**Sprint up the hill and jog back down

Honey Curls x 20

**Sprint up the hill and jog back down

Passion Push-ups x 20

(We carried our weights up the hill to the garage)

Love my Booty Blaster Circuit

30 sec on each side–your HC set a timer and some booty/hip-hop music and we got to work

-Glute Kick (heels to sky)

-Straight Leg Lift (toe to ground)

-Leg Extension Side Bends (hands overhead)

-On elbows, Extend Leg straight up and KICK

-Fire Hydrants

-Fire Hydrant-Kick-back down to start

*****Our Booties were on Fire by this point!!

-Straight leg toe taps-side to side

-Hold Fire Hydrant-Kick

-Leg/Arm Pulses-opposite arm/leg

KISS KISS Bridge Booty Blaster

Bridges with intermittent Holds & Pulses for 3 min to Chris Brown’s KISS KISS

Cupid Shuffle Plank (google the video for the plank workout)

COT, Prayer and Devotion: 1 John 4:17 “And as we live in God, our love grows more perfect”

As children, we all dream about happily ever after. We pine away waiting for the knight on the white horse or daydream about love that is never anything less than perfect. When you think of perfect love . . . who do you think of? While most of you probably think Cinderella and Prince Charming; when I think of perfect love, my thoughts turn to Adam and Eve.

Kind of a bad choice for “perfect love” you might say; but Adam and Eve, while best known  for the single worst mistake in history, were still the first couple ever made for each other in the literal and spiritual sense. God made Eve especially for Adam. She was made for him and from him. Their relationship was God’s handiwork and despite the whole apple thing, they created quite the life together.

Just like many love stories today, I have never turned a pumpkin into a carriage and my husband has never trotted in on a white horse to save me from some wicked queen.  We bicker from time to time. We don’t go dancing on Friday nights or awake every morning to breakfast in bed. He snores. I nag. He watches too much Golf Channel and I watch too many Rom-Coms. But while we two are far from perfect, we love each other perfectly. God created our marriage in His perfect manner, in His perfect way . . . as only He can do.

God tells us in 1 John 4:12 (KJV)“If we love one another, God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us.” So even though Adam and Eve were the epitome of imperfection, even though Adam probably forgot to take out the trash and Eve probably forgot to wash his leaf now and then, their imperfection was made perfect in their love for one another. No matter how flawed they were, their marriage was created in perfect love because the Master created it and He dwelt within the midst.

Don’t stress over living up to the fairy tale. Your love story, no matter how simple or how elaborate, was designed by God. He perfected it. He wrote it. He even illustrated it and signed his name on your copy. He’s the author and the finisher.

Happily ever after doesn’t always come with ball gowns and white horses. Most of the time, it comes with sweat pants and minivans. But that’s ok, because if it comes from God, it’s perfect and nothing less.

 

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