“No Super Bowl hangovers for this crew!”
Arm circles – front and back – 20
Arm circles – changing light bulb – 20
Through the tunnel – 15 times
Fast running/repeat at ¼ turns until a full rotation
Bear Crawl to middle of parking lot – run back
V arm raise – palms facing in to shoulder height – 20 slow
Pretzel Crunch – like bicycle – 20 each side
Donkey Kicks – 20 each side
Low squat lateral to middle of parking lot – run back
Shoulder press – palms facing in weights shoulder level
Hammer – 20 times
Fire hydrants – 20 each side
Low squat later to middle – other side – run back
Hillbillies – 10 times fast, 10 times slow – each side
Russian twist – with weights – 20 times each side
Curtsy lunges – 20 times each leg
Zombie Walker to middle – run back
Squat/butt kickers with weights – 20 each side
Raggedy Anns with weights – 20 each side
Inner thighs – on back – 20 (2 exercises) –no lexicons for these
We ended with a quick 2 laps around the back parking lot.
Based on Ezekiel 34:11 – 6 – “For this is what the Sovereign Lord says: I myself will search for my sheep and look after them.”
Shrek was a renegade sheep. For six years he was missing from his New Zealand flock. The person who found him in a cave on a mountain didn’t recognize him as a sheep. He looked like some biblical creature, he said. In a way, he was. Shrek was a picture of what happens to sheep that become separated from their shepherd.
Shrek had to be carried down the mountain because his fleece was so heavy (60 pounds) he couldn’t walk down on his own. To remove his fleece, the shearer had to turn Shrek upside down so he would remain still and not be harmed.
Shrek’s story illustrates the metaphor Jesus used when He called himself the Good Shepherd (John 10:11) and when God referred to His people as His flock (Ezekiel 34:31). Like Shrek, we don’t make good choices when we’re on our own, and we become weighed down with consequences. To relieve us of the weight, we may have to be on our backs for a time. If so, it is good to remain still and trust the Good Shepherd to do His work.