AMRAP Challenge
February 5, 2018
Preblast: Diva Run!
February 5, 2018

Post Super Bowl Challenge

  • When: 02/05/2018
  • Q: Bookmark
  • Pax: Laura Ingalls, Cold Feet, Glamo

Back at the start of the year we decided as an AO to a As Many Reps/Rounds as Possible challenge. At the end of every month we are to complete the same Thang and see how we improve. On the last day of January I got sick, then last Friday we got rained out from that work out and did something different, so today became our day to accept our challenge. Four of us showed up after celebrating the Super Bowl and (in my case) staying up to experience all the feels from This Is Us.

Warm Up

  • 10 Toy Soliders
  • 20 Jumping Jacks
  • 30 Russian Twist

The Thang

Each round last 10 minutes with a 1 minute break between each round.

  • Round 1 – 20 Tricep dips or kickbacks, run across parking lot, 20 squats of choice; repeat till time.
  • Round 2 – 15 sit ups, walking lunges across parking lot, 15 incline curb push ups, run back; repeat till time.
  • Round 3 – 20 bicep curls or overhead press, run across parking lot, 20 plank jacks; repeat till time.

Cool Down

Run across parking lot and walk back.

Devo and Prayers

Well I forgot my planned devo for today so I rehashed the sermon I heard at church yesterday. My church is doing a series on the book of Daniel and yesterday’s sermon was on When Your Beliefs are Belittled. What really hit home for me was the discussion on constantly learning and digging deeper into God’s word. Yes we are to be in this world and not apart of it, but we can’t be ignorant of the beliefs of the world. Daniel went through Nebuchadnezzar’s training but he didn’t let it change him. He understood the world around him, but he focused that understanding by looking at it through God glasses. We should always pursue learning because what we learn God can use for His glory, and the more we spend time digging into His word, really focusing on it not just reading for the sake of reading, the better we can find those opportunities to use our new skills.

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