PAX lined up on the end zone and bear crawled down the field, stopping at every 20 yard interval for a certain number of reps of one exercise, then mosied back to do it all again with a different exercise
Crawling down the field a total of 4 times, PAX completed
250 flutter kicks
150 air squats
Realizing bear crawling down the field for the entire workout wasn’t my best idea, we switched things up a bit and mosied around the track, doing an exercise at every completed lap, including
50 mountain climbers
20 big boys
I read a short story earlier in the week
There was a large group of people gathered. On one side of the group stood Jesus. On the other side stood Satan.
Separating them was a fence running through the group.
Both Jesus and Satan began calling to people in the group. One by one, each having made up his or her own mind, went to either Jesus or to Satan. This kept going for some time.
Soon enough, Jesus had gathered around him a group of people from the larger crowd, as did Satan.
One man did not join either group. He climbed the fence that was there and sat on it.
Jesus and his group of people left and disappeared; and, so also did Satan and his group of people.
The man on the fence sat alone. As this man sat there, Satan came back, appearing to be looking for something which he had lost.
The man said, “Have you lost something?”
Satan looked straight at him and replied, “No, there you are; come with me.”
The man said, “But, I sat on the fence. I chose neither you nor him.”
Satan said, “That’s okay; I own the fence.”
I think a lot of times I struggle with indecisiveness, not wanting to choose between two things to avoid picking sides, not taking the leap one way or another, causing me to stay stagnate. @Focker was asking me to come join F3 for about a year before I finally decided to go, and the welcoming atmosphere of the group and comradery was awesome, and encouraged me to try harder in my workouts, and has really helped me along with my fitness. I would encourage everybody stuck trying to make decisions lately to take the leap