21 PAX showed up on Monday morning ready for a beat down. Without any pre-planning, The Mole contributed to the overall theme of “Dirty” by crop dusting the PAX all morning with his rotten gut. Some time during partner wheel barrels, we lost a member of the PAX. We have no idea who it was but we think his departure was related to back pain or the disgusting gas being emitted from The Mole throughout the beat down. To the unknown fallen soldier: we hope you are OK. Whether it was a back injury or you wanted to puke from rancid smells (or a combination of both) we stand with you! The Pax rotated in calling cadence during the Dirty MacDeuce. Great Job! Excellent Q development is happening throughout the Kodiak!
Here are the “Dirty” details on the Hook Up:
Mosey to the front bus loop. Stop and do 10 Burpees OYO. Mosey again. Stop and do 10 merkins.
Mosey to the left of the building. Dirty Hook Up x 10 IC
Mosey to the stadium and meet at the goal line.
Partner up – wheel barrels to the 20 yard line, both men do 15 Burpees. Wheel barrel back to the goal line and knock out 15 Burpees. Rinse and repeat two times. *In addition to losing the unknown man, we almost lost Law Dog due to a direct butt rocket hit from the Mole during wheel barrels.
Dirty MacDeuce (all Kodiak ct)
Merkins x 10 IC, LBC x 10 IC, Squats x 10 IC – Run one lap for a total of 4 sets of exercises and 4 total laps around track.
Mary on the Track (all Kodiak ct)
Crab Crunches x 10 IC
Crunchy frog x 10 IC
Jay Lo x 10 IC
Flutter kicks x 25 IC
Indian run aimlessly around the parking lot and to finally meet at the shovel flag. Finished with Navy seal sit ups x 25 IC
We had a lot of prayer requests this morning. I failed to record everything, but we know our Father in Heaven hears and knows every prayer. YHC finds great solitude in that truth. Banjo reminded us that Christmas season is an amazing time of year for most of us, but can be a difficult time for others – how true. The Mole completely redeemed himself after his morning of digestive issues. He reminded us that Jesus accepted all of our failures and shortcomings at the cross. It is not our responsibility to carry that anymore. The work has been done and Jesus paid the price. Finally, YHC shared the importance of being selfless as a leader. Here is the passage shared with the PAX:
Consider how the seed must go down into the cold ground then it splits open before growing outward and giving back to the earth. What an excellent example of how we must die to ourselves before we can give our best to the world.