PAX: Fissure, Free Candy, Radiohead, Steam Engine, Ducktales, Turtle, Geek Squad, Milkman, Saddlebags, V-Squared, Arrowhead (FNG), Fannie Mae (FNG)
AO: The Huey
72 degrees. Humid, Foggy.
I am Kodak and will be on Q today. I am not a professional. You are here at your own free will. If you get hurt we will get you help. I will try to motivate you under the understanding that you draw the line with your own limitations.
1/4 Mile Jog w/ High knees, Low Knees, Karaokes
25 SSH IC
10 Burpees OYO
20 Mountain Climbers IC
20 Air Squats OYO
25 Flutter Kicks (hands on chest) OYO
1 minute stretch OYO
10 minute Indian Run
The next portion of the workout was in a parking lot roughly 50 meters long. PAX sprint from one end to the other at given percentage and do exercise on the way back.
50 meter sprint @ 50%, 21 Burpees
50 meter sprint @ 100%, 21 Lunges
50 Meter Sprint @ 50%, 21 SSH
50 Meter Sprint @ 100%, 21 Push-ups
50 Meter Sprint @ 100%, Buddy Carry
No matter how large or small, at one point or another you can think back at a time when you wished you had performed better. It may have been in a personal relationship, your kids, girlfriend, a project at work, or any other part of life. It DOES NOT matter how long you are doing something in life – 10 minutes, 5 days, or 10 years – be intentional when you do it.
To me, being “intentional” means having a planned purpose, being present, and always aware of your actions. If you show up to life everyday knowing how you are going to spend your time, what you are going to focus on, and who you want to share life with – you will find fulfillment – even if you fail.
With intention you are never in limbo- you are never just floating through time without direction – wasting days, weeks, or years just droning through life. Everyone knows the studies they do with the elderly about regrets, they always wish they had done things differently, or had more time. They blame themselves for not having a fulfilling life. You do not have to be this way, and you can start now.
At this point in my life, I am only 27. Even at the age of 27 I can think back to times in my life when I could have been better – more intentional. I could have showed up to my job everyday with the intention to outperform everyone. I could have spent more time with family members or friends before they moved on to another season of life. Whatever the case is, if I would have been INTENTIONAL I would have had purpose in all my days.
Some of you may be thinking that having intention seems exhausting- and it can be. YOU MUST HAVE BALANCE. You can have relaxing weekends, evening, or whatever you want – just have that be your intention. I intentionally DO NOTHING some days so I can reset, relax, and reflect. Some days I will watch Netflix for 5 hours straight- but it’s because I was intentional the rest of the week and can afford to do so. The bottom line is I can do it without regret because I CHOSE to act that way. Doing nothing has just as much purpose as filling your day with errands and tasks.
Here is my point- life is very fragile and you don’t get to choose when you go- some people don’t even know they have gone- it can happen so quick. One day I will go, and in those moments I will be able to know that I took responsibility for how I wanted to live my life, how I wanted to build relationships and love, and how I wanted to believe- all through being intentional.
This workout is named after SFC Chrisopher Celiz, 1/75 Ranger. He was killed in action July 12th, 2018 on his 5th deployment to Afghanistan. He was my mentor for a short 5 month period on my last deploymet and introduced the idea of “intention” to me.
Two FNGs came out, RadioHead took a hammy injury, and Turtle is still recovering from a non F3 neck injury.
PAX were treated with a nice helping of Orange Juice and Donuts
Go Ruck Chattanooga is coming up (check slack Channel)
Veterans climb night at highpoint. All are welcome, veterans climb at a discount. this is something im putting together myself and would love to see some guys out there. Ill pass more info through the channel.