We had a blast on this rain day. Several Pax pre-rucked. Sleep does not matter those #HIM. YHC intentionally pushed the Pax to prepare them for up and coming CSAUP. The Pax took the downpainment as challenge and got stronger.
Mosey to the side Parking Lot:
Warm up: Wind Mills (15x), Squats (15x), Mountain Climbers (15x), Ruck Swings (15x – OYO)
Partner chase with both rucks to the other side of the building.
Mosey to the other side of the building.
Partner Drill 1: One partner bear crawls to the stop sign and runs back.The other partner does upright hold with his partner’s ruck, keeps his ruck on. 2x
Partner Drill 2: One partner crab walks to the stop sign and runs back.The other partner lunges with his partner’s ruck above his head, keeps his ruck on. 2x
Partner Drill 3: One partner burpee broad jumps to the stop sign and runs back.The other partner swings his partner’s ruck, keeps his ruck on.
Mosey to the bus loop.
Jacob’s Ladder. Man makers on one end of the bus loop (7x), burpees on the top of the hill on the other end of the bus loop.
Today, we discussed how we need to be patient fathers. A lack of patience causes us to miss key coaching opportunities for our children. To exercise patience, we need to limit the disciplining our children.
Disciplining results in painful and short-term lessons. Using a coaching approach helps to teach our children how to make better decisions in the future (see Proverbs 22:6).
Remember, that you’re not disciplining children, you’re training future adults.