Luck of the Roll

When: August 15, 2019

Q: (VQ) Glammy (Mentor)

Pax: 007, Mentor, Ranger, Memaw, Wildlife, Defender, Summertime, The Brit, Nomad, Tator, Astro, Snapshot, Broadway, Mama Mia



Warmup: Run lap, 50 Jumping jacks

The Thang: Total body workout, with 4 stations: Legs, Arms, Core/abs, and Cardio. 8 minutes at each station, roll the dice and number rolled, add a “0” to and that is the number of reps of each workout. 1=10, 2=20, 3=30, etc… Run/walk lap between each station. Hydrate!!

Station 1: Legs

  1. Squats
  2. Side lunges (split number rolled per side)
  3. Sumo squats
  4. Calf raises
  5. Bridges
  6. Back kicks (split number rolled per side)

Run/walk lap

Station 2: Arms

  1. Curl with overhead press
  2. Laterial raises
  3. Back swings
  4. Dumbbell hammer curls
  5. Goal posts
  6. Bent over rows

Run/walk lap

Station 3: Core/abs

  1. Plank
  2. Sit-ups
  3. Reverse crunches
  4. Standing crunches (split number rolled per side)

Run/walk lap

Station 4: Cardio

  1. High knees
  2. Jumping jacks
  3. Butt kicks
  4. Jump rope

Run/walk lap

End with 1 minute wall sit


Psalm 139:14 “I will praise you for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Marvelous are your works.”

From time to time, most of us complain about our bodies. Especially in today’s world with social media, we compare ourselves to others. We forget that God’s master plan specifically included our features. When we know we are “fearfully made,” we should consider our bodies with a kind of reverence. We are looking at God’s handiwork. And he makes NO mistakes. So maybe we should COMPLAIN LESS and PRAISE MORE. Our bodies are the temple of The Holy Spirit, so we should take pride in them, take care of them, and make them the healthiest we can, because we are all God’s work. You never know who is watching you, looking up to you (daughters, friends, etc) so we should set Godly examples and be encouraging. Next time you look in the mirror and want to beat yourself up, think to yourself, “Is what I am about to say about myself honoring to God’s marvelous work?” “Am I being a positive example to my children?” Remember, you are fearfully and wonderfully made, and God makes NO mistakes!