PAX: Sweet Sweet, Feeny, Clubhouse, Sparty, Duracell (respect), Low Flow, Levy, Sasquatch, Dozer, Rooney, Baby Shark, FNG – M3

Q: Stranglehold 

Prerurn: Firewalker & Stranglehold

13 Pax arrived at the flags, and we reviewed the core principals, mission, credo and disclaimer

We moseyed to the main entrance of Papio South High School for a little warm up.

  • Sun Gods forward – 10 (IC)
  • Sun Gods reverse – 10 (IC)
  • Cherry Pickers – 10 (IC)
  • Big Ones – 10 (IC)


  • 20 Derkins
  • 20 Dips
  • 24 Step Ups
  • 15 Donkey Kicks
  • 15 Donkey Kicks
  • 20 Derkins
  • 20 Dips
  • 24 Step Ups


We made our way to the football field. We ran a “simple” 3 man grinder. 1 man on each goal line. One goal line was upper body, and the other goal line was core. The 3rd man was the push running goal line to goal line. The 3 rotated with the push.

Omaha was called at 5:48 and we moseyed back to the flags for some Mary. We completed one round of Sarpy Slammers.


  • IPC events coming up


  • Sparty’s friend Will

Circle of Trust:

A few Sundays ago, I was celebrating another successful week of skipping a Rabbit Hole work out. As I was sipping my morning coffee, I received a text from a good friend. It was an invite to join Hallow with her. I thought, what the heck, I will give it a look. After checking out the app (free version), I stumbled on some old homilies by Fr Mike Schmitz. Most times everything we hear is all sunshine and rainbows. He reviewed the common phrase, “your best days are ahead of you”. Then he made the comment that unfortunately our worst days are most likely ahead of us too.  Now he had my attention. He then went on to discuss how we all are going to face trials. The homily went on for 20 minutes, but I did my best to summarize for the group. Unfortunately, trials are a part of life. It stinks, but we can’t run from them, we can’t hide from them, we can’t be afraid of them. Our trials today will help us overcome our trials of tomorrow. As leaders, we need to recognize this, embrace it, and help others when they are experiencing theirs. None of this is easy, but as leaders we must be the catalysts of hope. I ended with a Romans 5: 3-4 “Rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, endurance produces character and character produces hope”.   YHC led us out in prayer.

Aye! Stranglehold

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