PAX: Deagle, Black Diamond, Old Bay
· SSH x 25 IC
· Imperial Walkers x 15 IC
· Carolina Dry Docks x 10 IC
· Cherry Pickers x 15 IC
· 3 Laps around the blacktop – Karaoke / High Knees / Spints on long sides. · Arm Circles x 10 small / 10 wide – forward then backward IC · Michael Phelps x 15 IC
· Windmills x 15 IC
Coupon Supervisor sets the goal, everyone else begins with a lap · Bench Press
· Alternating Lunges
· Upward Press
1 Couponicide between each exercise
Basketball – 20 LBCs for a made shot, one Burpee for missed shot.
Flutter-x 20 IC
Reverse Crunches-x 15 IC
American Hammer -x 15 IC
Leg Lift Rosalitas -x 15 IC
ANNOUNCEMENTS: need Qs for July 8, 10, and 15. Winston will coordinate with @Deagle.
Q-Source 1.11 Study
The QSource does not prescribe any particular religion, but rather that a man must have some kind of belief system to Accelerate in life. By Belief System, we mean the conviction that there is a governing force outside of oneself that provides an ordered explanation for our existence and delivers consequences for the violation of that order.
The only proven buffer to a Leader’s temptation to abuse his power comes from Virtue, and that is not self-generated. It is a result of character formed through study, practice, and adherence to a Belief System. Absent that, a Leader will make up his own rules because he has the power to do so. He will become corrupt, because that is what power (unrestrained by Guardrails) does to a man.
Bricks: A singular positive Habit that is Advantageous to the individual or others.
Bricklaying: The joining of Bricks into a Routine. F3 has a podcast called 43 feet that discusses bricklaying.
Routines: A conjunction of Bricks that forms a Guardrail.
Guardrails: Foundational precepts that protect and Incentivize Acceleration to Advantage. The better the guardrails, the greater we can accelerate to advantage. The less developed the guardrails are, the less willing we are to accelerate.
Learning leads to doing–doing leads to learning–and learning leads back to doing, in a virtuous cycle allowing us to set higher standards for ourselves and those we lead. If we stop the learning-doing cycle, and as soon as we stop, we would begin to Decelerate.