This no-equipment workout is so much fun 🏋🏽♀️ TRY IT!
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30 sec per exercise
4-5 rounds of all four! 🔥
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Do you ever get choked up by a picture? A couple weeks ago, this picture was sent to me along with “Thanks for being someone he looks up to. 👍🏼” & my heart was instantly full, in fact, it was overflowing. I think we all recognize that the role models in our lives have had a great influence on us. Paul wrote to the Corinthians: “Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ” (1 Cor. 11:1). That is the Bible’s definition of role modeling. For me as a believer, it is the natural result of a normal, growing walk with Jesus. I’m NOT perfect, nor will I ever claim to be, but abiding in Him and keeping my eyes on Him as much as I humanly can. What I’m saying is, we’re all role models whether we like it or not. There are people in our lives who are watching you and they are being influenced by what they see. But obviously as believers, we want to make certain that we are the kind of role model that can say, “Follow me because I’m following Christ.” Like it or not, we’re responsible for the people we influence. We are responsible to set the best example of Godly living we possibly can. We are not responsible for their behavior; they still have a free will to choose to follow our example or not. But if we do not give them the role model we should, we will be held accountable to God for our failure to be a good example. •
With all that being said, thank you @hillcitypgh for all you’ve done for me. I cannot wait to see what God has in store for me in Peru 🙏🏽