10 December 2020 is the first night

11 December 2020 = 25 Kislev 5781

Weather: 40, clear and awesome

Pax: Nomad, Roid, Snooki, State, Clancy, Bubblebath, Wooly Dutchman, Square, Pontoon-19, Kitty, Dr. Porkchop, Cheeseball, Ponzi, Khaki, Zamboni, Maize, FNG (Josiah), Logger, Motorboat

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5 Core principles

Warmup: Start walk around parking lot
10 forward arm circles
10 backward arm circle
10 Shoulder pretzels
Increase to mosey
Frankenstein kicks
high knees
butt kicks
increase to run

Thang:

57 Lunges (cut short to 30) 

20 4 count feet over blocks.

Do the exercise and then hear the prayer for the night. Its in a 12 nights of xmas fashion….add a new exercise and then work down.

1 – Brickyard Manmaker (8ct with front and back squat)
1st night: Herut (freedom)
We kindle these lights in memory of the dedication and courage of the Maccabees. Believing that people should be free to worship God as their hearts and minds dictate, they willingly gave their lives for freedom. Now, as we light the lights, we rededicate ourselves to work for the equal rights of all, and for the realization of a society where democracy and freedom hold sway.

1 – 10 Brickyard Manmakers (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press

2nd night: Mishpahah (family)
Tonight, as we celebrate Chanukah, we are conscious of the precious gift of family. So often we take one another for granted, forgetting to express our love and devotion. As we kindle these festive lights, let us rededicate ourselves to sharing our interests and our time with one another. Like the Maccabees of old, let us always face the difficulties and the joy of life united by our family bonds.  

1 – Brickyard Manmaker (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press
3 – Alpo
3rd night: Talmud Torah (learning)

On this third night of our festival, we rededicate ourselves to the study of our tradition. As the Maccabees courageously fought to preserve our faith, we too are duty-bound to sustain our heritage by deepening our understanding of it. Study opens our minds and fortifies us against tyranny. Learning secures our freedom. May these Chanukah lights inspire us to enrich our minds and awaken our commitment to Talmud Torah. 

1 – 10 Brickyard Manmakers (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press
3 – Alpo
4 – Tombstones

4th night: Tikvah (Hope)
Our ancestors have taught us that through hope a person’s future is illumined and made creative. Our generation has known fear and great despair. Like the Maccabees, we need to build our live on hope – hope that truth will ultimately triumph over superstition; hope that trust and understanding will eventually depose suspicion and prejudice. As we light these lights, may our eyes be directed to the loftiest visions of our faith. 

1 – Brickyard Manmaker (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press
3 – Alpo
4 – Tombstones
5 – Squat Thrusters

5th night: Ts’dakah (deeds of Righteousness)
Our tradition records that during the war that Jew fought against the Syrians, all of the people, men, women, and children, contributed towards the cause of the defeat of the enemy. Our enemies include hunger, disease, ignorance, and poverty. Tonight, like our ancestors, we put aside Ts’dakah in order that we can help put an end to oppression and lack of opportunity. As we kindle the lights, let us rededicate ourselves to the ideal of righteousness and justice that is so much a part of our tradition. 

1 – 10 Brickyard Manmakers (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press
3 – Alpo
4 – Tombstones
5 – Squat Thrusters
6 – Rows

6th night: Shalom (peace)
The candles of Chanukah remind us of our responsibilities as Jews. Today one of our foremost tasks is to secure peace in our troubled world. When we end disagreements through mutual understanding, when we seek to provide healing balm for wounded feelings, we make of peace a living ideal. Let us then , as we kindle the lights, rededicate ourselves to the task of securing peace. 

1 – Brickyard Manmaker (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press
3 – Alpo
4 – Tombstones
5 – Squat Thrusters
6 – Rows
7 – 30 Cals

7th night Ahvah (brotherhood)
Brotherhood is founded up complete respect for the liberty and freedom of all peoples. Our Chanukah lights serve as a reminder that brotherhood is secure only when we honor the rights and property of our fellow men and women. We need to remember that every human being is created b’tselem Elohim, in God’s own image. 

1 – Brickyard Manmaker (8ct with front and back squat)
2 – Overhead press
3 – Alpo
4 – Tombstones
5 – Squat Thrusters
6 – Rows
7 – 30 Cals
8 – triceps kickback
8th night: Emunah (Faith)
Tonight, we kindle all the candles on our menorah. Through the ages, the Menorah has been a symbol of Judaism. In its honor, we rededicate ourselves to living a more meaningful Jewish life. We pray that throughout this coming year, we may fulfill the ideas of freedom, ts’dakah, family, study, hope, peace, and brotherhood, all of which are symbolized by these candles.

Mary: 
1minute:
Figure 8s
Legs straight window wipers
30 second:
Twisting pistons
Rest
30 second starfish crunch
Tuck plank (same side)
Clockwise LBC
Counterclockwise LBC

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COT

Moleskin: Turned out to be more of a smoker than expected. Lots of things going on in the world.  Pray for each other, pray for friends, pray for family, pray for everyone.  Look out for your brothers and reach out to those in need.  I love you all.  Thanks for the chance to Q!

AYE!

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