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It is not our job to control our our loved ones or even to save them from their own mistakes. It is our job to be their loved one and to love them.

As a parent, it is our job to be a mother or father; a friend if possible. We have a responsibility before our children reach adulthood, to guide them, protect them, and to educate them about hidden, unknown consequences. Gradually, we let them make their own choices and experience the consequences when they must. The difficulty comes with walking this journey with some grace. Parenting is HARD.

I believe I have a responsibility toward my friends and loved ones. I want to look out for their best interests and to protect them in moments of weakness. I want to propel them forward in life. I don’t want to enable them and I do not want to take their free will or independence. I must find a way to hold them accountable, love them in a healthy way, and to let them choose their own path.

I must love others without trying control people’s behavior. I believe there is a God, so I just ask Him to do those things. When I trust in His will, I do my job well.

Let’s do our job, love each other and let God do His thing. He is GOOD.

Have a great week!



Developing Speed

As always warm up properly before starting your training session and please consult a physician before starting a new exercise regimen.

  1. Barbell Box Squats w/wide stance - 10 sets x 2 reps @ 50-70% rest 30-60 secs between sets

  2. Barbell Good mornings - 6 sets x 3 reps. 1-2 min rest

  3. Lateral Lunges- 3 sets x 12 reps each leg.

  4. Glute Ham Developer 3 x 12 reps @ body weight

  5. Farmers Walks 3 sets x 50 ft.

  6. Ab wheel 3x10 reps @ body weight

Workout provided by: Juan Martinez at West Texas Strength Training Facility


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