QSource | Q1.3 Queen
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5 Pax continued our leadership study: QSource. This morning we continued the first quadrant Get Right with Q1.3: Queen.
A Big congratulations to Kotter and his family on the birth of their first child, Valerie Grace.
The Daily Discipline Over What Is Put Into The Body
1 Corinthians 10:31 (NIV) So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.
- Can a good exercise routine overcome a bad diet?
- Are some foods bad?
- What leads a man to descend into gluttony?
Man does not stay Fit through exercise alone
- The Queen is an integral guardrail in pursuit of proper personal alignment.
- There is not any magical fitness routine such that the Queen could be ignored.
- To get right, you have to exert daily discipline over what you eat.
Portion control is the key to weight control
- In the 21st Century America, we have access to food by sitting on our butts and not doing anything. (Drive Thrus, delivery)
- People find a workaround to get what their heart desires, therefore what has to change is the heart.
- What works for some, may not work for others. One effective way is counting your daily net calorie intake, and adjusting as necessary.
Weight control requires Accountability
- Not every man needs accountability to maintain his ideal weight.
- Ectomorphs cannot gain weight even if they try to, and mesomorphs high metabolism turns extra calories into lean muscle.
- Most men are endomorphs, our bodies store extra calories as fat, typically in our FUPA.
- FUPA: the thickest part of a man’s torso between his waistline and his chest.
- Set a standard: Ideal Weight and FUPA.
- Enforcement: Daily weigh-in and FUPA taping.
- Consequence: Adjust daily intake.
- What works for one man, will not work for all men. We are all different.
- Man does not stay Fit through exercise alone
- Portion control is the key to weight control
- Weight control requires Accountability
Homework for 3/23
Thoughts for the week:
- Are some temptations worse than others?
- Don’t bad men often do good things, and good men often do bad things?
- Can a man ultimately conquer his own demons?