Season 1 – Day 4

Follow the list below to complete the activities for the day.  You can download the worksheets in PDF format to share with your team members.

Get Ready

Warm up with 20 Jumping Jacks + 20 High kicks

Get Set

Watch the exercise videos to learn proper form for the activities on the fitness test.  Walk in place while the videos play.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Sit Ups 30 seconds 30 seconds 30 seconds
Flutter Kicks 30 seconds 30 seconds 30 seconds
Plank 30 seconds 30 seconds 30 seconds
Right Side Plank 30 seconds 30 seconds 30 seconds
Left Side Plank 30 seconds 30 seconds 30 seconds
Repetition 1 round Repeat for 2 rounds Repeat for 3 rounds

Inspire Courage

Watch the inspirational video below, then use the discussion guide to have a conversation.  If doing this program on your own, use a journal (paper or digital) to process the questions and thoughts.  If as a group, use the sections that are most meaningful to the group.  Download guide in PDF or use the text included below.

Cardio Think

Go for a walk in nature or around your neighborhood.

After the workout and inspirational study, take a walk or run.  It can be done at another time of day if needed.  This is a great opportunity to think about the devotional study and personal health goals.

Discussion Guide

CLIMB – The Moment of Mentorship

*Bold text is optional supplemental material.  PDF file is linked above under “Inspire Courage.”


Each member share with the group in about 30 seconds or less.

  • Who are 5 people that have lifted you up during the lowest moments of your life?
  • Who are the 5 people who have inspired you the most to keep pursuing your goals even when you wanted to quit?
  • Who are the 5 people who you feel have held you back the most in your life?


Have each person read one verse in a clockwise fashion.

Mark 2:1-12


Discuss the following questions as a group:

  1. Why do you think these four people helped such a helpless man?
  2. If the crowd made it so difficult to reach Jesus, why weren’t the four discouraged?
  3. What did the act of uncovering the roof and lowering the sick man into Jesus’ presence say to the paralyzed man? To Jesus?
  4. Who’s faith is the Bible saying that Jesus saw in verse 5?
  5. Do you think there were other people who would have been healed by Jesus had they had friends who would carry them to His presence?
  6. Could the sick man have ever made it to Jesus on his own?


  • Share a story about a mentor in your life.
  • Share a story about a time when you failed to ask for help.
  • Share a story about a moment when someone came to your help unexpectedly.


Find or rekindle a mentorship relationship that can carry you even when you’re ready to give up. If you cannot find a person nearby, choose a distant mentor in someone online or in public that inspires you.

Consider pairing off into accountability partners in your group