The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: 72F and Humid
FNGs: None, Disclaimer Given
- Through the Tunnel – 10X IC
- Side Saddle Hop – 20X IC
Grab a block and line up. Indian run with the block to the concession stand at the baseball complex
Find a partner for Dora. While one partner does the exercise, the other partner runs with the block to the gate and back (~100 yds there and back). Both partners work on the reps together. Dora exercises were:
- 100 Merkins on the block. One hand on the block for one press, then the other hand for one press. Rinse and repeat
- 200 LBCs (bonus points for LBCs with the block. No, not really)
- 300 Squats with the block
Homer to Marge to Mr Burns (look it up in the lexicon) – 10X IC
Back to partners. One partner does the exercise while the other holds the position. Flap jack
- 20 OHP/High Plank
- 20 Curls for the Girls/Al Gore with the block
Ruck the blocks back to the flag.
Mary: No time
Namerama: Yo Adrian, Prius, Splinter, Daycare, Chilly Willy, Chum, Itgonbefun, Sakrete, High Stick, Show Me, Gruber, Waldo, Easy In, No Shoes, Defib, KY,
Pledge and COT
Announcements: 5 Guys Lunch on Thursday
Devo: None given. Already kept the men too long
Moleskin: The men pushed today. They pushed hard. There allegedly was some merlot splashed today (unconfirmed as of this writing). Was it anything YHC did? Let YHC make this clear….NOPE! Sure, YHC wrote the winkie, but YHC didn’t do the work. All YHC did was set some direction and get out of the way.
YHC finds this to be true in just about every leadership situation. Whether that be with the family or work, the principle still remains the same. Just give some leadership and get out of the way. Maybe some guidance is needed during the task, but doing this enables decision making at the lower level (which has all kinds of benefits – development, speed to action, reduced cycle times, etc). Try it the next time you’re in a leadership role. Stay close, but not too close. You’ve got to give it time and freedom to work.