The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
none (we got shit to do)
Run 3.14 miles in shrinking circles around the neighborhood and AO doing sets of 5 burpees, 10 derkins off the curb (or the like), and 15 dips off the curb (or the like) at multiple spots along the way.
ain’t nobody got time fo that
Pledge and COT
Devo: At best YHC could be described as very flexible in his faith. But make no mistake YHC believes in God. He sees Her all around him every day, in nature, people, in beauty, etc. If the number Pi is not proof that there is a higher power, it is, at least, a beautiful metaphor for God. Pi is an irrational transcendent number, that is it chaotic and is infinite. At the same time it is immensely useful, real, and directed. It is one of those things that we as humans know exists and can see evidence of everyday in our lives, but the more we explore it the more questions we have. For YHC this is much how God presents Herself to him.
Moleskin: 3.14 miles in 45 minutes with PT was a lofty goal but we got it done. With today as Pi Day YHC could not resist. In all honesty, YHC competing in this months running challenge made a running heavy BC even more desirable. The PAX did well to keep a good pace (even that knuckle head rucking the damn thing) while busting out the PT effectively and efficiently. We had a little bit of a scare just before 5am as a patrol car rolled up just as City Slicker walked up. YHC thought to himself “If that grumpy old neighbor called the cops on us before we have even started I’m going to be pissed.” Turns out it was just a false alarm set off in the farmhouse. Today’s BC was served up with a side of actual pie, Dutch apple to be exact. Delicious! Happy Pi Day!!!