The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: 64 Degrees
COP: SSH x 25 IC, Don Quiote x 20 IC, LBAC x 10 IC (forward and backwards), Imperial Walkers x 15 IC
Today’s beat down included a series of 11s with a battle buddy.
Round 1: Pax lines up on one side of the track. Ten Iron Crosses for one man, wheelbarrow to the other side of the track and the other man completes one Iron Cross. Swap positions and wheelbarrow back to the other side where man one completes nine Iron Crosses. Continue until man one is at one Iron Cross and man two is at ten Iron Crosses.
Round 2: Pax lines up on the track. Ten Patty Cake Merkins, run approximately 80 yards and complete one Four Count Flutter Kick. Run back. Continue until…well you know the drill.
Head to the pool far side of the pool building. Balls to Wall, Butts to the Wall, and .
Head back to the track and execute 10 Pull-Ups per man.
Mary: Big Boy Sit-Ups x 20, Pickle Pounder x IC, WWI Sit-Ups x 20 IC
Numberama, Namerama, Announcements, Pledge, COT
Devo: Psalm 46:10 – He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth.”
In the snow the first week of January, it struck YHC how eerily quiet it was. Snow muffles so much sound and without many vehicles on the road, it was nearly silent. It was a reminder at that at times we need perfect peace and quiet, free of distraction, conflict, and noise in general to reflect on our relationship with the Father.
Moleskin: The Jones continues to impress with the dedication of the men who regularly attend this AO. Elevens are always a good challenge and YHCs abs were still hurting this weekend after all of the Iron Crosses. YHC is content the PAX were sufficiently challenged. We also had Danica from Greensboro in town to post with us. It is always nice to meet a brother from another area who is committed enough to post when on the road.