The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: 65 degrees, mild
COP: SSH x 20 IC, TTT x 15 IC, Mountain Climbers x 15 IC
PAX performed Indian Run all the way to playground located off S. Walnut St. (corner of Richardson Ave). Broke up into 5 groups and rotated through the following 5 stations.
Tricep Dip on Mary Go Round, Toe Taps on bench, Step ups on Picnic Tables, Pull ups on monkey Bars, Ab tucks on swings.
Circuit 1: 20 reps at each station, bear crawling between each station, 20 WWI sups together in middle.
Circuit 2: 15 reps at each station, bear crawling between each station, 15 WWI sups together in middle.
Circuit 3: 10 reps at each station, walking between each station.
High intensity run back to flag, stopping at different intervals to include Mary.
1st Interval: 20 heel taps on Q, 15 mosquito slappers IC.
2nd Interval: 10 SIF’s (slow inward flutter- I made it up on the fly) on Q
3rd Interval: 10 Mt Climbers IC
Mary: Performed at intervals along our way back from playground.
Numberama, Namerama, Announcements, Pledge, COT
Devo: Reminder to Pax that part of our job as parents is to let our kids ‘fail’ while they’re younger – while under our guidance, leadership, protection, coaching, encouragement – so that we can pick them up when they do and provide the necessary leadership and encouragement they need. The ‘fails’ when they are older are much more impactful in a negative way (and usually outside of our guidance). Provided PAX with a personal story of this in my own personal life last week – I wanted to jump in and ‘save’ my little guy, but felt a nudge in my spirit to allow him to ‘fail’ – learn humility along the way – and allow me (really God working through me) to help him learn and grow through that struggle. Another reminder to PAX that I fail every day in some way as a leader in my home and ultimately have to rely on God’s mercy and grace daily to fill in the gaps where I fail.