The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: 72F 100% Humidity
COP: Nope, we ran
Run half of Alson loop, then head to garage. Go up stairs backwards and run the ramps down. Follow the same path back. Lap AO until time.
Mary: Nope, we ran
Namerama: Muscadine, Good Times, Space Cowboy, Bellator, Myrtle, Floppy, Grits, Snowden, Peg, KY
Pledge and COT
Announcements: Old Flame’s run on the bridge, GORUCK Extortion
Moleskin: Its a shame that YHC didn’t get an opportunity to Q Tremor prior to his farewell tour. YHC has numerous BC Q’s under his belt and can develop a workout to suit that needs, but picking up a running AO was completely new. YHC had a route in mind, but ran it through the AO Q just prior to assembly. Which turned out to be a great thing to do. The AO Q pointed out some opportunities for improvements, and after a quick calibration session, we put it into action.
Leadership call on this is two fold. First, get out of your comfort zone. That’s pretty easy and straight forward. Only when we get in new situations do we learn. The second part is look for people you can learn from when your out of your comfort zone and ask questions. One can never be too humble in a leadership position. Ironically, YHC finds that people respect that more than someone who doesn’t seek input/help.