The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: 76 degrees
High Knees, SSH, TTT, Don Quiote, Terrible Ts, Imperial Walkers
Seismic recently moved back to it’s old (and newly renovated) stomping grounds on what is now the Rollins Edwards Community Center. YHC was nostalgic about the move and wanted to honor his first workout on this hallowed ground. Thanks to a solid turnout, YHC called an audible and didn’t use the logs, but we still did four corners around the parking lot.
20 Buddy Get-Ups
Buddy up with a partner who you’ll take turns carrying from one station to the next.
Station 1: 20 Merkins
Station 2: 20 Squats
Station 3: 10 Burpees each
Station 4: 20 Calf Raises
Time out for Big Boy Sit-Ups
Station 1: 20 Buddy Get-Ups
Station 2: Seal Merkins
Station 3: Seal Merkins (flapjack positions with partner)
Station 4: 10 Burpees
Bear Crawl 25 yards, complete 10 Burpees, Sprint Back while partner does WWI Sit-Ups
Cold War Sit-Ups
Catch Me if You Can for ¼ Mile
Bear Crawl 25 yards and mosey to the flag for Mary
Mary: WW2 Sit-Ups, Pickle Pounders, LBCs, Terrible Ts, Flutter Kicks
Numberama, Namerama, Announcements, Pledge, COT
Hebrews 9:27: “Just as people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment,”
In the wake of our brother Wilson’s passing and the sudden/unexpected terminal diagnosis for another acquaintance of mine, YHC reminded the PAX that life is short and reiterated two points regarding the brevity of our time on Earth:
- When we die we’ll face judgment. While F3 isn’t a Christian organization, YHC is a Christian and thus my devos come from that point of view. The only way to have a relationship with God now and in eternity is through Jesus Christ
- You never know when your days will be up. Pour into those around you while you can because our time is short.
Moleskin: This week has been rough for YHC. After over a week of no strenuous activity and poor eating on vacation, getting back in the groove has been tough. Calling Cold War Sit-Ups to have a moment to catch my breath and stop the world from spinning wasn’t in the game plan. It was nice to hear afterward that other PAX found the workout difficult. That’s generally the sign of a successful Q.