The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: Upper 60s
COP: SSH (IC) x15, TTT (IC) x10, Imperial Walkers (IC) x10
YHC set up 6 cones: starting point and 5 stations. Pax grabbed a block and dropped it at station 3. YHC has his big die and explained that each station had a workout/reps assigned to it.
- 5 Burpees
- 10 Merkins
- 15 Curls for the Girls
- 20 Calf Raises (IC)
- 25 Flutter Kicks (IC)
Each pax would take a turn rolling the die and would pick the station numbers that added up to the number rolled on the die. So if a pax rolled a 5, they could chose Flutter Kicks or Calf Raises and Burpees or Merkins and Curls or any other combination that added up to 5. Round 2 introduced subtraction, so rolling a 1 meant that you could do Flutter Kicks and Calf Raises. Only rule is that if multiple stations are picked, you have to return to the start in between.
Mary: None. Lots of flutter kicks in the Thang.
Namerama: Outhouse, Saget, Brokeback, Maybelline, Mr Feeny, Cheddar, Tinder, GI Jane (R), Weezer, Winslow (R), Dovetail, Olaf
Pledge and COT
Announcements: Brought up the other AOs on this side. Creek, Ditch, Hole, Table 32, and Pasture (Carnes). Encouraged visiting other AOs. Prayers for Mr. Feeney’s work stress.
Devo: Matthew 6:10 – On earth as it is in heaven… We typically only think of eternal life as “future” and lasting forever. Our mindset is “It’s hell on earth, I can’t wait to get to Heaven”, but the definition of “Eternal” is without beginning or end. God promises his kingdom and abundant life now, not just in the future. Are we taking advantage of that? Are we putting things off for the future when God calls us to have the abundant life we crave now.
Moleskin: Pax enjoyed the workout and some got really creative with their math and GI Jane said that he is going to adapt the workout for his ROTC students. However, the consensus is that numbers are hard first thing in the morning.