The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership
FNGs: No FNGs
Disclaimer: Push yourself, don’t hurt yourself. F3 doesn’t exist on paper so there’s no one to sue if you get hurt. Don’t get hurt!
Straight to The Thang!
Pax met and left for the parking garage at 0530.
Once there pax placed 30lb dumbbell at ground level by the stairs
40lb sandbag at 2nd floor by the stairs
60lb sandbag at 3rd floor by the stairs
80lb sandbag at 4th level by the stairs
One PAX picked up the 30lb dumbbell and took the stairs up to the 2nd floor dropped it off there and picked up the 40lb sandbag and so on up the floors, swapping out at each floor. After taking the 80lb sandbag to the top floor, The PAX would turn around back down that flight of steps and do the same thing in reverse until finally getting the 30lb dumbbell to the ground floor.
The remaining pax ran the stairs to top and performed
15 Flutter Kicks IC
Then ran back down
The next man up started carry the wieghts.
PAX held plank until 6 was in, then rinse and repeat until each pax got a turn with the coupons
(6 rounds total)
Pax ran back to AO.
X-Ray and Space Cowboy squeezed in some LBCs waiting for the rest of us to get back to the flag.
Namerama:Space Cowboy, Minivan, X-Ray (Respect), Floppy, Defib, Old Flame (Respect)
Pledge: ✅ 🇺🇸
Anniversary party 1/25/2020 at the Ponds. HC on the Facebook page.
Volunteer for the P200 if you can! It’s our regions top fund raiser.
Prayers and BOM :
For all the unspokens 🙏
AAR From Defib: This was Awesome! The excitement started a bit before start time because Old Flame pulled a Superman and raced to get across the train tracks before a train came by! (Don’t do that at home kids) Floppy and I both doubled down after enjoying the Richter at tremor. I’m not a runner, but it’s nice to pretend to be one. So before the BC I got to do the 1 mile warm up, 2 miles for time and another mile for just because 😂. The first mile of the 2 miles for time was strong. The second mile was slower, I felt tired, so I set a goal at that point to keep good posture and don’t walk. I made it 😄 The hamstrings were really tight after all that so I kept stretching and moving until we started Faultline. I wasn’t excited about running to the garage…. but I was excited about sandbags! It was kind of Old Flame to indulge my affinity for sandbags, though stairs with sandbags kind of suck and I’m afraid of falling over on my face with a weight behind my head 😂. It was a great workout. Old Flame got the idea for the workout after he did this workout with another fire company. The run back to the flag wasn’t super fun, the calves were twingy and tight. But I just focused on posture and cadence and did plenary fine without any cramping. The watch said that I got in 7.5 miles and 36 flights of stairs at the end of the morning workouts. At the end of it all I was tired, but not too tired. I was ready for a break though 😂 I don’t run, I do ruck, and I thoroughly enjoy BCs. So just by staying active with the F3 I can just go out and get 7.5 miles and feel no worse for wear. I definitely don’t recommend it, but I do hope that everyone keeps posting and keeps getting better; push yourself but don’t hurt yourself. Move your bodies, hang out with your F3 brothers in the gloom and even complain about the exercises! City Slicker asked why I was smiling when it was so cold before tremor started. I was smiling because I was just happy to be out in the gloom with these great guys. The running sucked 😂 but the company was great. And I got to pick up sandbags 🤘🤙 – Defib