The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: Low 60s, clear, perfect (though with some standing water from all the rain earlier in the week
COP: SSH x15 IC; Don Quixote x15 IC; LBAC x15 IC forward & backward; Overhead Claps x15 IC; TTT x15 IC
-Indian run to the whiffle ball field, going the long way around.
-Split into 5 groups. 4 of the groups will start at a different base while the 5th group starts as the runners.
-The pax that are running will take one lap around the field, while they are doing that, the pax at home plate are doing flutter kicks, the pax at 1st base are doing burpees, the pax at 2nd base are doing LBCs, and the pax at 3rd base are doing merkins.
-Once the runners complete their lap, everyone rotates…the runners go to home, home goes to 1st base, 1st base goes to 2nd, 2nd base goes to 3rd, and the men at 3rd base become the runners. Continue this rotation until around 5:35.
-Mosey back to the flag.
Mary: LBC x30 IC; WWI situps x20 on Q; American Hammers x10 IC
Namerama: Easy In, Fish N Chips, Placebo, Pretzel, Stalker, Old D, Swamp Fox, Three’s Company, Chum, Snips, Waldo
Pledge and COT
Announcements: Saturday workout is at Fault Line.
Devo: Taking on a new leadership role can be scary. Yes, you may make some mistakes, but if people were encouraging you to take on that role, then they have faith in your ability to do it…but if you wait until you personally feel like you are ready, you may never make the leap. So sometimes you have to take the risk and go out and lead before you feel like you are ready.
Moleskin: It’s always exciting when somebody steps up to co-Q for the first time. Snips has been a regular at Bedrock since December, and finally took the leap to lead for the first time this morning. He had to deal with the first co-Q jitters, the classic Fish N Chips stalling tactics, and some solid mumble chatter, but he handled all of that well and led us through a good workout. I look forward to what he’ll bring to the Q table going forward.