Georgetown

December Ultimate

QIC: Semi

Warm-a-Rama

20 seal jacks i/c
20 seal waves i/c
20 plank jacks i/c
Side shuffle around circle, switch facing direction halfway
10 hip circles each direction oyo
15 Michael Phelps i/c
15 mountain man pooper i/c
Toy Soldier halfway around circle, lt dan the other half

The Thang

Patriot run to Ruxpin’s distillery by the way by the railroad tracks

15 hanging knees raises oyo

Mosey to field by church

Ultimate frisbee – 2 teams of 5
Turn overs – 5 merkins.       Total – a lot!
Touch downs – 5 burpees.  Total – 30, 35

3rd F

WHY DOGS LIVE LESS THAN HUMAN

Here’s the surprising answer of a 6 year old child.

Being a veterinarian, I had been called to examine a ten-year-old Irish Wolfhound named Belker. The dog’s owners, Ron, his wife Lisa, and their little boy Shane, were all very attached to Belker, and they were hoping for a miracle.

I examined Belker and found he was dying of cancer. I told the family we couldn’t do anything for Belker, and offered to perform the euthanasia procedure for the old dog in their home.

As we made arrangements, Ron and Lisa told me they thought it would be good for six-year-old Shane to observe the procedure. They felt as though Shane might learn something from the experience.

The next day, I felt the familiar catch in my throat as Belker‘s family surrounded him. Shane seemed so calm, petting the old dog for the last time, that I wondered if he understood what was going on. Within a few minutes, Belker slipped peacefully away.

The little boy seemed to accept Belker’s transition without any difficulty or confusion. We sat together for a while after Belker’s Death, wondering aloud about the sad fact that dogs’ lives are shorter than human lives.  Shane, who had been listening quietly, piped up, ”I know why.”

Startled, we all turned to him. What came out of his mouth next stunned me. I’d never heard a more comforting explanation. It has changed the way I try and live.

He said, ”People are born so that they can learn how to live a good life — like loving everybody all the time and being nice, right?” The six-year-old continued,

”Well, dogs already know how to do that, so they don’t have to stay for as long as we do.”

Live simply.
Love generously.
Care deeply.
Speak kindly.

Remember, if a dog was the teacher you would learn things like:

• When your loved ones come home, always run to greet them.
• Never pass up the opportunity to go for a joyride.
• Allow the experience of fresh air and the wind in your face to be pure Ecstasy.
• Take naps.
• Stretch before rising.
• Run, romp, and play daily.
• Thrive on attention and let people touch you.
• Avoid biting when a simple growl will do.
• On warm days, stop to lie on your back on the grass.
• On hot days, drink lots of water and lie under a shady tree.
• When you’re happy, dance around and wag your entire body.
• Delight in the simple joy of a long walk.
• Be faithful.
• Never pretend to be something you’re not.
• If what you want lies buried, dig until you find it.
• When someone is having a bad day, be silent, sit close by, and nuzzle them gently.

That’s the secret of happiness that we can learn from a good dog.

Mosey back to circle

Number Rama
NAME-A-RAMA
COT

10 HIM showed today: Semi, Woodstock, Chattahoochee, Fireplex, Whirlybird, Wood, Bunt, Chauffer, Ruxpin, Spaceman

Semi Rotator

QIC: Semi

Warm-a-Rama
15 Seal jacks i/c
15 Imperial walkers i/c
15 plank jacks i/c
10 hip circles oyo (each direction)
30 Moroccan night club i/c
15 Michael Phelps i/c
15 seal waves i/c

The Thang

Each PAX grabes 2 water bottles
Nur to other side of circle
10 low side plank rotator i/c
Toy Soldier set
50 lbc, 25 e2k, 10 big boys
10 low side plank rotator i/c
30 urkins oyo
10 low side plank rotator i/c
15 split squats ( per leg )
10 low side plank rotator i/c per side
10 pretzel sticks (per side)

Warrior run to Ruxpin’s distillery
15 hanging leg raises oyo
30 Durkin oyo
7 hanging knee raises oyo

3rd F
Sentinels of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The Sentinels of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier stand watch 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in any weather. Sentinels, who volunteer for this post, are considered the elite of the elite 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), headquartered at nearby Fort Myer, Virginia.

After members of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment become ceremonially qualified, they are eligible to volunteer for duty as Sentinels at the Tomb. If accepted, they are assigned to Company E of The Old Guard. Each soldier must be in superb physical condition, possess an unblemished military record and be between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet, 4 inches tall for men or 5 feet, 8 inches and 6 feet, 2 inches tall for women, with a proportionate weight and build.

Would-be Tomb Guards must first undergo an interview and a two-week trial. During the trial phase, they memorize seven pages of Arlington National Cemetery history. This information must be recited verbatim in order to earn a “walk.” 

If a soldier passes the first training phase, “new soldier” training begins. New Sentinels learn the history of Arlington National Cemetery and the grave locations of nearly 300 veterans.They learn the guard-change ceremony, the manual of arms, and methods for keeping their uniforms and weapons in immaculate condition.

The Sentinels must pass multiple tests to earn the privilege of wearing the silver Tomb Guard Identification Badge. First, they are tested on their manual of arms knowledge, uniform preparation and walks. Then, they take the badge test, consisting of 100 randomly selected questions from the 300 items memorized during training. The would-be badge holder must get more than 95 percent correct.

The Tomb Guard Identification Badge is a temporary award until the badge-holding Sentinel has honorably served at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier for nine months. At that time, the award can become a permanent badge, which may be worn for the rest of a military career. The silver badge is an upside-down, laurel-leaf wreath surrounding a depiction of the Tomb’s front face, the words “Honor Guard,” and figures representing Peace, Victory and Valor. Over 600 Tomb Guards have earned the badge since the late 1950s. 

The Tomb Guards work on a three-relief rotation; each relief has one commander and about six Sentinels. The three reliefs are organized by height, so that those in each guard change ceremony look similar in appearance. The Sentinels wear the Army dress blue uniform, reminiscent of the color and style worn by soldiers during the late 1800s. 

Chappie run across rr tracks back to circle
10 burpees

15 low side plank rotator i/c
Bolt 45 sumo style
15 low side plank rotator i/c
10 monkey humpers
Colt 45  palm down
Toy Soldier set
50 lbc, 25 e2k, 10 big boys

9 HIM showed today: Quarto, Semi, Fireplex, Chattahoochee, Probe, Ruxpin, Cinko, Bunt, Pusher

Chauffer’s Chauffeured Georgetown Tour of Destruction 04/22/2023

17 HIM: Wildwing, Fireplex, Gator, Toy Soldier, Pusher, Sweet n Low, Quattro, Biddie, TRex, Mr. Mom, Looney Tunes, Semi, WhirlyBird, Lunchables, Cinco, Doodle, led by Chauffer.

Warm up: The Q showed up late (apologies) and found 16 HIM performing SSH led by TRex.
The welcome to F3 Nation, mission statement and disclaimer had already been completed so Q took over and next up were 10 hip circles each direction OYO followed by 20 cherry pickers I.C. , 20 windmills I.C. , 20 imperial walkers I.C. , and a new exercise was introduced called the Side Straddle Merkin (begin in the diamond merkin position with feet together drop to wide stance with feet wide apart then push back up to starting position). HIM performed 10 SSM OYO and then performed 5 burpees.

Mosey to Firehouse parking lot (south Bedford side) Bear Crawl to Pine street side.

Mosey to N.G. Sidewalk. HIM formed two rows facing steps. Front row began Lt. Dan to the steps while back row performed squats. When front row reached steps, back row began Lt. Dan toward steps and front row did 10 step hops and then performed squats until back row arrived. Front row then Lt. Dan back to sidewalk and performed dips while back row performed 10 step hops followed by 20 dips.

Mosey to Library. HIM performed 20 American Hammers OYO, 20 Big boys OYO, 20 Flutter kicks OYO.

Mosey to front of Georgetown Middle School. HIM lined up on curb at east side (Sussex Central Dr.) and performed the new Side Straddle Merkin exercise (5 OYO) then Lt. Dan to next sidewalk and performed 20 merkins and planked for the 6. Then, on Qs command, jail break to next sidewalk to do 10 burpees then mosey to next side walk for 20 Big Boys OYO. NUR to curb at School Lane to do 20 dips OYO. When all HIM had completed the dips Q gave 3rd F message.

3rd F. Q shared that since joining F3, 3 years ago, he has spent more time in the Word than he had in all his life. This was motivated mostly by Yukon who last year told us that he and his M were reading the New Testament in a year (a chapter a day Mon-Fri). Q read Colossians 3:1-17. You can read Colossians 3 here https://www.blueletterbible.org/nlt/col/3/1/

After 3rd F message : HIM then, feeling convicted and realizing their sinful nature, performed 5 Bomb Jacks and then reversed the order of the exercises at the school to return all the HIM to the east side of the school (Sussex Central Dr.)

Mosey back to Cir. For a round of Mary.

Number-ama, Name O Rama, announcements, COT

Mighty Thor

QIC: Semi

Warm-a-Rama
20 Seal Jack i/c
20 plank jack i/c
10 hip circles each direction oyo
Side shuffle around circle switching facing direction halfway
20 seal waves i/c
20 Imperial walkers i/c
10 screaming lunges per side oyo

The Thang

Merkins 20
Bent over row 10
Sit thru 20
Rest 30 sec
Floor fly 20
Renegade row 10 (double count)
Mountain climbers 20 (double count)
Rest 30 sec
Lunge 10 (double count)
Floor tricep ext. 10
Bear crawl/crawl bear 30 sec
Rest 30 sec
Repeat 2 times

3rd F

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Captain Therkin
1:4 ratio with 5 merkins between each set
1 Big boy to 4 American hammers, 5 merkins
Finish is 10:40

10 burpees for the train

Chappie run to railroad tracks, back to the circle (water in mouth)
10 burpees for completion

Number-Rama
NAME-A-RAMA
COT

23 HIM showed today: Semi, Swartz, Quattro, Fireplex, Chattahoochee, Gator, Lunchable, Pedals, Ruxpin, Cinco, Pick, Itty Biddie, Biddie, Toy Soldier, T-rex, Waterfall, Double Ott, Doodle, Bunt, Sweet n Low, Woodstock, Yukon, Mr Mom

Merkin Madness!!!

On the 25th of Merkin Madness March 14 HIM posted for a merkin filled beatdown!

Warm-O-Rama

  • Side Straddle Hops (20 I/C)
  • Cherry Pickers (15 I/C)
  • Dancing Bears (10 I/C)
  • Windmill (15 I/C)
  • Goofball (15 I/C)

Warrior Run (10 Merkins each time the flag was passed) long route to the Middle School

The Thang

nSet #1 – PAX lined up on the sidewalk and did 10 Navy Seal Burpees then made a Jail Break to the far sidewalk. PAX performed 10 more Navy Seal Burpees and made another Jail Break to the beginning sidewalk where they finished up with 10 more Navy Seal Burpees. Then did AMRAP Flutter Kicks for the 6. Set #2 – PAX lined up on the sidewalk and did 50 LBC then Bear Crawled to the next sidewalk. PAX performed 50 more LBC and Bear Crawled back to the beginning sidewalk where they finished up with 50 more LBC. Held Low Plank for the 6. A new exercise was introduced, the Burpee-Jack. PAX then executed 10 Burupee-Jacks and did a Mosey back to the Circle for COT.

Third F

Has anyone heard of Wally Pipp? I hadn’t either until I read a book written by Cal Ripken Jr. titled “Just Show Up.” In the book Cal Ripken tells a story of whenever he would talk to his dad about maybe the need of sitting a game out, taking a day off, to rest and or recuperate his dad would tell him it was his choice but to remember Wally Pipp. Wally Pipp played first base for the New York Yankees and was a good ball player. One day Wally told his coach he needed a day off. They young player that stood in for Wally played great! The coach decided to play the hot player until he cooled down. The man that stepped on for Wally Pipp went on to play 2130 games without missing a game. That’s right, the guy off the bench was Lou Gehrig. When we decide to take a day off from anything we do such as work, F3 and our spiritual life, we must consider what could happen. Who will step up while we are out? What will we miss while we are out? What will take a foot-hold in my life? Two Thursdays ago this story was brought to mind due to some choices I made. My Thursday morning routine is to get up, run a few miles then head to the CHOP for a beatdown. Wednesday night I went for an evening run and when the alarm went off Thursday morning I decided to skip the run, go back to sleep then go to the beatdown. When the alarm went off for the beatdown, I decided to continue to rest. 20 minutes later I was out of bed and headed to the CHOP. Upon arriving I began to stretch out and then saw @fireplex getting out of his truck with a paper in his hand. I thought to myself how glad I was that I don’t screen shot the Q list because there was no way I would have shown up knowing he was on Q that morning. Turned out I got a great beatdown and an appropriate word! What I would have missed had I not just shown up!

Frozen Ultimate

Frozen Ultimate
QIC: Semi

Warm-a-Rama
Side shuffle around circle, switch directions halfway
15 seal jacks i/c
10 screaming lunges per leg oyo
15 seal waves i/c
10 mountain man pooper i/c
High knees around circle, switch to butt kickers halfway

3rd F
Play The Man • Devotional

Will Power!

Mosey to field by the church

Ultimate frisbee
3 bombjacks for team with dropped disc
Scored exercises were;
Screaming lunges
Diamond merkins
Merkins
Frog burpees
Burpees
Flutter kicks

Mosey back to the circle
25 gas pumpers i/c, slowed tempo from 15-20

Number-Rama
NAME-A-RAMA
COT

15 HIM showed today; Semi, Fireplex, Chattahoochee, Quattro, Gee-AYA, Bubba, Whirlybird, Pick, Bolt, Yukon, Wildwing, Probe, Pedals, Ruxpin, Chauffer

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“LID” UP

Date: 01/07/2023

AO: Aegis, Georgetown, DE

QIC: Fireplex

Warm up

SSH – 20 IC

Windmills – 15 IC

Bolt 45’s IC (4 Count) – 15 squats to halfway down.  15 squats halfway to full down.  15 full squats.

Cherry Pickers – 15 IC

Hydraulic Squats – 10 (6 Count)   

The Thang

Round #1 – Karaoke around the circle switching directions at halfway and complete 10 hand release merkins.  Round #2 – Nur around the circle and complete 20 LBC’’s.  Round #3 – ass kickers around the circle and complete Aiken legs – 10 squats, 10 box jumps, 10 lunges (5 each Leg), 10 Mike Tyson’s (5 each Leg).  Round #4 – high knees around the circle and complete ATM’s – 10 alternating “merkin” shoulder taps, 10 tempo merkins, and 10 fast merkins.  Round # 5 – Lieutenant Dan around the circle and complete 10 four count mountain climbers.  Round #6 – Toy Soldier march around the circle and complete a set of 11’s.  1 big boy to 1 merkin, two big boys to 2 merkins ascending to 11 of each.  Round #7 – mosey 10 laps around the circle and complete ascending Burp & Merks up to 10 merkins.  The twist is we are going to repeat each of the previous exercises before starting the next lap around the circle.

F3 Message 01/07/23

Count-O-Rama, Name-O-Rama, and the Circle of Trust.  Please keep all our HIM in your thoughts and prayers.   


GOD ALL OVER YOUR DAY – #8016

Monday, October 2, 2017
 
When I’m on the road and staying in a motel, I’m often leaving pretty early that day for the responsibilities I have. But by the time I return late that night, something amazing has happened. The bed is made and I didn’t make it! I’ve got new, clean towels! I didn’t find them. Everything’s straightened and neat. I even get these cool little soaps now that are in the bathroom! The Room Fairy has been there! Now, I know that not because I’ve seen the maid (actually I haven’t), but because I can see the results of her work all over the place.
I’m Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about “God All Over Your Day.”
He is, you know. It’s not unlike that maid scenario. You may not see the one who made the difference, but you can sure see the difference that He made, if you’re looking for it.
If you’ve ever been to one of those church meetings where they ask people to share their favorite verses, you’ve probably heard somebody mention our word for today from the Word of God. It’s a lot of people’s favorite verse. Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” Notice what’s the opposite of trusting in the Lord with all your heart: trying to figure it out for yourself, doing what you think is best – leaning on your own understanding.
Now comes a formula for finding out what God wants you to do in any given situation. Well, we need that. Verse 6 says, “In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Now, God says, “If you want to know My heart for you, acknowledge Me in every situation you’re in.” You know what acknowledge means. Have you ever been in a new place or a roomful of people and you’ve gone totally un-greeted, un-noticed? Well, you were saying to yourself, “Hey, I wish someone would acknowledge me. I wish someone would notice I’m here.” See, God knows that feeling. He shows up all through our day, and we often never notice Him. We don’t acknowledge Him.
The other day I was really blessed in a place not normally associated with blessing-the dentist’s office. I was in the waiting room and I saw an old friend with his wife-they’re both in their 90’s. He’s working very hard to care for his wife because her health is deteriorating. Because it had been raining when they came in, my friend asked the dentist if he could help him get his wife out to the car. My dentist came back in, really touched by what had happened in those two minutes-so touched that he brought it up two more times. He said, “When I went out with George and his wife, it wasn’t raining. And George said, ‘Isn’t it great that the Lord stopped the rain long enough for us to get out to the car?’ Then he just looked heavenward and said, ‘Thanks, Father.'”
Now that’s acknowledging Him. That’s noticing God’s working in the details of your day. And that’s where praise comes from, where joy comes from, where a victorious attitude comes from in the toughest of times. But you have to go into your day looking for God at work. If you don’t, you’ll miss God and you’ll miss the joy. But if you do train your heart to go on a daily God-hunt (God-sightings, you know), you’ll experience what the great preacher Charles Spurgeon talked about when he said, “He who looks for providences (or God-actions) will never lack a providence to observe.”
If you haven’t been seeing God a lot lately, it’s because you haven’t been looking. You may have been focused on your circumstances, or other people, or yourself or what’s stressing you out. You’ve missed the fingerprints of God all over your day. The little mercies, the small miracles, the interventions, the protection, the encouraging surprises, the bad things that didn’t happen. I know there’s never a day where He doesn’t show up because the Bible says His “mercies are new every morning!”
In those transformed motel rooms, I seldom see the maid, but I see the results of her work. In the little and big moments of your day, you may not see God, but you can see the results of His work on your behalf because you’re His much-loved child. You’ll see God all over your day if you’re looking for Him.

Respectfully Submitted,

Fireplex

Trees Galore!!!

22 HIM beat the fartsack and braved the crisp air this morning! Quattro, Sink-O, Whirlybird, Pick, Lunchable, Bolt, Splinter, Singlet, Wood, Biddie, Hoss, Woodstock, Bunt, Semi, TRex, Ruxpin, Chattahoochee, Chaufer, Chappie, Probe, FirePlex, and Yukon.

Warm-O-Rama

  • 25 Side Straddle Hops (in cadence)
  • 15 Windmill (in cadence)
  • 20 Mountain Climbers (in cadence)
  • 15 Cherry Pickers (in cadence)
  • 15 Dancing Bears (in cadence)
  • 15 Side Straddle Hops (in cadence)-to please a late arrival
  • Twin Patriot Run to St. Michael’s Catholic Church

The Thang (Trees Galore)

  • Set #1 – 25 Merkins then Bear Crawl to 2nd tree. 20 Merkins then Bear Crawl to 3rd tree. 15 Merkins then Bear Crawl to 4th tree. 10 Merkins then Bear Crawl to 5th tree. 5 Merkins then plank for the 6.
  • Set #2 – Toy Soldier Set (50/25/15) then Jail Break to end tree. Toy Soldier Set (40/20/12) then Jail Break to opposite end tree. Toy Soldier Set (30/10/9) then hold 6″ for 6.
  • Set #3 – 25 Squats then Walking Lunges to 2nd tree. 20 Squats then Walking Lunges to 3rd tree. 15 Squats then Walking Lunges to 4th tree. 10 Squats then Walking Lunges to 5th tree. 5 Squats then Al Gore for 6.
  • Sharing of the Third F
  • Set #4 – 10 Burpees then Nur to middle tree. 8 Burpees then Nur to end tree. 6 Burpees then Nur to middle tree. 4 Burpees then Nur to end tree. 2 Burpees then plank for 6.
  • Mosey back to Circle
  • Set #5 – 25 Flutter Kicks (in cadence). 20 Gas Pumpers (in cadence). 15 Hello Dollys (in cadence). 15 4 Count Freddies (in cadence)

Number-Rama, Name-O-Rama, COT

Third F – Character

Everyone has Character. Everyone is a Character. We can be a character and still have a good character. Character is not necessarily what we think of ourselves but what others think of us. What kind of character do we have? What are we doing to contribute positively in society, our houses, our jobs, etc? What do people think of when they hear our names or see us walk in a room? I have watched Lunchable from birth for 16 plus years and I know his good character. I grew up with Quattro, yes he is a character, but he has a great character. I don’t know everyone in this group as well as I know Quattro, but what I see of this group of men is that character runs deep in each of us! We have kids (ours and others) looking at us for an example, men in this group see what we do, folks outside this group are definitely watching us, folks in our workplaces and places of worship, family members. How are we living our lives and what do people see when they see us? Woodstock contributed: Character is what do you do when no one is watching. What kinds of websites do we visit when we are alone? Good points, Woodstock! I appreciate the help brother.

Name-O-Rama

Clear View

Warm-Up- Side straddle hops , Cherry Pickers, Moroccan Nightclubs

The Thing!

Mosey to the courthouse- Split into 2 groups. From starting point one at a time, Alligator Merkin to the staircase. Bunny Hop up each step, squats on each step coming down, then jail break back to starting point. While waiting for group member to return all other members doing 50 American Hammers, 20 Big Boys, 50 LBC’s.

Patriot Run to the School.

11’s- Start at line with 10 Merkins and 1 Burpee. Mosey to next line and do 9 Merkins and 2 Burpees. So on until reach 1 Merkin and 10 Burpees.

Patriot Run back to Courthouse

Get back into groups. Bear Crawl to steps, Merkin up each step, Run down next set and back to group. While waiting for group member to return all other members doing 50 American Hammers, 20 Big Boys, 50 LBC’s.

Mosey Back to Start Point

3rd F– Story, A young couple moved into a new neighborhood. The next morning while they were eating breakfast, the young woman saw her neighbor hanging the wash outside. “That laundry is not very clean,” she said. ” She doesn’t know how to wash correctly. Perhaps she needs better laundry soap.” Her husband looked on, but remained silent. Every time her neighbor would hang her wash to dry, the young woman would make the same comment. About a month later, the woman was surprised to see a nice clean wash on the line and said to her husband, “Look, she has learned how to wash correctly. I wonder who taught her this?” The husband said, “I got up early this morning and cleaned our windows.”

And so it is with life. What we see when watching others depends on the purity of the window through which we look.

“Why do you look at the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?” Matthew 7:3

Our perspective of other as well as the world varies according to how clean we keep our windows.

Hurricane of Pain

PAX

Doodle, Pick, Bolt, Woodstock, SinkO, @quattro, Schwartz, Peddles, Bunt, Wood, @semi, @trex, @ruxpin, @toy-soldier, @chattahoochee, Chauffer, @chappie, Probe, @fireplex, Bubba, and @yukon posted for a Hurricane of Pain on a moist Saturday morning beat down.

Warm-O Rama

  • 20 Side Straddle Hops-in cadence
  • 20 Cherry Pickers-in cadence
  • 20 Mountain Climbers-in cadence
  • 20 Windmills-in cadence
  • Mosey to Georgetown Middle School front lawn

The Thang (partner up)

  • Phase 1: Partner #1 does AMRAP Mountain Climber while partner #2 Jail Breaks to next sidewalk and completes 10 Burpees. Partner #2 then does AMRAP Mountain Climber while partner #2 Jail Breaks to sidewalk and completes 10 Burpees. Hold Plank for the 6.
  • Phase 2: Partner #1 does AMRAP LBC while partner #2 Bear Crawls to next sidewalk and completes 10 Iron Mikes. Partner #2 then does AMRAP LBC while partner #1 Bear Crawls to sidewalk and completes 10 Iron Mikes. Hold 6″ for the 6.
  • Phase 3: Partner #1 does AMRAP Jump Rope while partner #2 Duck Walks to next sidewalk and completes 20 Merkins. Partner #2 then does AMRAP Jump Rope while Partner #1 Duck Walks to sidewalk and completes 20 Merkins. Hold 6″ for the 6.
  • Phase #4: Partner #1 does AMRAP Side Straddle Hops while partner #2 Crab Crawls to last sidewalk and completes 20 Gas Pumpers. Partner #2 then does AMRAP Side Straddle Hops while partner #1 Crab Crawls to sidewalk and completes 20 Gas Pumpers. Plank for the 6.
  • For a little breather we Mosey’d around the front lawn on the sidewalk following Bunt’s lead then circled up for the Third F.
  • We then reversed the exercises to get back to the other side of the lawn.
  • For a little breather we Mosey’d around the front lawn on the sidewalk again following Fireplex’s lead.
  • As a unit NUR to third sidewalk. AMRAP Squats for 6.
  • As a unit Jail break to second sidewalk and standing long jump to first sidewalk. AMRAP Squats for 6.
  • As a unit Side Shuffle to third sidewalk. Al Gore for 6.
  • As a unit Side Shuffle to first sidewalk. Al Gore for 6.
  • Mosey back to circle (long way…of course) for Number Rama, Name-O Rama and Circle of Trust.

Third F

The Right Thing is often the Hard Thing. In F3 we often say, “Do the hard things!” More often than not the hard thing is the right thing. David had been annointed as the King of Israel as King Saul had stepped out of God’s favor. It came to pass that as King Saul was searching for David in order to kill him David was hiding in a certain cave. King Saul entered the cave to relieve himself. David’s men told him he should kill Saul and claim his kingdom. David did not follow the instruction of his men, but waited on God’s timing to inherit the throne. The easy thing to do would have been to kill Saul while he was unsuspecting and in no position to defend himself and take the kingdom. We too are faced with taking the easy road or the right (hard) road. When faced with decisions in our day-to-day we can choose the easy (wrong) thing or the right (hard) thing.

100 Posts for TRex

This is the definition of consistency, gentlemen!

Name-O-Rama

21 HIM posted on this lovely Saturday morning!

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