Finding the right track where the sprint becomes a marathon
QIC: Fanny Pack
Mileage: 2.0 +/-
Topham Hatt, Bam-Bam, Wall-E, Red Ryder, Possum, Ponch, Singlet, Two Scoop, Foghorn, Chong, Jet-Puffed, Jumpstart, Hammer, Dome, Sereno, Cliffhanger, Abacus, Chuck E, Birthday Suit, Stitches, Ipa, FNG-> Bubbles, Fanny Pack
Welcome to F3, if you didn’t mean to be at F3, oops; let’s have some fun.
Five Core Principles
Imperial Walkers IC x7
SSH IC x11
Cherry Pickers IC x13
Grady Corn IC x7
Double File Indian Run to dark place
SSH IC x17
Mosey to track
SSH IC x13
Groups of three
100ish meters between cones
North Side, Squats
South Side, Merkins
One HIM goes North and does squats, One HIM stays on South and does Merkins, Third HIM sprints North
When arrive, sprinter does squats, squatter sprints South
Repeato, AMRAP style
Mosey to flags
Group returns to pick up six
SSH IC x13
Mosey to Picnic area
Bulgarian Squats OYO x15 per leg
Lunge Walk around table
Jungle Boi Squats OYO x20
Duck Walk around table, twice
Box Jumps OYO x20
Mosey back to flags
Mountain Climbers IC x13
Low Dolly IC x19
Ballistic Imperial Walkers IC x11
*F3 Gold Rush Second Anniversary Nov 6-7, mark your calendars. Catfish from F3 Nation will be in town to smoke us; start EHing guys now. It would be great to have 60-80 guys there.
*Manly Mental Health Night, Oct 22 at LOL house
Today, is our 16 wedding Anniversary.
Brothers, many of you know this, life/marriage starts with a bit of a warm up, followed by a journey through an unknown place to the ‘right’ track. All of a sudden, the sprint changes to several sprints with work in between, a marathon, of sorts.
Then you move on to the next segment, making sure to gather up all that may have fallen behind. You find yourself doing work and going nowhere.
Then you move to the next segment of life. You find new things, different ways of doing things. You go round and round, work getting more difficult each time round.
Move on to the next segment of life, find yourself near where you started. Surrounded by friends, doing the same thing you started with, this time with a bit more aplomb.
Life is a journey. Embrace it. Do your best to finish up whatever you’re doing with some pep in your step. It may not change the outcome, but you’ll feel a bit better about the situation.