1 8 men were freaking cold… so we ran really hard and fast to stay warm. It worked, and no snuggling was needed (Gypsy and Madison were close).
YHC puked phlegm 15 steps before reaching John Street tryin to chase down Turkey Leg and Funky Cold, who were running hard all morning (especially on the 400m track sprints). Look for one of them to be the segment king on that route. Gypsy kept on trying to get Christmas to catch me on the AYG to Crestdale, which means he was wasting energy blabbering instead of running faster… smh. YHC wasn’t aware 10 counts mean site-Q’s do merkins, and there were a handful of 10 counts called. Trust me, YHC didn’t know about that rule. Good to see Horsee McHorse Runner Tweetsie out there pushing hard, and still smiling the whole time. Arena is a strong dude, and was bulldozing YHC on the partner pushes. Did Madison finally actually wear shorts over his tights today? YHC refused to check, but maybe his partner in wheelbarrows can verify <bad visual>.
Have a great day fellas. Thanks for the opportunity to lead.
18 men from SOB (Ballantyne & UnionCo), Area51, and Metro converged upon Cerberus, the hottest free workout south of 485 within 1 mile distance on Fridays. As Transporter mentioned, this site will take any man from any region, and actually that’s the point, to bring men of all regions together. They’ll even let anyone Q there (as evidenced by YHC), so you should sign up to do just that… as the Nantan Alf mentioned by his math equation… “18 of you here, multiplied by 5 workouts you post at a week, divided by the the number of 2.0s you have, squared by the number of years your M has actually been happy with you in F3, equals you at least Qing 1 workout a month… do it.” Anyway… we covered ~3.5 miles at a quicker pace when we were moving, and mixed in some of the Mongol’s favorite exercises. Another morning of Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith.
Great work by everyone this morning. As you heard from COT, YHC had a lot on my mind this morning so leaving off the mumblechatter today. YHC saw everyone from the top of the pack, to the 6 pushing their limits, and their partners. YHC always appreciates a solid effort when Qing and tries to reciprocate when not the Q.
There’s something special about partner work, because (in the right setting) it allows you to lean on the strength of another brother. And regardless of a man’s size, strength, and speed, on good teams you actually cannot tell who is pushing who. Is it the faster man pushing the slower man to give a little extra effort? Or is it the slower man actually the one pushing the faster man, because he is sacrificing personal accomplishment in his 3rd F, and showing the faster man there is more than a 1st F workout.
Thank you men for hearing my testimony this morning, and what’s going on in my life right now. YHC will leave you all with this… it’s a “TED” Talk that YHC gave a few weeks ago about looking at yourself, and trying to find what you were meant to do… what your personal mission is. And this concept of WHO PUSHES WHO. It’s long, 20minutes, and if you watch it, YHC hopes that you will ask yourself these questions… Who would you push? Who would push you? Who Pushes Who?
(Around the 3:30 mark is where YHC is talking about all you and F3, without citing The Nation specifically.)
“TED” Talk Video Link >>>>> Tolkien’s “TED” Talk – WHO PUSHES WHO (20min)
Thank you to the site Q’s for giving me the opportunity to lead. And grateful for you men for your support before, during, and after the workouts.
#WHOPUSHESWHO ~JRR Tolkien
To get a sense of how the race went, first you should find a quiet spot and watch the Event Video.
Says it all, right? You would think so, but our Track Commanders have provided their individual recaps below and you really need to read them all to get the full experience ‘from the ground’. Stick around to the very end, where we inserted a PARTING SHOT from our own Wexler. Not gonna spoil it for you.
Just read it
Dawn Rippy-Brunton (SILVER) –
Dawn was diagnosed in July then major surgery in August then chemo and radiation since. She rallied from not being sure she would be able to ride days before due to side effects to being there and enjoying her experience!
I think Dawn summed up her day in her comment in the video:
“Cancer may be bigger than me,
But my God is bigger than cancer.”
What I also remember about the day was when Dawn was talking about her dream of retiring in Hawaii and opening a restaurant. Big Hopes & Big Dreams, for someone who was modest about her fight. Just her being there yesterday was a big challenge which was not going to stop her from showing her thanks to Molly for the kindness she had for Dawn. It was a great moment to see her on stage with Molly telling her story at the end!
Honored to serve,
Carrier and Orlando
Catherine Gomes (RED) –
I spoke with Catherine over the phone the day before the race and from that conversation I knew it would be a special day for her. Her doctors finally removed all the cancer recently, but she still has to continue with the chemotherapy. Due to all the treatments, she hadn’t been out the house in a year.
I picked her up from her car in the chariot before the race and from that moment she was ready to GO. During the run she gave us so much strength to push on saying, ”Don’t worry about me, I’m not fragile. Let’s GO!” All that joy and strength from her, I have no words for it.
Shake N Bake
Lynn Marie Longo (BLACK) –
Lynn Marie Longo is battling Stage 4 breast cancer. She is an amazing woman who has been through a lot these past couple of years along with her husband, Dean. Through all of the ups and downs, she has steadfastly held onto her faith in Jesus Christ. It’s awesome to see how God uses Lynn Marie and Dean to help others grow in their faith.
Cindy Adkins (ORANGE) –
Cindy Adkins is an amazingly strong woman. She battled cancer 14 years ago, but it has now returned, and she is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Cindy is not deterred though, and is facing this new challenge with a determination and spirit that greatly inspired McBeast and myself. She had a large contingent of family and friends there for support, and we felt the love these folks had for Cindy, and she for them.
Cindy and her friends are runners, and we all shared many racing stories as we made our way along the jam-packed route. Before we knew it, we had completed the 5K loop and had arrived at the finish line. The most memorable moment of the morning came then when Cindy got out of the chair and walked hand-in-hand with her friends across the finish line to the loud cheers of the crowd. The phrase “Who Pushes Who” printed on our pink SpeedForNeed T-shirts could not be more appropriate. McBeast and I will forever remember the small part we played in enabling Cindy to participate in this marvelous event.
Jacqueline Leaf (YELLOW) –
YHC had Team Jackie in “The Smoker” YELLOW chair. Supported by her daughter, brother and sister, this was Jackie’s 1st 5K she has ever been able to participate in. Eight months cancer free, the spirit of Jackie was contagious as she encouraged her family and me to keep moving forward.
Diane Scharin (GREEN) –
Doc McStuffins & I were honored to assist Diane Scharin in this year’s Race for the Cure. Diane was recently diagnosed with cancer and is currently undergoing treatment. Joining her this morning were her daughter and her daughter’s friend. They provided a lot of encouragement to her before we got started and during the event. They joked several times with Doc & I that we should take off & go as fast as we can. That she would be fine & absolutely love it. With the crowds being heavy at the start this wasn’t possible, but later in the event we did pick up the pace a bit. Diane was able to meet several other ladies over the course of the morning who shared their experiences and gave her a lot of encouragement. One of the riders from last year emphatically told her “I rode in the chair last year and I’m walking the whole thing this year – you & me will walk it together next year!” Incredibly inspirational.
As we approached the finish line, Diane walked the last 50 yards or so with other track commanders & her daughter. She had a big smile on her face as the crowds yelled their support. After crossing the finish line, Diane participated in the Survivors Parade and watched the events conclude from the main stage. Again, Doc & I were honored to be a part of the day and have the opportunity to meet Diane and help her enjoy the event.
Beth Lawing (BLUE) –
Beth was recently diagnosed with breast cancer just before school started this year. In fact, Saturday marked the completion of her first week of radiation treatments, so she’s still in the early stages of her battle. Beth is strong and very optimistic. She could’ve most likely pushed me over the entire 5k at this point, but we convinced her to enjoy the ride and scenery. The enthusiasm, positive energy, and support throughout the race was very uplifting and impressed all of us in Beth’s corner. We made some friends along the way and shared our stories with them and they shared theirs with us.
It was a blessing and honor to be part of something so meaningful to people who need it most. It was like a shot of adrenaline and you could see it in both Beth’s and her husband’s faces and demeanor as the miles added up.
Jenny Klamforth (PINK) –
Jenny Klamforth has Stage 4 Breast Cancer. She was first diagnosed in 2014, fought like crazy, and was declared Cancer free by the end of 2017. During an unrelated back surgery, they found the Cancer had returned with a vengeance spreading to her skull, spine, and breaking her pelvis bone leading them to put a metal rod in her femur to secure it.
Jenny is the breadwinner of the family and has had to continue to work through all her treatment to support them. While we were in the race, Jenny kept asking us to stop to wait for her friends and family. Even with her difficulties, Jenny was always the mom being more worried about her family than herself.
PARTING SHOT FROM WEXLER –
I just wanted to thank you all for letting me be a part of this. Words can never truly justify what it meant to me or just how much I was affected by it. When Exit 54 first approached me about the race in February and pushing my mom, she was battling her own Stage 4 Breast Cancer. I showed her the video from last year and she was so excited and couldn’t wait to get in a Chariot. She couldn’t believe she could have that opportunity after not being able to walk the previous seven months and was just so grateful. She kept asking me to thank everyone involved and make sure they know what it means to her.
My mom had been diagnosed in 2014 with Appendicular, Colon, and a small dot of Stage 1 Breast Cancer. She fought like hell and beat it and was declared Cancer free in Feb of 2017. Her leg started hurting her in August of 2017 and an MRI showed her Cancer had returned to her bones as Stage 4 and broke her Femur Bone. She had a metal rod inserted in her leg to stabilize it and started back up on Chemo. Her new scans showed that her cancer spread to her skull and her spine. The first chemo drug she was on didn’t touch the Cancer but made her very sick. She was hospitalized in December 2017 with double pneumonia and blood clots. She fought and beat that too.
The new Chemo she was placed on was great and she started returning to her old self. Her hair started growing back and she was infused with a new sense of hope. In March of 2018, her leg pain became unbearable and a new scan showed the metal rod in her leg had broken. My mom had additional surgery to replace that rod and she was put in a special Cancer rehab that she worked her butt off in. After 3 weeks, she was very excited to get out and be back home. Unfortunately, she had contracted a rare form of pneumonia in the rehab center. We raced her to the hospital the night before Easter and within 36 hours she was gone. As shocking as it was, I take great pride in the fact that Cancer wasn’t what ultimately beat her.
When I first met Jenny, she spread her arms out wide and said ‘I’m a hugger’ and wrapped me in a big hug. My mom always met people by declaring she was a ‘hugger’ and hugged everyone she met including me every time she said hi or bye to me. Jenny and my mom’s diagnosis and stories were almost identical. This week Jenny’s son had to go to the school counselor because he was so upset Jenny would get hurt during the race. Jenny just kept telling me how she knew she would be fine and that she was more worried about him. I felt that was exactly how my mom would feel and probably feels about me right now.
Before the race, I had written my mom’s name in one of those pink squares that say ‘I am Celebrating Pat Glennon’ today. I had it pinned on my back but I never really thought it would stay on for the race but I figured I could at least start with it. It stayed on all day and right at the end of the race I heard a voice behind me say ‘Pat Glennon? I know Pat Glennon, how do you?” I told the woman I was her son and asked how she knew her. Apparently she was my mom’s grief counselor after my dad passed and they had stayed in touch and became good friends. She told me how much she loved my mom and how all my mom talked about were her kids, how proud she was of them, and how much she loved them. She then went on to say ‘to be fair though, her favorite topic was her grandchildren and how much joy they brought to her life.’
I was in a state of shock but the woman hugged me, gave me the biggest smile and continued on. Jenny turned to me and said ‘you do know that that was your mom saying hi, letting you know she is with us today and that she is ok, right?’ I just smiled as I knew she was right and I wasn’t really able to say or do anything else in that moment.
After the race, I was frustrated that I had not asked the woman’s name or remembered it if she had told me. I wanted to reach out to her and thank her and let her know how much it meant to me that we randomly ran into each other like that. I just watched your video Tolkien and there, smiling in it and being interviewed, was the woman, Amy Thomas. I pointed it out to my wife who said, Amy Thomas? I actually have the phone number for a Grief Counselor named Amy Thomas. Apparently our church had recommended Amy to my wife if I any of us ever wanted to speak to a grief counselor.
My family calls ‘coincidences’ like that God Winks. Just small (or in this case pretty big) things that let you know there is a higher power out there and those who have passed on are doing great and are still with us.
My apologies for oversharing but I am still processing everything from yesterday as it was such a powerful and moving experience for me. I will also be giving Amy a call tomorrow to thank her. Thank you all for letting me be a part of it! And per my Mom’s instructions back in Feb, thank you for letting her be a part of it as well! It truly meant a lot to her!
See you in the Gloom,
14 men made it to the lot at 0515 for the toughest workout of the week in SOB-land, The Brave. Mario and Doc McStruffins missed the launch and either went back to bed or to Centurion, and Rock Thrill and Turkey Leg smart/no-power sacked after inquiring the night before. YHC actually led a workout without coupons, AMRAP, or a parking deck… imagine that! Well, it was mostly a run today… 6.1 miles +/- which YHC needed with NYC26.2 approaching in 24 days. Good group today, and everyone had their game face on, and gave it their all from the get-go. #Tclaps
A lot of running today, and the required 4 miles was covered in the first 40 minutes. YHC was out of breath most of the morning, evidenced by dry-heaving three times on 4 segments, and didn’t get a chance to mumblechatter much.
Love it or hate it, it was truly a pleasure to lead this morning. It’s been a while since YHC has been fit to Q, and the support and effort today was much appreciated, and YHC tried to reciprocate by my effort this morning. #WHOPUSHESWHO
20 bad hombres MAde Fast Twitch Great Again doing a conservative workout celebrating ‘Merican leadership in Providence Plantation. 9 segments were created (and if they were the same, they were renamed…. aking to NAFTA > USMexCanada Accord). Awards were given to the non-deserving segment losers in COT, in line with the Democratic principles of redistribution of weath. Everybody wins today. Check Strava to see how well you did… or didn’t, do. No Strava? Your effort doesn’t count. Even Paper Jam is on Strava. Get with it.
Thanks everyone for being a good sport about this morning’s workout. YHC was making no statement of political lean this morning, just like CNN or FOX news… totally impartial. If you are looking for another dumpsterfire of a qorkout, somehow YHC has the Q at The Brave Friday.
Honored to lead and thanks for the invite. And means a lot to be posting again in the gloom with you guys.
*If you missed SPEED FOR NEED at the Komen Race this weekend, and want to be inspired, please watch what is probably the best video yet >>> SFN at Komen Race Event Video
9 F3 brothers showed up at DaVinci, ran 4+ miles, and spent some time hearing how each other was serving in the community… I hope you read that short section below.
YHC didn’t have a weinke prepared for the workout… mostly because it wasn’t until Friday afternoon that YHC was reminded (by Doc McStuffins) that YHC was on Q. It was a tough week… as two SFN Track Commanders got their wings well before their time, Julie (40yrs old: breast > brain Cancer) and Makayla (13yrs old: sarcoma cancer). Doc and YHC were at the funeral for Julie, and it was tough to say the least. Julie leaves behind three young sons without a mother, and another father and mother lost a daughter, who was only a year older than YHC 2.0, to a senseless disease called cancer. Alf’s backblast (Read > http://f3southcharlotte.com/2018/09/21/22/ ) was yet another example that life is precious, and that we call can and should do something to make a difference. So YHC decided that this morning, the 1st F would clearly play second fiddle to other Fs. Though we got a good sweat in.
We ran around surface lots, did some exercises (merkins, dragon flags, reverse burpees, squats, etc) and spent a lot of time with plank holds, while PAX spoke about what they are doing in leadership service to the community. What do you know? That’s actually in the mission statement of F3… to plant, grow, and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
And it turns out, that EVERY PAX today is involved in some level of service. YHC encourages you to ask these men how to get involved, and to ask yourself if asked at any point to speak about your community leadership, what would you say, or what would you like to say you are doing in the community?
YHC can list many many others, not here today and the positive impacts they are having on the community… encouraging you to be on that list. You won’t regret it.
(missing 1 PAX… cobains. Update YHC and will update backblast)
20 Pax showed up at Stonehenge, but by the mileage total of ~4.2mi, thought they might have been at The Brave. Well, guess what… now all of you know you can post at The Brave, since you hit the mileage minimum for that workout. Try it out. You too Loogie, hey if Paper Jam can be a runner, you can be a decent footballer one-day… maybe.
Plan was to run a Metro-style workout, with a bunch of running today… a lot of it, in the 8-story deck on Community House, affectionately named ‘Room 101’ by Tuck. But, a Toy Cop kicked us out, just before we ascended all the ramps… backwards. Paul Blart was actually cool about it, and said that we could run around the Premier campus, just stay out of the decks. Can’t blame the guy for doing his job. We respected his wishes and stayed out of the other Premier Decks for the morning. Well, not really by choice… the PAX #refusenik on YHC attempt to just go up another deck. Settled for Ballantyne Village Deck instead. Hey, BRR is next weekend #goodluck, and YHC has NYC marathon in 10 weeks… which means running is necessary. It’s also necessary to run off a bunch of pasta on vacation in NJ, right Gramatica?
Since YHC can’t do a ton of body-weight exercises to irritiate joints, or rather, YHC bodyweight is still elevated so exercises are much harder… we pulled out the green resistance bands as the coupon for this morning. If used properly, it gives you a really hard workout. Well, unless you get the BLACK band, which Doc was given…. then it’s a soulcrusher. Great work McStuffins.
It was good to see BillyGoat and Cheddar out there pushing, after being in 10th gear on their 3rd F late the night before at The Sandbox Prom serving some kids who have been dealt a tough hand in the game of life. It was unequally nice to see Nard Dog out there (and the prerun no less), after being 4+ beers deep on Slack the night before. #HIM
Anyway, hope you all have a great holiday weekend. It has been most of 2018 that YHC has been out of workouts, and at my old site-Q stomping grounds of Stonehenge, but great to see some new faces, some old faces, the same ugly faces, and … you get the point. Pleasure to lead, and thanks for the invite WT &ND. Encouraging you all to sign up for some service opportunity, whether it be Speed For Need Race, Sandbox, or something else of service to someone else. No need to post details below, because if you haven’t heard about any of these, then 1) you’re ignoring them 2) your memory is horrific or 3) you don’t care… Hopefully #3 isn’t the case.
And that’s a wrap! Back to spending the remaining 2 days of vacation before YHC goes back to work. BLAH!
WHO PUSHES WHO!
Actual Slack conversation, secretly recorded by Omarosa, and documented in her new book “Unhinged”. Buy it now, before it goes on sale. Be one of the first and only to pay regular price.
Poptart: “You’re good to Q the Matrix Monday? You are on the schedule.”
Tolkien: “Litto Engrish. Me no werkout toomach now big boi.”
Poptart: “Be there, and make sure you signup for paintball…. we have 3
0 guys signed up so far, spots are limited.”
The rest is history. Hey, when you havent Q’d a workout for exactly 4 months #TRUTH, the backblasts are as terrible as the lead. Will improve next time. 12 men showed up to the Matrix and got something a little different, in the form of covering new ground South of the AO. With BRR approaching quickly, and the fact that YHC “muscles” haven’t been used for months, the goal was to focus a little more on the running… but of course, anyone doing the BRR would have just gone to Horsey McHorse, but whatever. Overall 3 miles were covered, intercostal muscles were stretched (thanks to the therapeutic stretchy green bands YHC brought) and everyone got a little bit of hillwork in on a new segment, which shall be called “Banzai Burnout on Strava” forevermore, a .18mile 7% grade hill in the lush darkness of Chestnut Hill Estates. Lots of records set, well, because it’s a new segment mostly (Rachel wasn’t there). King Of The Hill went to the determined Ocho Cinco, YHC took 1st place in the Mongol Category, and age-adjusted McGee got last… dead last #WAMRAP . We went up the hill a couple of times, and then ended with a brutal backwards run up, before heading back to the AO. Luckily noone got schmacked and shalacked by a Mack Truck on the death stretch of running to the hill. But, hey a disclaimer was given so #clearconscienceifdeathoccurred .
Everyone put in a solid effort this morning, and thanks Smoky for the takeout in COT. For some fun Monday inspiration for the naming of the hill segment, watch this from F3-Dads Camp. Honored to be given the reigns to lead this morning fellas. Have a great week.
Thanks again to everyone for your thoughts, prayers, checkups, smack talk, and support for much of this year while I’ve been dealing with auto-immune issues. Please let me know if I can pay it back, and will certainly be looking to pay it forward. As mentioned in COT, challenging you all to reach out to someone injured or just needs some encouragement. Little things like a few words, or a text message, go a long way.
Also challenging you all to commit the mission of F3 to memory, particularly if you are a regular… we workout so our bodies are prepared in situations where we are called upon to act and lead. Looking like Kid Rock is nice, but that’s not the ultimate purpose. He’d even tell you that.
The mission of F3 is to plant, grow, and serve, small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
WHO PUSHES WHO!
Final Details (Updated 5/25/18)
Here’s the skinny for Memorial day… will keep it short, so you actually read it…. Original preblast on bottom of message. Looking forward to it men! We have almost 80 PAX signed up and likely many more will be in attendance post convergence on Monday. This should be an awesome event and our 8 veterans, all of whom have served our country well in WW2 or Korean War, are pumped to participate and spend the morning with you all!
0630 - 0715 Convergence @ Symphony Park Shell - Checkpoint Q 0730 - ? Patriot 5K (.5mi from convergence) - F32018 Disc Code 0815 "Extra(1)Mile" Run - FREE (run w/ shovel flags) - Veterans arrive at race venue at ~0630 (we will be there at 0545). If you are not doing convergence, come welcome them and thank them for their service. - If you don't want to run the 5K, the Extra Mile 1mile run is FREE and its a moderate pace run for 1 mile. - If you have been assigned to Drive one of the racing chairs, you should have already gotten a separate email from Tolkien... mandatory training at 0600. Read it. Didn't? email: email@example.com - Bring shovel flags... we will run with them for the Extra Mile for sure, and PAX choice to run with it during the 5K. - You can sign up on race day for the race, but it will be the most expensive 5K ever. No discount code will apply. Your choice. #FREE2spendmore$ Other stuff... - Send best pictures/video post race to firstname.lastname@example.org - If you would like to be a Driver in a future race, lots of opportunities to help Q, Drive, or volunteer. Especially for our biggest race of the year, the American 4 Miler on 4th of July, the SFN 1YR Anniversary Race. #BETHERE - Limited SFN swag sold at the race ($6 SFN Ruck Patches, $25 F3/SFN New Balance shirts or NEW SFN Shirts (UnderArmor). Buy it at the tent and bring cash or be prepared to PayPal.
Original Preblast Below:
F3 Metro, F3 Area 51, and surrounding F3 Nation Regions !!! Coordinate your clowncars, bring your shovel flags, and lace up your shoes to remember our military veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
Save the (modified) murph for another day! This year F3 Nation has the special honor of escorting 8 WW2, Korean War, and other military veterans in the Patriot Family Festival 5K through SPEED FOR NEED, and they could not be more excited! Don’t believe me? Well watch some of them in the Charlotte Marathon Relay and see what fun they had being honored. Veterans Complete CLT26.2 Event Video
Here’s the deal… 0630-0715 Convergence followed by 0730 Patriot 5K followed by an additional “Extra Mile” for our military heroes. Choose your own adventure for the race: Bring your family and run with them, run with one of the 8 racing chairs (many pace groups: fast, faster, fastest), or run your own race. But whatever you do make sure to cheer these guys on, and all the other service veterans present, and thank them for their service, as they remember their fallen brothers and sisters with us. The goal is to have all surrounding Charlotte regions represented, and just a great morning of Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith. Here is the Event Video from last year… which was a great event: 2017 Convergenge and Patriot 5K
RACE EVENT: F3 Nation Convergence & Patriot Festival Go the Extra Mile 5K
WHO: F3 Metro, F3 Area51 & surrounding F3 Nation Regions (driving distance from Southpark)
WHAT: F3 Nation Convergence, followed by Patriot Festival 5K, followed by Extra Mile for heroes
WHEN: Monday, May 28th 2018 / 0630-0715 Convergence / 0730 Patriot 5K
WHERE: next to South Park Mall / 2101 Rexford Road, Charlotte NC 28211 (parking lot at The Esplanade Building)
WHY: Memorial Day is a day where we remember our armed service veterans who died for our freedom. And celebrate those who have served our great country.
REGISTRATION WEBSITE: CLICK THIS TO REGISTER
TEAM: F3 / SPEED FOR NEED (Disc Code: F32018) . Price is $30 before code and goes up on 4/30
Questions? Message me @ JRRTOLKIENF3
See You all out there Memorial Day!
16 bros chose Waverly for the three headed panda workout called Cerberus. We focused on grip strength and abs, using some less commonly used F3 exercises, and threw in some sprints just to make McGee feel good about himself. Congrats on smoking the 40+ year olds young fella. 3 miles were covered.
We did stuff…. whoever attended knows, and the rest… well, show to know! Here’s some of what we did:
After attending the launch, YHC was excited about the new Waverly AO and was excited to Q Cerberus for the first time. The opportunity arose when Argonaut asked for Q’s a few weeks back. Too bad Menchi’s isn’t open that early for some salted caramel soft-serve and infinite mixins!
Couple of musings, before work duty calls…
– Represent F3 Nation in your community by simply registering for 1 SPEED FOR NEED race this year. Pick whatever race you want of the near 50 events we’ll be supporting, run the race however you desire (alongside racing chairs, pushing a chair, solo for a PR, or with your kids). Be an example of male leadership in the community. Check out our website at www.speedforneed.org to see the event schedule. If you’re unfamiliar with SFN, check out a video, or two, or three… LOOK, here’s the link to one: https://youtu.be/5yZ0OCE0ncA
Have a Great weekend men.
SYITG ~ JRR Tolkien