Woke up this morning threw on my shirt (or half a shirt) grab my gear and headed out to commitment this morning. I was not planning to have the numbers of PAX that I did this morning however I’m not complaining, I set up my court and stations then headed over to the parking lot to meet the PAX who were beginning to question the Frisbee in my hands. circled up and explained my DCC’s to them then 6:30 lets mosey.
The workout turned out to be very much confusing like much of my Q’s. Turned out better than expected though and I believe most of the PAX enjoyed the different style of workout. I should have Hired a referee in order to settle disputes on the field and call out fouls but I was on a budget.
March 23 Dash for Down Syndrome Speed for Need race see Rubbermaid for details
Thank you to Shop Dog for Taking us out.
8 Men showed up for an hour long run
Run a simple 1.25 mile loop that had some good hills.
I kept a nice 8:53 pace with Legal zoom for 6.61 miles. I also got a chance to talk with Legal zoom.
Transporter shows up late and still gets more miles than me!!!
Stump Hugger had to tap out early but thanks for letting us know you left.
Speed for Need: Dash for Down in Blakeney March 23rd
Thanks to Transporter for taking us out.
14 Pax Joined Me This morning for a real wet workout today. Makin sure to double wrap my winkie and and have my DiCC’S out of the Queso and ready for y’all this mornin. DiCC’S were given we had a few CPR trained (sadly no Bottle cap with his cherry flavored chap stick), 2 cellphones, disclaimer regarding the weather and driver visibility, and at least 1 headlamp or should I say flood light from dead wood.
Suicides down the street using islands
End at the end of street then turn around and head back to COT where we did some plank work.
Thank You to all of you guys that posted this mornin you all pushed me and helped me get through it. A few audibles based on the weather. About half the Pax this mornin left the COT left the regular parkin lot and decided to park next to the covered area instead.( It left them with the walk of shame after COT.) Tried my best to always keep the 6 right there with us.
10 Pax joined me today in the light drizzle of rain for a good ole’ workout today
Everyone gathers up for DiCC’S disclamer 1 cellphone 1 CPR certified a few with reflective gear and a few headlamps as well as the disclaimer to watch for traffic including buses, student drivers and teachers going to work. If I missed somthing don’t worry about my DiCC’S. 30 Seconds till art this time Centerfold came running in after he could not find DW and his crew. set my music up 3.2.1. Let’s Mosey we moseyed a lap around middle school parking lot up to student drop off in front of middle school where we gathered for our warmup.
Mosey to bus drop off (stairs)
Partner up and explain workout (at this time who else showed up but our good ole’ friend Jingles)
First parner runs to the bottom of the stairs while the second parner begins the workouts
When the first partner gets back they flip and repeat till finished.
The PAX were enjoying the Mike Tyson’s so much I was considering adding an extra 100.
When some PAX finished their 300 squats we began to marry till the last PAX finished the flipped that plan and helped the final team finish.
After we finished up we circled/lined for this next exercise 1 pax would pick a workout (most of the time it was their least favorite workout) that all the other PAX would have to do while the leading one ran down the stairs and back to the group and repeat till all the PAX go.
Next Mosey around the entire high school and regroup back at the stairs to collect any coats that had been left. After that line up and indian run from stairs past Transporters shead and back to middle school parking lot 45 seconds till 6:15 decided to plank it up until… time.
Thank You to all the pax who showed up this morning and supporting me. There seemed to be a few audibles but I’d say pretty good considering almost zero planning and no winkie.
15 Men came out for my Q. When checking who was on Q yesterday I was surprised to find out it was actually me. Figured I may want to plan something. I did not prepare a Winkie but had a plan none the less. Although Posse may disagree. So lets roll.
Quick DCCS check
D: Disclaimer – Stay Safe C: Cell Phone Doughboy C: CPR S: Safty we are in a parking lot watch for cars!
Mosey again – This time out in front of chick-fil and then back to Hickory Tavern. A baseball bat was laying on the sidewalk not sure why looks like it may have been being used for more than baseballs.
Thanks to BlueScreen for Taking us out in Prayer.
Been thinking about this backblast the whole day, after all it is my ‘first time’, my “VQ”. I need a catchy title.. But, as those of you who know me best, I’m the last to use vulgar references such as loosing one’s “V” card, the “popping” of prunus avium and other cheep, dirty and cliche references to an intimate act. Such references are best left for cheesy frat movies and the dialogue of Michael J. Scott. I on the other hand will take the high road. I will only say this: I lasted a full 60 minutes and never had to say I’m sorry.
Usual disclaimer given however YHC provided some further clarification “I’m from Jersey and if you sue me, I know a few guys, it wouldn’t be in your best interests”.
What the.., did he just call a bear crawl less than 3 minutes in? Yes he (YHC) did.
Moleskin: According to Rubbermaid’s wizardly, voodoo injected rectangular cube, we covered 3 miles. We also did 1,000 reps: 100 SSH’s, 100 Merkins, 100 Bobby Hurleys, 100 squats, 100 high knee jumps, 100 mountain climbers, 100 lunges, 100 dips, 100 dry docks and 100 LBC’s.
Rubbermaid, Tupperware, Jingles and Centerfold lead the pack. During the first 100 yd sprint, YHC proved that even donkeys can leave others in the dust. On the second 100 yd dash, Centerfold left YHC in the dust and being the gentleman that he is, said it was due to running ‘downhill’. Of course it was, it had nothing to do with YHC’s lack of stamina.
Woke up real early this am in preparation for this Q trying to make sure everything worked out fine. Got there and began to gather my gear to bring to the stations, when Fuse rolled up from his long journey from The B&C to help provide gear and set up. We had parked right next to the stations in order to set up with the intent to move them to the regular parking area when we finished however some pax caught us a little early and before I knew everyone had.
11 Pax showed up today to truly become MEN
Once the minutes began to tick by I had about 10 minutes left and decided to do one more rotation then just one more then everyone circle up and roll the Q-Ball a couple times and Time
Good job to every one today everyone did a great job and Welcome Double Doink “aka Double D”
A few audibles and a little confusion all in all I think it turned out to be pretty good.
Bible Study at five stones start back up next Wednesday at 6:30
The Weight loss competition has begun and good luck to everyone!
Speed for Need is off and running in WUC Rubbermaid, Tupperware, and Tweetsie . Now we are called to step up and push Colin “The Game” Bender at the Let Them Soar https://letthemsoar5k.racesonline.com/registration/2018/credit/view/default , launching from Christ Covenant Church
800 Fullwood Lane
JOIN US FOR THE 2ND ANNUAL
LET THEM SOAR 5K!
BENEFITING THE EXCEPTIONAL FOUNDATION OF CHARLOTTE
The purpose of the Let Them Soar 5K is to raise the funds necessary to operate the Recreational Day, School Day Out, and Summer Programs that The Exceptional Foundation of Charlotte offers to individuals with disabilities in our community. To date, The Exceptional Foundation of Charlotte has served over 50 individuals. Our participants come from the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and surrounding counties. 100% of the funds raised from the 5K will be used for these stated purposes.
For more information about TEF Charlotte, visit www.tefcharlotte.org.
The MISSION of Speed for Need is to raise awareness and foster inclusion of those with a special need through participation in fitness events supported by the men of F3 Nation.
Track Commanders lead the way in every Speed for Need event. The synergy created between the Track Commanders, drivers, runners, and spectators helps:
The Track Commanders motivate us and others to step up, engage, and be servant leaders. So the question stands…
Who Pushes Who?
OTHER DETAILS: sign up under team name Speed for Need they can use the code TEFSOAR which gives a $10 discount.
If you have any questions, please reach out directly to myself via cell 704-572-7999. IT’S TIME TO RACE!
22 wise guys showed up to force a blind man to lead them through downtown in the dark.
Great workout even though i was forced to do my VQ I am glad to have it out of the way. As expected my glasses did fog up but yet ya’ll followed me into the darkness!!! Very upset to hear Big Ten is moving to Tampa he will be missed.
Name the FNG
So Eric Phillips did not join the pax when he was at Brier crest but after he moved on up to Lawson he has now come out for F3 in honor of moving on up. He is now Weezy
7am sunday ACT’s 5 and 6
a make a wish on Sunday Bottle cap is going to put. Although it is for a girl with terminal cancer it is an amazing event that is being organized. Our Family plans to take part.