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Fun Facts for Reps on Presidents Day

ByDoug Boone Feb 23, 2020

Warmup:  Ran to the track where we started with 10 side straddle hops, followed by 10 imperial walkers, 10 low slow squats, 10 mountain climbers

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98-96 (OT)

ByClover Feb 10, 2020

Another Monday, another Base Camp.  A very detailed work-out plan with signature clover insignia via satellite imaging was scrapped due to cold

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Demonstration, please?!

ByHopper Feb 4, 2020

The Monday morning after a Super Bowl....we haven't had one of those where no one was expected to attend F3 in four years!  As a result, twelve

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Am I Done?

ByPuddin Pop Jan 21, 2020

Here is my backblast disclaimer...I care about your safety, but I'm not responsible for it. Ok, alarm sounds at 5am, get out of bed at 5:02. 

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Rock Training Day

ByJello Dec 7, 2019

Disclaimer was given. Explanation was given that this would start like a running workout with a quick jog, dynamic stretching, and then leg stre

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Caught a Striper and Tony Hawk at Base Camp

ByDoug Boone Nov 26, 2019

Warm-up: Ran to the track where we did 15 each of Side Straddle Hop, Imperial Walker, Low Slow Squat, and Mountain Climber. Followed with a on

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Chasing the Gopher

ByGeraldo Nov 8, 2019

YHC pulled into the parking lot with a few minutes to spare where I found Slim Fast and Sensei back from the Slim Fast 5k looking pretty warm

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Size matters…In the partner pull

ByScratch & Win Oct 24, 2019

14 Pax gathered to ease into their week. Nothing fancy, just a well-rounded Weinke that allows for modification or maximum exertion - dealer's c

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“Pine Nut, Peanut, Hazelnet, Cashew Nut, Macadamian Nut….”

ByHopper Oct 23, 2019

Happy National Nut Day! I honestly do not give a flying fig about National Nut Day, but it did allow me to use a funny GIF Monday evening.....i

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Wait, I have the Q?

ByHannibal Oct 7, 2019

Eleven men gathered on what has become a pretty normal, balmy July October morning in the well-lit confines known as the South Charlotte Middle

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