9 HIMs @trevkeva @jessepoarch @jeremy.florida @hawker.alex @brian @anttrain55 @dcs1009 @tim.purvis1 @taylorkedwards gathered to celebrate YHQ @bencpt’s Birthday
after Q Disclaimer covered 5 Core Principles of F3
4-19-82 current age 41 or 42 depending on rounding policy
Purpose of F3*Five Core Principles of F3*
-Free of Charge-Open to all men
-Held outdoors rain/shine/heat/cold
-Peer led in rotation
-Ends in a Circle of Trust
Jog around parking area
Face inwardFace outwardPoliticiansToy SoldiersFree Loosening steps as desired
*Warmp*19(20) Side Straddle Hops
10 Good mornings
19 LBAC arms forward
19 LBAC arms backward
Loui Armstrong both sides
*The Thang*We opened with what was, regrettably, the #1 song in my year of my birth to get it out of the way
1982 pop Chart #1. Let’s Get Physical – Olivia Newton John
Mosey to first location W. Northfield in front of Vanderbilt Childrens Clinic
Knees to chest jump every time physical is said
Fortunately the Number 2 Song was much better
1982 pop Chart #2. Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
4 one Arm Mericans
19 Lunges easy way
82 Bonnie Blair’s
Shadow box at the end to next loc
East Side Parking Lot of New Vision
After a 19 count by Mayday we moseyd over to the ball fields.
3/4 of the way we switched to slow roll policians aka Homer Simpsons aka bush backers(Austrailian meaning undetermined) to allow for 6 to catch up.
At the baseball diamand we prepared for three laps around the diamond in staggered groups
We looked to the ’82 country charts for further inspiration and selected a running melody followed by some Mtn. music in honor of YHC Cumberland Plateau roots
1982 Country #73. Born to run. Country #29. Mountain Music – Alabama
10 burpees sprint to 1st
10 iron Mike’s sprint to 2nd
10Apollo Ono sprint to 3rd
10 should tap Mercans
1 broad jump burpee slap home plate
2 laps of 41 Excercises= 82 exercises
After the 2nd lap we held an outhouse sitter pose similar to Al Gores who incidentally prefers that all,aside from himself, would use an outhouse.
We then did Hillbillies around the baseball diamond and @trevkeva gave us a 41 count
Following Our circuits around the diamond it was time to embark upon an epic journey striding to the melody of
1982 pop Chart #12. Chariots of Fire – Vangelis
We took a turn down a deadend road and paused at the Vacant Cul de Sac to wait on the six,
Yoseph gave us another 19 count after all our 6s arrived
Prior to embarking across an uncut field to reach our destination, we reflecte on our Ms back home
perpaps resting or perhaps already rising to prepare for the day as we continued our journey to the tune of.
1982 Country Chart #1. and pop chart #22. Always on my Mind – Willie Nelson
We stopped short of our destination to wait on the six and held M slow dance huggers similar to Al Gore’s (although our M’s certainly are not!)
When the song ended we began doing side straddle hops as we waited on our party of Six’ to arrive to the beat of
1982 pop Chart #8. Hurt so good Abs
Once all Pax were in we held a low plank until our time expired and it hurt so good.
Coupons continued to rest where they were initially laid, silently awaiting their maters’ return.
We didn’t have time for it but I’d like to highlight the highly underrated in its year:
1982 pop Chart#73. Don’t stop believing – Journey
*Annoucements*2.0s workout this Sunday at Old Fort Park open to all sons and daughters
@bencpt received a birthday diagnosis and is to discuss with PCP later in the day.
@Darkrost praise and continued prayers for 1 month old 2.0
@Darkroast Prayers for brother in law’s upcomming marriage
@tim.purvis1 praise for brother being accepted to job we prayed for Tuesday