Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Shark Week Rerun


Shark Week

20 Swimmers and a one Shark posted this am for Shark Week F3RVA style.

THE Thang

Mosey to Field in front of Church in Windsor Farms


10X Helicopters
15X Don Quixote

Mosey to the Pool

Triple Check
Dips, Merkins, Lateral Lap across the Pool

100X Wet World War II situps, Feet on the edge of the Pool.

Sharks and Minnows

TYA & SAAB start as Sharks

Marco Polo

Mosey back to Virtual Shovel Flag

YHC took us out

Wet Moleskin

YHC is happy be back in the Q rotation after eight Months ( non-Shark related injury recovery), Special thanks to Lockjaw for reminding YHC, and also for Actual posting while not being the Q.( which happens less than 38% of the time, Yes, Lockjaw’s normally Q’s 62% of the workouts he attends, go ahead TYA you can verify it on Big Data)

As BT said he was almost as soaked today as he was on the Hill run Last night, The pool was definitely cooler than the Hillcrest loops.

Thanks to TYA and SAAB for their Shark skills. MPD wanted to know why the Games were so short, and to quote her “You guys bring a lot of life to the pool.” YHC’s neighbor said the exact same thing- using slightly different language.

Sugar Sock mentioned that last year’s Shark Week was his Third F3 Workout, not exactly a normal workout.

With Swirly making sure MPD safely got out of the Pool without incident; all was well when YHC arrived back home.


Humpday Happy Hour next Wednesday, Kubota has details, Run Hills then Happy Hour

Puppy Pile — Aug 21 — MARV has the Q

Bleeder Out


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  1. Great times Bleeder. Swirly sounded like he was drowning during the WWIIs. You may want to check lungs for fluid this morning.

    Did you happen to find an extra spoon this year?

  2. Swirly (F3 Corporate) on

    Nice one Bleeder!
    I still have not figured out how to do the WWII’s on the side of the pool without feeling like I’m gonna drown. Thankfully BT was right beside in case I started to sink . Next year I’ll bring the snorkel and mask 🙂

    See y’all in the gloom..

  3. #Big Data says it was the 4th post, was close. Either way, very early and was among a ton of evidence that this group is not like other workout groups.
    Who’s pool is this? Where the heck are we? who are these people? Sure nice of this guy to let us swim in his pool… all ran through my head, along with a bunch of water during those WW2s. Thanks for this one, both years, Bleeder.

  4. Thanks, Bleeder! It was not my 4th outing, but still early enough in my F3 tenure that I had no idea this was going to happen this morning. The early morning swim was a treat and yes we normally go home just as wet, but not as clean and refreshed! Sorry, for the grass in the pool…we’ll have to hose off on the next one.

  5. Thank you Bleeder for yet another Epic experience. It was proven today that I am even less coordinated in water than I am on land.

    Still have visions of TYA demonstrating how he executed the Wet WWIIs without drowning. Tracy Blecha could not have done it better.

  6. Well done, Bleeder. This was my favorite event last year, and this year was a blast as well. The WWII’s are probably the hardest F3 exercise for me other than pull-ups. But, I’ve yet to ingest water on the pull up bars.

    Kudos to Splinter for knowing how to respond to “Fish our of water?”

  7. If that’s the case, I wonder how you would perform in a game of water basketball?

  8. Great workout and certainly an annual event. Thanks for the hospitality and leading us today. I am looking forward to next year already.