F3RVA
Always 70 and Sunny
F3RVA
Always 70 and Sunny

70 Day Count Down

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The Forge welcomed 11 snooze-averse matriculants back to gloom school for the latest round of DTH macho mania. Here’s how the bluetooth speaker chimed in:

The THANG:

COP #1:

  • Mosey down to the culdesac
  • Welcome & F3 Disclaimer
  • Turn on the “Workout Mix”… 
  • x70 SSH IC
  • Change sucky tunes
  • DQ’s, CSquats, RSoldiers, FreddieMs, Merkins, and other stuff

COP #2:

  • Mosey to side of school, changing music station again en route…ugh
  • Triple Check: Jerkins, Dips, Run

COP #3:

  • Mosey around to Soccer Field
  • OLD 100 – with interval run up to Box Jump Amphitheater steps
  • x100 MHumpers, x90 Plank Jacks, x80 Single Lunges, x70 SSH’s, x60 Dolly’s, x50 MtnClimbers, x40 Flutters, x30 Merkins, x20 WWII, x10 Burpees
  • *AUDIBLE to exclude run & box jumps half way through

Mosey BTTF for COT:

  • Counterama # 11
  • Namerama
  • Announcerama (see Comments)
  • YHC took us out in Prayer

NMS:

  • YHC didn’t have time to plan anything fancy for today, but a quick Google search had revealed today marks 70 days left in 2020. The countdown made YHC think of how often we take the future for granted, putting off things for some other time – hard conversations, seeking/giving forgiveness, the M’s honey do list that would really help her feel loved, a special adventure with the kids, inviting that neighbor or coworker to F3 or church, etc. We are quick to be “busy” with what we’ve deemed most important for the moment, but how would our perspective change if we accepted the challenge over the next 70 days to make things right in 2020. Pray on it fellas! SYITG, YHC, DTH
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Inducted into F3 at NoToll 9/25/18 (Ollivander's VQ). [Back Story: VMI Class of 2005, Grad work at UVA, Med School at PCOM in Philly, Pediatric Residency at VCU, Served medical missions x1 year in Papua New Guinea, Settled in Bon Air with hot wife and 2 terrific kids. Work at PAHP (Pediatric & Adolescent Health Partners) and serve at Crossover Clinic. Attend WEAG (West End Assembly of God) - serve on leadership teams for Small Group and Marriage ministries. Serve abroad annually on medical mission trips. Love to hunt and fish at my parent's farm in Lexington VA. Enjoy a monthly Texas Hold'em night with the guys. Build furniture and landscape for fun.]

2 Comments

  1. – ShoeDrive almost over already exceeding donation expectations – well done guys!
    – Capitol Trail Run this weekend featuring a few brave souls – TYA, Gomer Pile, Swiper… they’d like other PAX to join and/or help as drivers.

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