1/24/2020 – The Woodshed: Be Commitment

January 24, 2020 | AO – The Woodshed | Elmwood Park | 32°
PAX: Othello, The Plague, Ponzi, OMT, Rancid, Palates, Beta Max, Stella, Samples, Honey Badger, Pony Express, Two Step, Polaroid, Uncle Rico

Q: Uncle Rico

Uncle Rico welcomed 14 PAX to a beautiful morning at the Woodshed. Stated the 5 core principals of F3, open to all men, always free, always outside no matter the weather, peer led in a rotating fashion, always ends in the COT. Mission of F3 to plant, serve and grow small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
PAX moseyed for warm-a-rama.

• SSH – 25 IC
• Hairy Rockettes – 20 IC
• Tappy Taps –  IC
• Crowd Pleasure to 5
• Failure to launch Q was done at 5

Stayed at location of warm o rama for the thang

Thang –

Workout deck to music, started as one workout per song but Rico called an audible halfway through second song to two workouts per song of 80’s Rock. Workouts drawn by PAX from the deck 
• WWII setups – full song• Monkey Humpers• Calf raises• Flutter Kick• High Knees• Mountain Climbers• Freddie Mercury• Ranger Merkin• Burpees

PAX moseyed back to the shovel flags

Uncle Rico brought a quote by Kenneth Blanchard “There’s a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in doing something, you do it only when it’s convenient. When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results.” Rico talked about his commitment to failure. You will never know your potential if you don’t find your limits. Rico wants to keep pushing for failure so he can find his limits and get better. He encourages everyone to commit to finding their limits and being the bestthey can be.

Uncle Rico closed in prayer, prayed for healing of those that are having surgery or are sick, and asked for comfort to those that have lost someone close to them and the families need comfort during these times.

Uncle Rico

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Our mission is to plant, grow and serve small (free) workout groups for men for the invigoration of male community leadership.


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