Date: Wednesday, 12/7/2022

AO: The Danger Zone – Papillion-LaVista South High School, Papillion

Weather: 24°, 85% Humidity, 3 MPH S Wind

Q: Bayside

PAX (8):  Baby Shark, Bayside, Chernobyl, KOA, Skidz, Rooney, Sweet Roll, Tips

Pre-Runners (4): Chernobyl, KOA, Razzle Dazzle, Skidz

FNG’s (0): None

5:15 – Bayside welcomed the PAX to F3.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to plant, grow, and serve small workout groups for men for the re-invigoration of male community leadership.

5 Core Principals:  1. Open to all men 2. Free of Charge 3. Always held outdoors 4. Lead in a rotating fashion          5. End in Circle of Trust

Credo:  Leave no man behind but leave no man where you found him.

Not a professional, so modify as necessary.


Side Straddle Hop (x20 IC)

Tappy Taps (x10 IC)

Sun Gods (x10 IC Both Directions)

Big Ones (x10 IC)


The PAX moseyed over to the side of the concession stand for a short pre-thang.  3 sets were completed of each exercise with a 10 second count between each. 

Wall Sits (x20 IC)

Chicken Peckers (x10 IC)

The Thang

As one large group, the PAX moseyed between stations to complete the exercise on the list before moving on to the next station. 

Station 1: Core

Big Boys (x30)

Heels to Heaven (x20 IC)

Frozen Freddy’s (x20 IC)

LBC’s (x20 IC)

Station 2: Legs

Air Squats (x30)

Bonnie Blairs (x20 IC)

Bobby Hurley’s (x30)

Air Dramas (x30)

Station 3: Arms

Merkins (x30)

Alternating Shoulder Taps (x20 IC)

Carolina Dry Docks (x30)

Werkins (x30)

5:55 – Omaha was called and the PAX moseyed back to the flags where Sarpy Slammers were completed.  Name-o-Rama followed.

Announcements: None

Prayer Requests: Prayers for Schrute’s 2.0.  Prayers for any injured PAX.

Top Gun Award:  Tips for making the journey from Council Bluffs and passing multiple AO’s, but choosing The Danger Zone for his beatdown this morning. 

COT: As I started to think about what I would talk about for my COT, ‘Going Home’ popped into my head.  I’m not from Papillion, so I didn’t go to school at South, but because the Danger Zone is where I started my F3 journey as an FNG and it’s got a special place in my heart.  As I continued to ponder, I got to thinking about where I’m at today, 9 months later.  As you think about where you are today, and the potentially thoughts of not achieving everything you had hoped or dreamed about, it can help to think where you started.  Did my first beatdown, which was led by Schrute, suck?  Absolutely. At one point I thought I was going to throw up, but doing that same beatdown today would be a lot easier because of the journey F3 has taken me on.  I’m forever grateful for The Danger Zone and hooking me into F3 for what I hope to be a lifetime. 

Took the PAX out in a Ball of Man.



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