Warm a Rama….for 45 minutes
SSHs – non stop SSH if you were not doing exercise
Pretzel Shoulder Taps…a lot of them
Grady Corns…more than shoulder taps
High Plank J-Los
Low Plank J-Los
So today I turn 41. A little over a year ago I joined F3. I honestly had no idea the impact it would have on me. I have had a couple major moments in my life. The most impactful in both a good and bad way was the passing of my mom when I was 12 years old. She was only 42. Her life from 40 to the day she passed was spent fighting breast cancer.
Last year, on this day, I struggled. I was a sad clown and worse didn’t even understand how deep I was in sad clown syndrome. I was coming here, going through the motions and not getting anywhere. I made excuses when I should have been making commitments. I didn’t have breast cancer but I was fighting for my life and didn’t even know it.
I have battled with addictions to both drugs and alcohol at different stages of my life. I have fought depression and loneliness. I have fought obesity. I can also promise to continue to fight sad clown syndrome. I will be a Servant to my M, my 2.0s, my Shieldlock and each of you men that open themselves to F3 and its principles. The next year of my life I want to finish getting right. I need to continue my fitness journey. I need to work on my faith and most importantly I need to learn to seek to understand.
I am a firm believer in accountability. I am asking you as my brothers to keep me accountable. Don’t keep quiet to “save my feelings” you are doing me a disservice.
Whether you guys realize it or not, you have given me the gift of life and I will fight every day to give you everything I can to repay that gift.
Thank you for showing up and thank you for keeping me accountable.