Wedding Anniversary Q

AO: The Ridge

When: 04/30/2021


Number of Pax: 16

Pax Names: 5-Putt, Bone Spur, Disco Ball, Joe Dirt, John Denver, Morticia, Penalty Box, Quatro, SkidMark, Skinner, SoccerMom, Toby, Vern, Woody,

Number of FNGS: 1

FNG Names: Ringo

QIC: Skinner

The BackBlast:



Good Morningsx15 IC

Goofballsx15 IC

Grady Cornsx15 IC

Thang 1: Champaign Waterfall

PAX each staddled a parking stripe in plank position. One by one PAX ran to each planked PAX and performed 3 burpees all the way down the line. Each time a PAX did burpees, the PAX in plank position would do 5 merkins. We did this until nearly all (minus the QIC), had gone through the line.

Mosied w/ coupons to the hill

Thang 2: Wedding Rings of Fire

5- rings of fire performed. After each complete ring, the group ran to the top of the hill and back.

The 5 rings were:

  1. Merkins/bear plank
  2. Squats/SSH
  3. High pulls/grady corns
  4. Box jumps/high knees
  5. HR Merkins/plank


Love Sacksx12 Each Side

25 LBCs

20 Leg Lifts

20 Bg Boys

20 Heel taps

25 LBCs

20 Leg lifts


Over the past few weeks, two other CoT messages have really hit home in light of celebrating my 10 year anniversary- accountability and self-worth. These two things, as I have journeyed through marriage have not always been super easy. My parents divorced when I was in 4th grade, and unfortunately, I saw and heard many things that my dad was doing while still married that a committed husband should not have been doing. So when it came time to get married myself, I had a lot of worries that my M was going to see me as a product of my father. And there were obvious accountability concerns coming from such an environment.

However, because of the hard work of my mom, those fears were able to be overcome. And truly, the quality of men in F3 has helped me tremendously. This is a group of high character role models that I am proud to be associated with. I recently heard a quote that we over-achieve in practices in order to exceed in the real game. This is life- F3 pushes us to over-achieve ITG, learn from not only the physical accountability demanded by each of us every morning, but learn from the mental accountability that comes from a group sharing their thoughts and feelings. This is what prepared us to exceed in life.

I appreciate each and every one of you.