QIC: Steam Engine
PAX: Prosciutto, Vila, Whittler, The Count, Picasso, Sundance, Bogey, Mr. Clean, Marco Polo, Wort, Laces Out, Early Bird
AO: Hill City
Conditions: A cool 55 degrees warm enough for gym shorts and a t-shirt
Disclaimer: Here on your own free will, am not a professional, modify if you need to but push yourselves this morning
Mosey to Great Hall for COP.
SSH IC 15x
Cherry Pickers IC 10x
Windmill IC 10x
Imperial Walker IC 15x
Alternating Toe Taps IC 15x
Wall Sits w/ Muhammad Ali IC 15x
Wall Sits w/ Joe Frazier IC 15x
Wall Sits w/ Shoulder Press IC 15x
Next mosey over to the turtle statue next to the carousel. Drop off rucks and line up.
Indian Run around small track in Coolidge Park.
The Tortoise and The Hare B.O.M.B.S
Partner up with each team having 1 ruck.
Partner 1 will walk with ruck while Partner 2 performs the exercise and chases down Partner 1 to swap out
Burpee 50 (Do 5 burpees at a time and swap)
Outlaws 100 (Do 10 at a time)
Merkins 150 (Do 15 at a time)
Was not able to complete the rest due to time but here is the rest of the beatdown
Big Boy Sit Ups 200 (Do 20 at a time)
Squats 250 (Do 25 at a time)
FBC at Track Ends starting 0600
Chattanooga Marathon Relay March 4
Ragnar Race searing for an extra runner contact Picasso
All the men traveling this week. (Ohms, Angus, Laces Out)
Families involved in school shooting
WOD: Dream Big For We Have A Big God. I ran a 15k this past weekend. I knew I could finish but was not expecting to do it with an 11 minute pace. I just want to thank all the men of F3 Chatt for pushing me everyday I’m in town. All through college we are taught about SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, & Timely). I never really liked this because it ask to set an attainable goal. Why set a goal you know you can reach. I feel people do this because we are afraid of taking risk and even more of failure. Growing up I was told to set goals that the only way you can accomplish them is with the help of God. Sure you might fail but that is a part of life and how you handle failure will determine the type of person you become. Dan Gable, one of my favorite wrestlers, was undefeated his HS career and up to his senior year in college where he would lose his last match as a senior in the NCAA finals, but although he lost his senior year he went on to win an Olympic Gold medal the following year. So I leave you with a quote from the great Dan Gable “I’m the type of person who sets high goals and work hard to attain those goals, but I am only human.”