THE SCENE: Sunny and cool but warming. The dew twinkling on the new green grass.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
SSH x 50, Tie-Fighters, Some plank streches. Tempo merks…
3 man Dora with CMU 150 curls/rows/press with the other two doing 5 burps at the opposite side of lot.
Pulling a log together around the Asylum. Volunteers pull the log, others mosey. Starting an escalator (1; 1&2; 1&2&3 to 5 and then back down. Pull log a little farther each stop.
- 5 burpees,
- 10 BBS
- Tempo squats
- During the above we stopped at the foot of Everest and did some bear crawl up with reps of mountain climbers, plank jacks, CCDs, Flutter kicks and the back to the log.
Hello dolly’s and captian Thors, ATM’s and stop..
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
21 strong with one FNG, Alex (Retreat)
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Talked about how endemic loneliness is in middle aged men and how a group like F3 can be the cure.
Quote from media report on health risk of low social relationships.
An analysis of nearly 150 studies has found that people with strong social relationships had about a 50 percent lower mortality risk than those with weaker ties. Julianne Holt-Lunstad and her co-authors concluded that those with weaker social relationships had a greater risk of death than people who were physically inactive or obese. Let me put that another way. Spending time building and nurturing your friendships might be just as important to your health as eating right and exercising.
I came that they may have life and have it abundantly. – John 10:10