F3 Knoxville

This is not our home

THE SCENE: 48 and clear

cherry pickers

8 motivators

10 OHClap

10 Seal Clap

Insert information about the workout.

  • Mosey to the Bermuda triangle
  • 20 4-count V-ups
    • bear crawl to the next corner
  • 20 4-count CDD
    • Bernie to the next corner
  • 5 burpees
    • bear crawl to the next corner
  • take 5 off the list and 1 burpee off until your last round which is no V-up’s, cdd’s and one Burpee.
  • wait for the six.
  • 20 squat jumps
    • run to the next corner
  • 20 hello dollies
    • Bernie to the next corner
  • 5 Burpees
  • take 5 off the list and 1 burpee off until your last round which is no squat’s, hello dollies and one Burpee.
  • star gazers for a moment sharing what’s going on with my family- MRI with contrast and if you want to keep up here is our site.



ran to the flagpole remembered justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her life. Also because of the failing of our world remember we are not in our home. This is not our home! one day we will be home with God.

Getting Off the Ground

THE SCENE: Upper 60s & Wet. But our benevolent Q kept us off the ground.



  • Cherry Pickers IC | SSH IC
  • Windmills IC | Rockettes IC | Grady Corns IC


Mosey to flag for 7s: Dips & Pull-Ups

Descending four corners. Do 10 each of four exercises, one in each “corner”. After each lap, drop the rep count by one. Exercises were:

  • Burpees | BBS
  • Squat Jumps | Mountain Climbers


  • No Time


11 PAX


No matter what conflict we encounter at work, at home, out in the world, we know we are not the first ones to be disliked, to be disrespected; we have a great example in Jesus who was spat on (because they were not observing COVID guidelines) and insulted and lied about and 1Peter2 tells us that “He did not retaliate when he was insulted, nor threaten revenge when he suffered. He left his case in the hands of God, who always judges fairly.” I hope you don’t face any conflict in your day today, but if you do, let that be our example. Let us lead with restraint and leave our case in the hands of a higher power.


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Building good habits

THE SCENE: 62 and cool

5 cherry pickets

7 count man makers
Mosey to of the two Tennis court

  • Tobata workout for 5 rounds with 8 exercises for 40 seconds and 20 seconds of rest
  • V-up
  • Suicides from one side to another
  • Jump Squats
  • Merkins
  • Monkey Humpers
  • LBC’s
  • Pickle pounders
  • ended early for time

Just in time
Habits are good for us! I’ve been on R&R last week with I got a vasectomy,and it feels good to be back. This is a small rock in my life that helps the others rocks line up. Thank you all for being a rock in my life!

Beer night at abridged beer co tonight at 6:30 pm.

Every day is chest day

THE SCENE: 78 and a little muggy

SSH X 20, mosey to the flag.  at flag do Merkins, round the clocks and imp walkers
Start “at the playground ya know“.

6 stations:

  • Pull ups x10
  • shoulder tap merkins  x10
  • Imperial walkers x20 4-ct
  • wide/reg/narrow merkins x5
  • Round the clocks on three cones (total of 12)
  • incline merkin thrusters up the snake

mosey to the tennis courts.

suicides Burpees on each line. 10 BBS or 20 LBCs every time you hit start line.

Rolling Army merkins, lunges, bear crawls and reverse lunges across mid court.


Flutter kicks and side crunches
7 pax

Morning // Start with Gratitude to Your Wife

They say one of the most important things you can do in the morning is to show you are grateful for what you have in life. One of the best ways to get into a positive mindset first thing in the morning is to say a prayer of thanks to God. His mercies are new every morning. One of the greatest ways to appreciate your wife is to show your wife that you are thankful for her in the mornings as well. While that’s not always the easiest thing to remember (especially before the first cup of coffee), it’s not that difficult to say a few grateful words to her and remind her why she matters to you and to God.

Do something special – something unexpected like taking care of a household chore that your wife doesn’t like doing or making sure breakfast or lunches are ready for the kids (if that is something she normally does). You can also speak kindness with a thoughtful compliment or by expressing gratitude for what she is giving you.

Freshen Up Your Thanks

The best way to reap the benefits of gratitude is to notice new things you’re grateful for every day. Gratitude journaling works because it slowly changes the way we perceive situations by adjusting what we focus on. Gratitude notes are even better.  While you might always be thankful for your wife, merely writing “I’m grateful for my wife” week after week doesn’t keep your brain on alert for fresh grateful moments. Get specific by writing “Today my wife helped me organize my office” or “My wife helped me think through that challenging situation at work.” And be sure to stretch yourself beyond the great stuff right in front of you. Opening your eyes to more of the world around you can deeply enhance your gratitude practice. Make a game out of noticing new things each day.

Buy white chalk
Hardship Hill is back on for Oct 3rd

No Unicorn, No Problem

THE SCENE: Like working out in a humidor



  • Cherry Pickers IC, Windmills IC, This & That – Led by Ribbed


5 Burpees at Starting Line

Run to Farthest Cone (#5) and perform 25 each Split Squats, Diamond Merkins, and Dead Bugs

Back to Start Line: 5 Burpeea, Cone #4 (20 reps)

Rinse & repeat | Plank to wait for the six

11s – Single Leg Glute Bridges & Single-Leg Dead Lifts


  • Nah



Prov4:7-Above all and before all, do this: Get Wisdom! 

“Every system is perfectly designed to get the results it gets.”

This has certainly been my experience–my previous plan for fitness, that centered around the treadmill in my basement and lacked any real accountability or fellowship was perfectly designed to produce a lazy, soft version of me.

When it comes to getting wisdom, I think that quote still applies: I believe there’s only one place that wisdom comes from—God—and if I don’t have as much as I’d like, I need a deeper connection with that source, but I can’t just will or wish it into being any more than I could will or wish myself into better fitness: I have to make a change. So whatever you’re seeking, whatever you’re striving for; and maybe it’s wisdom or maybe it’s connection with someone close to you or maybe it’s your nutrition or parenting or finances: whatever results your getting now, the system you have in place is going to keep producing those results. So I’m asking myself: Where in my life do I want to see different results? That’s where I need to consider a change. You can ask the same question.

MOLESKIN: Great work by the PAX. Loved the mumble chatter and appreciated the patience for a surprise Q.