“Speed is perpetually undervalued.”
With speed, but proper form: SSH, Michael Phelps, Reacher, Merkins, Flutterkicks, Hello Dollies, LBCs
Big Boy Sit-ups
Plank (high and low)
Sprint to cone 2 (SSH until six)
Sprint to cone 3 (SSH until six)
Sprint to cone 4 (SSH until six)
Sprint to cone 5 (SSH until six)
10 American Hammers
Sprint to cone 6 (SSH until six)
10 Big Boy Sit-ups
Sprint to cone 1 (SSH until six)
Six cones: Every 10 yards
Bear Crawl Alley
Bleachers: Step-ups, incline merkins, decline merkins
Speed is perpetually undervalued.
Asking that person out today means you get to live more of your life with them and less of your life waiting.
Starting your business today means you begin learning immediately and have more time to figure out what works.
On the ground, a rock is just a rock. But when moving at high speed through the atmosphere, a rock becomes a meteor—alive with fire and burning bright.
People are not so different. Without activity, we are lifeless and dull. When moving fast and taking action, we come alive.
Go fast. The future is never guaranteed and the right time may never come.
Almost anything in life can be learned or completed faster.
As far as life philosophies go, ‘The right time is right now’ isn’t a bad one. Most of us would benefit from a greater bias toward action.
If you move fast, you can try more things. And if you try more things, you’re likely to find something that works for you.
Courtesy: James Clear
F3 is not about any particular religious organization. All men are welcome as long as they believe in something bigger than themselves and that they are not the center of the universe.
I’m a Christian, so I closed us in a Christian prayer.
-as God’s people, we should sprint to those who are hurting
-waste no time helping our brothers and sisters in need
-point them toward God with our generous actions
-we don’t have to understand, we just have to believe
-the size of our faith doesn’t matter, it’s the object of our faith who moves mountains