Getting to know Cindy!

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3 Ruckers & 3 Runners showed up at 6am to Dolly!  YHC was happy to see 13 smiling faces as the Pax eagerly awaited to see what was in store for the Free Men’s Workout!  Some would say “you get what you pay for” but I’m sure the Pax would say they got plenty! The […]

Hail to the Victors!

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9 HIM of F3 Jacksonville posted in the cool crisp early November gloom of NE Florida. YHC celebrated his b-day earlier in the week and celebrated with too much food and cake.  Finding that no Boondocks Pax had signed up to Q this weekend, he took the opportunity to ensure that he could make up […]

Deal with It

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14 HIM of F3Jax posted in the gloom of Anthill in great anticipation of a long-awaited Drone beatdown. Unfortunately, the wait would have to continue as he had to our hero attended to a sick child in the wee hours of the morning.  While he offered up his beatdown for us to follow, there were […]

Well that was fun….

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5 Pax showed up To the Field for Loops and Corners! Warm Up Etc…Then to the fake field for Loops. Run a loop then do an exercise. Add exercises on each loop: Mosey 400m & 10 Merkins Mosey 400m & 10 Merkins, 10 BBS Mosey 400m & 10 Merkins, 10 BBS, 10 Squats Mosey 400m […]

Completing the Mission

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9 PAX of F3 Jacksonville plus 1 PAX down range from F3 Kansas City posting in the gloom at BOHICA to complete the mission that was began with YHC’s Q at Boondocks this past Saturday.  50 years ago, yesterday, the Columbia capsule piloted by Michael Collins and carrying Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin splashed […]

Doing the Moon Walk at Boondocks

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10 PAX of F3 Jacksonville posting in the gloom at Boondocks to pay tribute to one of the greatest accomplishments of the US space program- man’s landing and walking on the moon.  50 years ago, today, Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin landed and emerged from the “Eagle” at Tranquility Base to become the first […]