• When: 2017-09-12
  • QIC: TriDelta
  • The PAX: Farmer, Steamer, 6 Foot Under, Ebert, DeadStick (Respect), KuKoc, Snakehandler, Dundee, Tinkle, HooneyBun(Respect), Brainiac, Emmy, TriDelta (QIC)

Dropping BOMBS for TriDelta’s 3 year anniversary

***Posted for TriDelta***
Weather: Cool, beautiful almost fall-like weather
Mosey to the pad:
  • SSH x20 IC
  • 5 Burpees OYP
  •  20 LBC OYO
  • TTT x 15 IC
  • 5 Burpees OYO
  • 20 AH OYO
  • LBAC 10 f, 10 rev IC
  • 5 Burpees OYO
  • 20 BBSU OYO
  • IW x20 IC
  • 5 Burpees OYO
  • 20 Iron Crosses OYO

.25 mile Native American run

BOMBS one exercises while the other partner runs to 50 and back

Burpees x50 runs forward

Overhead claps x100.  Runs backwards

Merkins x150.  Forward

BBSU x 200.  Backward

Squats x250. Forward

Mosey back to flag


Whiskers4Wheels: See ThumbsUp for Details9/15 –

Tunnels to Tower9/16 –

Dam 10k Run9/16

Lexington Half/Cheech 10K

Speed for need at Go Leo Go5k Oct 28th Saluda Shoals.


6 ft back and family

Brainiac and some decisions he has

Hoboken MRI results

Teacher at DDD school with premature baby

DDD wife surgery today

Those affected by Harvey and Irma


#7 Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 NIV Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work; If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!

Jesus demonstrated His willingness to have a friendship with us by what He did for us. He said, “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends” (John 15:13 NKJV).

I picked those Bible verses for the devotion after thinking about my time spent over the last 3 years as a member of the f3 nation. I still remember Rooney and Misty telling me what a great thing was going on at the SP and encouraging me to attend a workout. I was hesitant at first (like most) because I felt that I wasn’t physically strong enough to keep up (which I was correct about). Over the course of three years I have formed bonds with great men both at the Pit and at Crusade. I have gotten faster and a tad stronger physically. As I explained to the PAX this morning though, I have learned that I will never be the fastest guy at the pit or do more merkins than most. I have learned though that I can encourage others and am encouraged by others. My attendance at f3 workouts are not for the physical aspects anymore, but for the fellowship with my brothers and for the faith that I have gained.

As I drove to SnakePit this morning I heard one of my new favorite songs on the radio with these lines in it:

Like a hurricane
That I can’t escape
Tearing through the atmosphere
Your love is fierce

It just made me think about how powerful Irma was in Florida (and here for that matter) but those forces pale in comparison to the love Jesus has for us.