• When: 2022-02-08
  • QIC: Cheers
  • The PAX: Cowbell, Soaker, Ramrod, Garth (R), Dunphy (R), Lego, Coon Dog, Brick, Crab Legs, Good Hands, Ken Doll, Buzzsaw (R), Cheers. 

Celebrating 6 Years of F3 Brotherhood

YHC doesn’t know how 6 years passed by so quickly.  My now  6 year old was still in her crib and my 8 year old was in diapers.  I look back on all the friends I’ve made and the brotherhood I have gained in that amount of time.  F3 took a sad clown who had very few “friends” to a man whose eyes have been opened to endless possibilities of what a community of brothers could be.

This group has given me so much more than I could have imagined when I got out of bed to post that morning of 2/9/2016.  The encouragement and support have made me a better man in all aspects of my life.

I hate to make this post all about me, so see below on what we ALL accomplished today with the help of our brothers.

Conditions:  Mid 30’s; Cloudy


Mosey to main soccer field

COP all IC:

  • SSH x 10
  • LBAC x 10 each way
  • TTT x 10


The Thang:

Full body circuits, round 1:

  • 5 burpees
  • 10 Merkins
  • 15 squats
  • 20 lunges
  • 25 Carolina Dry Docks

Run backwards across the main field, side walk to side walk

At other side

  • Rinse and repeat exercises

Run backwards across the main field side walk to side walk

Mosey to bridge bear crawl across

Other side of bridge

  • 5 burpees
  • 10 Merkins
  • 15 squats
  • 20 lunges
  • 25 Carolina Dry Docks

Mosey around track to small set of steps (where we do squats during the Slammer)

  • 5 burpees
  • 10 Merkins
  • 15 squats
  • 20 lunges
  • 25 Carolina Dry Docks

Mosey back to the bridge

Bear crawl to the other side

Mosey back to shelter:

  • Dips x 20
  • Incline x 20
  • Decline x 20

Rinse and repeat x 2


  • Flutter kicks x 25 IC
  • LBC x 25
  • American Hammer x 25 IC
  • LBC x 25
  • 6 inches x 1 minute
  • LBC x 25

Peoples chair against the brick at the shelter x 1 minute: had to cut this down due to time


• Cowbell is stinky

• Ken Doll let me hug him



  • Two families that have been destroyed due to infidelity.
  • Friend of Cowbell’s family who lost their daughter to an overdose
  • Praise: Lego’s FIL is coming home next week from extended hospital stay.
  • Two families in our F3 community dealing with some issues.


Exert taken from The Bible Plan: True North: Brotherhood is a necessity

Have you ever been in a group of people and felt completely alone? I have, more times than I’d like to admit. It seems like so many men follow the same pattern of community and I, for one, fell right into it. We spend years building the perfect community of close friends throughout high school and college. We find the perfect balance of people we can trust, people we can do activities with, and people who make us feel good about us. We structure our activities and possibly our education around where our friends are going to be, and what our friends are going to do. Then, life happens. We graduate, we get married, and we begin to scatter, mostly without regard to where our friends are; yet more based on the location of our jobs, our spouses, or the needs of our extended family. 

Then we wake up one day, like I did, and realize I don’t have any really close friends. I don’t have anybody that I would call my “brother”. For me, it wasn’t long after awakening my need for Christ that I realized my need for Christian brotherhood. 

God did not design us to be alone.  He designed us to be in community with other believers. Brotherhood is the relationship between brothers, especially brothers in Christ. So much can be learned and gained from a strong brotherhood or community of believers. It’s not only a great option for a believer; it’s almost mandatory to survive in today’s society.

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