November 24, 2019

Preblast for the Week of 11/25/19 (Thanksgiving!)

Highlights:  Thanksgiving week! It’s business as usual except for Thursday – head to Bermuda Triangle for Blazing Saddle to prepay for your sweet potato casserole. Slater VQ (Fri, Levee). SYITG!

Thanksgiving Day Schedule:
Bermuda Triangle and Blazing Saddle are open Thursday. All other AOs will close and converge at those locations. Which one will have the best PLC?? The rest of the week will be on its regular schedule.

November Fitness Challenge:
100 merkins a day all month long. Simple. If you want to record your progress, do it here. Keep an eye out for the 2020 Equinox Challenge starting January 1st.

The Grinch Returns!
The Grinch is turning 3! Keep an eye out for options to complete this with a group or complete it on your own.
Four rounds of:
800m run
25 pull-ups
25 hand-release merkins
25 big boy sit-ups
25 jump squats

F3/FiA Holiday 2.0 Workout, 12/21, 8-9 AM, The Mothership:
Mark your calendars for a co-ed family workout (cover up those thighs!). A conglomerate of F3 and FiA PAX will be leading the workout. New kids will get named. New adults will not. Save your crying for someone who cares! Just bring yourself, your wife, your kids, your neighbors, their kids, and er’body else! This is a great opportunity to headlock those fartsackin’ FiA dads! Extended coffeeteria to follow.

New Website:
Be sure to check out our new website! Backblasts are now easier to enter via web form, rather than the clunky WordPress editor. Also, review our Events Calendar for upcoming 1st, 2nd, and 3rd F events.

2020 CSAUP Events:
Completely Stupid And Utterly Pointless! Be on the lookout for several opportunities in 2020 to do some difficult and rewarding fitness events with your F3 brothers. Relay teams for the Big Buffalo 50 in March will be forming soon. The Half Ironman is in October. Finally, F3 Nation is working on a new type of GrowRuck event that will probably be coming to a city near us, date and location TBD.

Preblast COT: 
Thanksgiving is upon us. For many of us, it’s a joyful time to be with family and eat a lot of great food. For some of us, and many of our neighbors, the holidays can be difficult, whether because of loneliness or pain from broken relationships. If you know of people like that in your community, invite them over to your Thanksgiving meal. Make an impact!