December 2018 Ruck Pre-Blast

The December 2018 Ruck will take place on Saturday, December 29, 2018 from 7 am – 10 am at Oak Openings Metropark in Whitehouse, OH. Quadre Bambi is in charge. More information, including where to park and what to pack, is located in the file below.

2019 Winter Respect Challenge

GOAL – Commit to F3 Toledo and your fellow PAX to live all three F’s.

DURATION – January 1st through March 31st

COST – $10 – You will receive a beanie cap with a Velcro patch spot. If you complete the challenge you will earn a custom patch.

REQUIREMENT – Accumulate 50 points over the 13 weeks and you will receive the patch (design will debut in January 2019)

POINTS – (minimum requirement in each F)

  1. FIRST F – (14-point minimum, 13 points from workouts, 1 from Q-ing)
    1. 1 Point for showing up to a regularly scheduled workout
    2. 1 Point for Q-ing a workout
    3. 1 Point for attending a workout at a “non-home” AO

**SO if you Q a workout at a non-home AO you will achieve 3 points in one workout**

  1. SECOND F – (3 Point Minimum)
    1. 1 Point for attending a Coffeeteria or Q-source after a regular beatdown
    2. 1 Point for attending a larger planned social gatherings of 5 or more PAX (i.e. lunches or evening events). Please give fellow PAX 48-hour notice with an event post
  1. THIRD F
    1. 1 Point for attending a Cherry Street event
    2. 1 Point for attending a Bible Study
    3. 1 Point for participating in a cause of your own that pushes your comfort zone in involvement and community service. Contact Klinger via GroupMe once complete.

TOP ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS! Custom Stainless Steel Coasters with your F3 Name!

  1. The SITE Q for the TOP AO (in total attendance) in each region (SYL, PBG/MAU, TOL) will get a set of custom Stainless Steel coasters with their F3 name and Site name.
  2. The SITE Q with TOP SITE OVERALL (in attendance percentage increase over 2018 average) will get a set of custom Stainless Steel coasters with their F3 name and Site name.
  3. TOP 3 PAX in POINT TOTAL will get the custom coasters with their name and the winter challenge logo and date.

So rack up those points and sell your AO!

You can keep track of your stats/points here all winter long!

September Ruck Event Preblast

9/22/2018

The September Ruck Event will be a good ole fashion game of capture the flag. – See the backblast for this event


READ THE RULES HERE

Capture the Flag Ruck (Full credit to our brothers in Louisville for this idea)


From a center point (Inside the Five), each team will be assigned a slice of the pie. Within that slice, you must place your flag. Teams will be generated in early September. All HCs welcome and will be added.

Each Team will nominate a Captain, who will receive a flag with your team number. 

  • Your flag cannot be planted until the night of the event, which is where you must start.
  • Your flag must be in a public area.
  • It must be planted in the ground.
  • It cannot be covered, hidden or disguised.
  • It must remain in the original condition as when you received it.
  • Your flag cannot be placed somewhere where it is likely to be removed or that will put other Pax in serious danger.

It is recommended that you scout your location prior to the Ruck to maximize your time rucking.

Each Pax participating will receive a paper map of the Ruck Area (non-satellite) from their Captain. No Pax may use a phone, GPS watch, or other device to map or otherwise track locations.

At exactly 7:30  pm, the Team Captain will take a picture of their paper map with the exact location of their Flag marked with an X. This picture must be clear and the X must indicate, as close as possible, where the flag is located. The X cannot be so large that it does not show where the flag is located. The picture will then be sent via text to all other Team Captains, along with the Team Number associated with the map image.

At this point, the game is on.

The Objective: ruck to as many flags as possible, taking a clear picture of the flag showing the Team Number and at least one Team member and your team weight. The team that returns to Inside the Five by 10:30 pm with the most pictures of flags wins. Losers buy beers. Any team that fails to return by 10:30 pm is disqualified. Each team must have a 30lb team weight at all times in addition to Rucks loaded with minimum weight of 20lbs if less than 150lbs or 30lbs if more than 150lbs and full water bladder.

See additional details and rules below. This will be a great chance for some solid 1F and 2F.

-Trinity

 

10 Teams; 30+ Pax.  Here is your (maybe) Final update/packing list:

updated 9/21/18

  1. Each team must have a sharpie to mark their map (or a marker capable of marking a laminated map), so they can clearly mark the map and text the image at 7:30 pm.
  2. Teams must stay together at all times.
  1. “Captured flag” images must show the flag, team number, team weight and at least one member of the Team.  Team Captains must take the photo. This is the only time Teams or Team Members may use a phone (also no gps watches or other crap. Don’t be that guy).*
  1. Chem light (which will be provided to you with your flag) must be attached to the top of the flag and activated before leaving the flag.  Team number must be placed over the rounded top of the flag to ensure it does not come off. Flags cannot be altered, hidden, obscured, or changed from the condition in which they’re provided. Trinity has flags for Captains and will coordinate delivery with Team Captains.
  1. Each team must have a 30lb team weight (kettlebell, plate, sandbag, mannequin, etc.), plus individual rucks with 30lb plate/equivalent if over 150lb and 20lbs if less than150lb. Each Pax must have a full water bladder or equivalent water source and nutrition. All rucks must have reflectors, wear reflective clothing and headlamps should be worn and on at all times when on the road. Pack anything else you want.
  1. Team must return to Inside the Five by 10:30 pm or you’re disqualified.
  1. Do NOT cut through private property.  Stay on sidewalks and roads. Use common sense and judgment.
  1.  Place the flag in public area where it is unlikely to be removed and where it is unlikely to any way endanger Pax.
  1.  The Team with the most Captured Flag images wins and losers buy beers.
  1.  Meet at your flag location prior to 7:30 pm, so we can start at 7:30 pm sharp.  Consider carpooling or ride sharing to avoid leaving your car.
  1. Everyone should bring a piece of paper, packed inside of their ruck with the following details:

    Full Name:

    Emergency contact name and number:

*In the event of emergency, please use your phone.  If you run into any trouble, the Captains have a text string with all other Captain’s phone numbers for easy contact.