The Fortress (Woodland Park)

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Date(s) - 08/24/2019
6:30 am - 7:30 am

The Q:

Fort Imagination


boot camp, Perrysburg

Boot camp style workout. At Woodland Park. Two large Playgrounds, Frisbee Golf Course, 1 Mile Dirt Track, HUGE Field.  Plenty of space here to craft a diabolical smokefest for even the strongest PAX.

Entrance is off East Boundary. Kip Boulis Drive.

SATURDAYS always followed up with 2nd F (fellowship) at Lamplight Cafe and Bakery located at 121 W. Indiana ave. Great opportunity to get to know members of F3Toledo and refuel from the workout.


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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    F3: Beatdown Checkers
    The Fortress
    6:30 am
    Q: Huckleberry
    Bryan Bockert (FNG)
    Red Rider
    Thai Guy

    Fitness Fellowship Faith
    To plant, serve and grow men’s small workout groups, in order to reinvigorate male community leadership.
    5 core principles:
    It’s always free
    It’s open to all men
    It’s always held outdoors, rain, shine, snow
    It is always led in a rotating fashion by the men of F3 – no professional training, you vs. You, modify as needed
    It always ends with a Circle of Trust
    COT:count off by two’s for two teams
    Theme: Beatdown by Game of Checkers?
    OBJECTIVE:  The objective of checkers is to get as many pieces from your opponents as possible
    It is not a collective decision on which piece to move, you go one by one in the line and the person up decides.
    Each team starts with 12 colored discs (of the same color).
    Players place their discs (pieces) on the dark squares on their side of the board.
    Black has first play, after turns alternate.
    Moves can only be made on black squares, so the pieces move diagonally. Pieces can only move in a forward direction, toward their opponent.
    If you are moving your disc forward, and not capturing your opponent’s piece in the move, you may only move it forward one square.
    In a capturing move, a piece leaps of the opponents piece in a diagonal line, landing on a dark square on the other side. While you can only capture one piece per jump you can make multiple jumps in a single turn, if the positioning of the pieces allows.
    After a piece is captured, it is removed from the board, and collected by the opponent. -> do workout on bottom of the piece
    If you have the ability to jump your opponents pieces, you must. However, in the even there are more than one capture possible from a single square, you may jump whichever piece is preferable.
    Once a piece reaches the first row of their opponents side of the board (conversely, the row farthest from the player who controls the piece), that piece is kinged, or becomes a king, and is crowned with a piece that had been captured by the opponent. King’s stand twice as tall as a single piece.
    Kings can only move diagonally as well, however they can move forward or backward as opposed to single pieces.
    Kings can also jump both forward and backward (diagonally) in the same turn, a multi-direction multi-jump.
    The game is won when the opponent is unable to make a move. This can happen one of two ways: the entirety of a player’s pieces were captured by the opponent, or a player’s pieces are all blocked from moving.
    King = 5 Burpees for both teams anytime someone gets kinged
    Jumped = Team who got jumped has to do the exercise under the checker
    All = While waiting:
    Air raises

    12 exercises (same for each side)
    Merkins (20) Arms
    Wheel Barrel w/ partner to cones and switch on the return
    Shoulder taps (15) Arms (2 is 1)
    LBC’s (40) Core
    Hello Dolly w/ partner jump (20) Core
    Bicycle Kicks (25) Core (2 is 1)
    Big Boy Situps (30) Core
    Burpees (15) Full Body
    Side Straddle Hops (20) Full Body
    Squats (25) Legs
    Lt Dans (20) Legs
    Sprint to cones and back Legs
    Winning team: picks a workout for the losing team.

    Sixth: Thumper
    FNG: Bryan Bockert (Tumbler)
    Announcements and prayer intentions

    2nd F (Fellowship) followed at Lamplight.


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