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F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
Welcome to F3. Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith. I am CRISPR, your Q for today. This is a free workout and you’re here on your own volition. I am NOT a professional. I do not know your injuries or capabilities, so feel free to modify as necessary. Safety is the #1 priority. Remember we are under social distancing rules, so keep your distance from others.
15x Side Straddle Hops, 10x Windmills, 10x Imperial Walkers, 7x Cherry Pickers, A little bit of this, little bit of that, 10x Rockettes
Mosey to The Bowl. Black Jack (Round 1): Do 1 Hill Run, then 20 Gas Pumps, then 2 Hill Runs, then 19 Gas Pumps, and so on.
Mosey to steps of Admin Building. Deck of Death (4x): When a “Flipper” gets to a station, they flip to the next card, and do the exercise (2-Ace, where J=11, Q=12, K=13, A=14). If you’re not a “Flipper”, just do the card facing up when you arrive. If a deck has been finished, keep going until all are finished.
Mosey to field by AO. Black Jack (Round 2): Alternate between Jump Squats and Plank Jacks. Do 1 Squat, then 20 Plank Jacks, then 2 Squats, then 19 Plank Jacks, and so on.
Black Jack (Round 3): Alternate between American Hammers and LBCs. Do 1 American Hammer, then 20 LBCs, then 2 American Hammers, then LBCs, and so on.
Finish up with some Catalina Wine Mixers and a Wave of Merkins. Do an “Obama” (4 count bear crawl with 4 merkins) back to the AO.
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
25 HIMs including one FNG – Furby
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Something that’s been on my heart lately Is whether or not to keep my kids home this fall or to send them back to school. I know this has been on a lot of people’s mind and we’re all wondering if we’re making the “right” decision. As I’ve been wrestling with this decision I’m trying really hard to remember the lesson I learned from a book called “Thinking in Bets” by former World Series of Poker Champion Annie Dukes.
Essentially, we all confuse DECISIONS with OUTCOMES. For example, many of us know a guy who always buys his wife flowers remembers every birthday and anniversary shows up for all their kids’ events and provides financially and emotionally for his family, but ultimately winds up in a divorce. Does the outcome of a divorce mean that his behaviors bad decisions just because they resulted in a bad outcome?
In her book, Annie Dukes describes the difference between, decisions and outcomes in a poker example. Imagine going all in because you’re holding 4 Kings, but then on the River card the guy across from you backs his way into a Straight Flush and wins the pot. Was going all in with 4 Kings a bad decision just because it ended with a bad outcome?
I’ve used the phrase “make good decisions”, but how do you do that? Annie Dukes suggests one way to make better decisions is simply to ask, “Wanna bet?”
Consider this… Every F3 workout ends in a “Name-o-Rama” where we give our birth name, age, and F3 name. At the end of every workout I say my birth name is “David”. But, if I said, right now, “Wanna bet $100 my birth name is David?” How does that change what you previously knew to be absolutely true? I guarantee you’ve already started questioning yourself. Maybe my name is Andrew David Smelser, III and I just go by David as not to be confused with other family members?
By just asking that simple question “Wanna bet?” You’ve gone from knowing something with 100% certainty to something less than 100%. And, now that you’re less than 100% certain your brain can accept new information, options, and possibilities to come in which allows you to make better decisions.
I encourage us all to ask ourselves, “Wanna bet?” and to know things with less than 100% certainty so we can make better decisions for ourselves and for those around us.