Aye! It was a perfect morning in Old Dominion and so 24 redwoods gathered to firmly plant the RVA Shovel Flag. Here is what they accomplished:
Quick Welcome & Intro #disclaimer Run past pop warner pre-superbowl prep and over to … Continue reading
This past week, Tim “OBT” Whitmire has been in the capital of the Old Dominion actively laying the groundwork for the LEAP of F3Nation into what will now be F3/Richmond. We have men ready to lead, and now is the … Continue reading
I got this from Wikipedia (so it has to be true):
a crucible is a container that can withstand very high temperatures and is used for metal, glass, and pigment production as well as a number of modern laboratory … Continue reading
Aye! Feeling adventurous after two mornings in Short Pump, a record 8 RVA pax planted the #RaiderMade #OBT3000Series ShovelFlag at Mary Munford Elementary in Richmond’s West End for pre-launch workout #3.
OBT leads jog to Warmup COP on … Continue reading
Aye, four pax answered the call for Day Two of the Richmond pre-launch training, gathering once again at Pouncey Tract Park.
_ Jog to middle school football field for warmup COP: SSH x 20, Larry Craig x 12-plank-Peter … Continue reading
Aye, six Pioneers posted for the first pre-launch workout of F3/Richmond at Pouncey Tract Park in Short Pump. The #EmotionalPrius arrived early from the West End, carrying OBT and Nuke, who planted the Shovel Flag and did some stretching.
The … Continue reading
25 willing and able bodies stepped into the fresh gloom at #SeverePark and the Shovel Flag was planted for the launch of F3 Nashville!
One year from now when you are in the front of the pack at these workouts … Continue reading
On behalf of F3 Foundation, I am pleased to announce that F3 Foundation agreed yesterday to fund 30 scholarships for at risk boys to participate in the fall Let Me Run program. F3F has experienced a wonderful and growing partnership … Continue reading
The sun had finally come out during the Blue Ridge Relay, and the combination of heat, sun, and tired legs had me struggling during the my final leg of the BRR, the glory leg into Asheville. My quads had taken … Continue reading
Let’s say your name is Bob Jones and you live in Baltimore. You lovingly raised a daughter who, because she happens to be in love with one of the young men who work for me, lives in Charlotte.
One … Continue reading