Contact and Help
F3 organizes on a regional basis, with men from specific areas self-organizing as volunteers.
Help and Site FAQs
At the top of each page, there’s a menu titled “Where is F3?” that lists a full page of available regional schedules.
Read our disclaimer, then simply pick a place to post. All you need to bring is an open mind and a positive attitude. Wear your regular outdoor workout clothes and unless you have farmer hands consider bringing a pair of gloves. If you are not meeting a friend at your first post, simply show up and introduce yourself as an FNG. You’ll be welcomed.
Don’t see a workout in your area? Review the “Where is F3? page for updates on what locations are coming soon.
The home page is a collection of our nationally-focused blogs, such as our food, gear, 3rd F, music and all-F3-nation events content. To view a specific region’s news or schedules, choose it from the drop-down menus available in the navigation.
Once you’ve completed your first (or sometimes 2nd) workout, you’ll get an F3 name. After you have this plus your email and real name, an F3nation.com site registration can be done by of our IT admins. These are done by region (like “Charlotte South,” e.g.), so know this as well when you hit the contact page and select your local region for access.
Two ways — 1) Sign up at gravatar.com with the same email you use here (and see how your image shows up on other sites, too), or; 2) Upload your own image. First, select your name in the upper right once you’ve signed in and follow the links to “add your own image.”
Yes. But it’s not really here on the site.
One such scenario is “if there’s a Raleigh post here at F3Nation.com, *then* send you an email”… that’s something that the internets make possible.
What you need to do this is something called a feed. Every location and workout one. It’s easy to grab.
If your URL is http://f3nation.com/locations/raleigh-durham-nc/, then just add “feed/” (w/o the quotes. Like this: http://f3nation.com/locations/raleigh-durham-nc/feed/
Use this need feed as your link/trigger in those services, then ask it to send you an email.