The TRAPP – 10.21.21

Date: 21 October 2021
Location: Preservation Park
Q: @Nightlight

Who attended 9HIMS- @billymadison, @Winger@Blackout@MaryAnne@taco libre@Jalisco@MapQuest@Joey Freshwater

F3 stands for Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith. The Mission of F3 is to plant, grow, and serve small men’s workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership. 1st F Disclaimer: Exercise at your own risk and modify as necessary. “We modify to avoid injury, not to avoid work.”
2nd Disclaimer: The 5 Core Principles of F3 workouts are: Free of charge, Open to all men, Held outdoors – rain or shine, heat or cold, Peer led in a rotating fashion, Always end in a Circle of Trust. The F3 Credo is: “Leave no man behind, but leave no man where you find him.

”Welcome to F3 Spring Hill “The TRAPP” is this anyone’s first time? I am Night Light and I am not a professional trainer, you can modify as needed but do not stop.
Warm ups in cadence = jog in place, side straddle hop, arm circles, good-mornings, Willie Mays Hays, calf stretches.

The Thang: Run to the barn and head up the trail to Sun Rise Hill. 50 Burpees as a group, then run back to the shovel flag. 2.7 miles.
3 HIMs broke from the pax to practice rucking.

COT: Count-o-Roma, Name-o-Roma
3rd F Disclaimer: F3 does not endorse any specific faith, but asks that you look to a power greater than yourself and respect the faith and prayer of the Q.

Announcements: See Slack, we have the Grey Ghost 5k on 23 October and need volunteers, TN Tussle in Nolensville on 06 November sign up, 2ndF 31 OCT

Prayer Requests: Night Light to Get Right, Men with injuries, Pancreas family.

Moleskin: Tennessee Volunteers
Let’s talk Tennessee history for a few minutes and understand the type of volunteers we have always had here in Tennessee. In April of 1861 the General Assembly passed an act allowing the Governor to raise 55,000 volunteers, 25,000 which should be armed and prepared for service immediately. Around the state men rapidly organized into companies and regiments. Throughout the Civil War, Tennesseans served and fought on both sides of the conflict. Over 120,000 Soldiers fought for the confederacy. More than 31,000 fought for the Union.

Tennesseans volunteer tradition would be on full display as America formally entered into World War One on April 6, 1917. All Tennessee units were federalized and almost all became part of the newly created 30th Infantry Division. They nicknamed the 30th “Old Hickory” in honor of Andrew Jackson. National Guard Soldiers in the 30th ID received 12 Medals of Honor (five were Tennessee Guardsmen), more than any other division.

During World War II the 30th Infantry division was mobilized again and most Tennessee troops were in the 117th. They received five presidential citations by war’s end, making it one of the most decorated Army infantry regiments in the United States.

Tennessee mobilized units for the Korean War, hundreds of Guardsmen volunteered to serve with the active Army during Vietnam, desert shield and desert storm, Afghanistan, and then Operation Iraqi Freedom that I deployed to twice.

Tennesseans have always demonstrated their volunteer spirit through their actions by deploying whenever and wherever they are needed. And many of these service men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice.
We are a great state and Nation because we have the will to fight, the desire for self-sacrifice, and dedication to our country. We hold tight our ideals of patriotism, respect for tradition, duty, honor, and our faith.

Take a Knee: Father, we first want to give you thanks for our savior your Son Jesus Christ so that we could be forgiven of our sins. We are trying to get better and to get right. Please use us in spreading your Grace both in our family and in the community. Here we are Father, send us. In Jesus name, Amen.

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