F3 Medina


Wed., Nov. 16, 2022

The BEEtdown

Wed., Nov. 16, 2022 / 06:00 am - 06:45 am / Medina High School



  • SSH x25
  • Shoulders/Tri’s
  • Turn and Bounce
  • Tippy Taps
  • Runner’s Stretch
  • Bear Stretch/Calves


PAX circled up in the West End Zone with Coupons.  Performed 20 reps of 5 exercises:

  • Merkins
  • Curls
  • OH Press
  • Starting the Lawn Mower
  • Dips

Then performed Railroad Tracks; Indian run concept where PAX1 ran 5 yards and plank hold.  PAX2 ran, jumped over PAX1, and plank hold at the 10 yard line.  PAX3 ran, jumping over both PAX to the 15 yard line.  Continued 100 yards, then mosey back.  Rinse and Repeat.
PAX completed 5 rounds.


Big Boys
American Hammers
(20,10 reps each)


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