The Four Quadrants of Preparedness

Q1 – GET RIGHT: the pursuit of proper personal alignment

Q2 – LIVE RIGHT: the dedication to Purposefulness

Q3 – LEAD RIGHT: the practice of Virtuous Leadership

Q4 – LEAVE RIGHT: the construction of Legacy

AO: Lightning Rod

QIC: Bob Evans

PAX: Jelly Fish, Kiwi, Walkman, Free Lunch, Steamy Nix, Danish


32-33F Clear, dry, and crip to GET RIGHT!

Warm up

  • SSH x 25
  • Imperial Walker x 20
  • Fast High Knees x 15
  • Halos x 12
  • Daisy Picker x 10

The Thang

Six Man Run – two lines, passing the medicine ball/ coupon down the line to the last guy, then run to the front and repeat.

In mind of these four quadrants this morning, since we are here, we are focusing on Getting Right so we can Live Right and Lead Right and Leave Right.

We are getting right with 8 stations – 3 rounds

Workout for 50 seconds at each station, then 15 seconds to switch then rotate clockwise till you’ve done one round. Then repeat for 3 times around the circle of exercises. Modify as necessary.

  1. Merkins
  2. Squats
  3. Box Cutters
  4. Over Head Press with Cupon
  5. Lunges across the field and mosey back (as far as you can)
  6. American Hammers – with Medicine Ball
  7. Burpees
  8. Freddy Mercuries
  9. Repeat.

Mosey to the Lightning Rod.


For Living and Leading Right:

Here is one undeniable truth that I know about each of us, we need authentic relationships with other men who are working to be strong fathers, husbands, and leaders. Isolation will destroy a man! We have the opportunity to change our community and the trajectory of our families. Getting in the best shape of your life is just a by-product. The workout is the magnet, the relationships, and community with other men will keep bringing you back. Lock shields with us and help us accomplish F3’s mission to invigorate male leadership in our community.

A great Leader accelerates throughout his life. He views leadership as a craft that must be honed through continual study and application. In the way that a lawyer or doctor practices his profession from the standpoint of service to his client or patient, the great Leader’s focus is always upon his followers rather than himself. It is their best interest, not his, that motivates his actions. It is their advantage, not his, to which he initiates movement. This is only possible if, first and foremost, he loves them more than he loves himself.

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