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The Mission of F3 is to Plant, Grow and Serve small workout groups for the re-invigoration of male community leadership.

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Welcome to F3Lutz

The official website for F3Lutz (aka #TheRanch) F3 Nation expansion workout group for men, based out of sunny Lutz, Florida. Come on down and join us 3 times a week for a great Bootcamp style workout.

F3 is a national network of FREE, peer-led workouts for men. We plant, grow and serve these groups to invigorate male community leadership.

What is F3?

F3 Workouts

  • Are free of charge
  • Are open to all men
  • Are held outdoors, rain or shine, heat or cold
  • Are led by men who participate in the workout in a rotating fashion, with no training or certification necessary
  • End with a Circle of Trust

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Upcoming Events

  • F3 Lutz - Pre-breakfast workout

    Thursday, September 20 2018 @ 5:30 AM - 6:15 AM

    Be there, or keep sleeping.


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  • F3 Lutz - Start the weekend right workout

    Saturday, September 22 2018 @ 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

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  • F3 Lutz - Pre-breakfast workout

    Tuesday, September 25 2018 @ 5:30 AM - 6:15 AM

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ACCOMPLISHMENT ADRENALINE

Ability to maintain energy throughout a work day due to the extended adrenaline release as a direct result of accomplishing the early morning workout.

Recent Back Blasts

1809, 2018

Fitzmagic

By |September 18th, 2018|0 Comments

Special guest on this Tuesday morning beatdown as 6 PAX gathered at the ranch. Fartsacking was in full force today, but all men in attendance there early and ready for a good beatdown. Quick disclaimer [...]

1509, 2018

Beer Pong Beatdown (Sans Beer)

By |September 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Flag was planted, seven PAX posted for this morning’s beatdown. PAX seemed curious about the table in the middle of the court loaded with red cups filled with water. Quick disclaimer was given and we [...]

1309, 2018

Find Joy in the Journey

By |September 13th, 2018|0 Comments

"The stars are brighter tonight for your courage & grace."   The above quote was one YHC read on Michelle Kaley's facebook page earlier in the day on Thursday.  It really struck a chord as [...]

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Did #Fitzmagic join the boys at #TheRanch this am in the gloom? Come out Thursday and find out if the #Bucs new gu… https://t.co/42HLfRx2G6 

Top 5 EH Excuses

No. 1: “I need to get in shape to come work out with you guys.”2018-05-21T11:00:13+00:00

This is No. 1 with a bullet on the F3 Excuse Charts. The late Casey Kasem says so. And for a lot of guys it gives them all the wiggle room they need to take themselves off the hook. Because let’s be honest: There’s nothing you can do on your own that is going to get you ready for that first workout. Almost no one working out in a gym or on the streets (let alone coming off the couch) combines the kind of aerobic and bodyweight fitness that F3 workouts demand. So you need to make the choice to join with a bunch of other men and push through that pain. Because “I need to get in shape” is really just a way of keeping the commitment just over the horizon, always just out of reach. The only way to get in shape is to put yourself in the middle of a group of other men and force yourself to keep up with the Pack.

Dredd: Would you get drunk before you went to a bar? I rest my case. (Dredd’s a lawyer).

No. 2: “I already belong to a gym.”2018-05-21T11:01:34+00:00

Hey, that’s great. I bet it really rockets you out of bed every morning to think about another exciting day on the treadmill, headphones plugged in so you can listen to the SportsCenter anchors run through yet another rendition of “Hot or Cold? Brought to You by Miller Lite” while the plastic ficus next to you waves gently in the 68-degree climate-controlled splendor. Meanwhile, elsewhere in your home city, men are gathering of their own free will in temperatures ranging from 9 to 90 degrees and conditions ranging from starlit to monsoonish to sweltering to give it their all for an hour and launch into the day with power and impact. Trust us, there’s a difference.

Dredd: Gyms have rules. The rules are usually dumb. They put signs listing the dumb rules all over the wall. There aren’t any walls outside, so there is no place to post the rules. Thus, no dumb rules.

No. 3: “That’s too early to get up to work out. I’m really not a morning workout guy.”2018-05-21T11:02:32+00:00

Oh, yeah… I know you. You’re the Lunch Hour Workout Guy — until that 11 a.m. conference call runs long and you don’t have time to work out and get back for the 1:30 meeting, so you’ll have to run over to Chick-fil-A to grab some Fast Food That I Can Pretend Isn’t Fast Food, but you’ll definitely get out in time to hit the Y before you go home except your wife calls and she needs you to go pick up your 2.0 from basketball practice so she can get the 2.1 from violin lessons and still get home in time to put dinner on the table and meet her friends for girls’ night out at 7:30 and, well… now you’re Tomorrow Workout Guy, aren’t you?

Dredd: There are only two kinds of workout guys, the early morning workout guy and the guy who blows off most of his workouts. Which are you?

No. 4: “I’m already working with a personal trainer.”2018-05-21T11:03:15+00:00

Yeah, I can tell. Really getting your money’s worth there, aren’t you? And you’re paying this guy or girl how much to count your reps and hold a clipboard? Did I mention the fourth F that comes after Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith? It’s called: Free.

Dredd: Not every day? Surely, not every day. C’mon, you can make one day a week the day you let somebody give you for free the thing you’ve been paying for. Seriously.

No. 5: “This sounds like some sort of cult.”2018-05-21T11:04:03+00:00

Back when our father’s fathers ran the world, a bunch of men gathering at odd hours to engage in common effort for the common good and with an eye toward the larger improvement of the world around them and the raising up of men to be leaders was simply plain vanilla, old-fashioned civic engagement, and it was what grown-ass men did. If society has moved so far toward atomization and self-absorption that free assembly and group pride qualifies as cultish behavior, then so be it — but we will be the ones, in the words of the late William Buckley, standing “athwart history, yelling stop.”

Dredd: Uhhhh, actually it is kind of a cult, but I’m thinking it’s the good kind of cult like the Blue Oyster Cult. Not the kind of cult where you end up with tin foil on your head or castrating yourself to get a ride on the Hale Bopp Comet or drinking Hot-Ade in French Guyana.

OBT/Dredd

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