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Kinston men practice Fitness, Fellowship and Faith with F3 Neuse News – Neuse News

Posted: October 8, 2020 at 4:51 pm


The five core F3 principals are that its free of charge, open to all men, held outdoors, peer-led, and ends with a circle of trust. F3 welcomes all men of all fitness levels to join their workouts and have no requirement for membership other than that participants show up at the appointed time and place and follow the workout leader.

The 5:30 am start time is a hurdle they hear often. Once you get used to it you become accustomed to it. You get up and get in your car and actually look forward to it because you have the fellowship of the men there, said Rouse.

F3 currently offers six days of workouts as follows:

Monday - Kettlebell Workout at the Nature Center at 5:30 am.

Tuesday - Boot Camp Style Workout at Bill Fay Park at 5:30 am.

Wednesday - Running/Ruck Workout at Fairfield Splash Pad at 5:30 am.

Thursday - Boot Camp Style Workout at Bill Fay Park at 5:30 am.

Friday - Ruck Workout at Barnet Park at 5:30 am.

Saturday - Boot Camp Style Workout at Bill Fay Park at 7:00am.

The very first minute I felt supported and just they allow you if you are doing something you cant do because you are physically unable, you modify it, and thats okay and no one makes you feel bad about it. If anything they double down on the support, said David Edwards who goes by Runt and is a commercial broker.

Fitness is the magnet that draws everyone together but the fellowship is called the glue, you dont want to let your brothers down if you dont show up and you want to help your brothers become better men so you can be a better man yourself, said Rouse.

As of September 29, Kinstons F3 group has had 668 men post to a workout since launching on August 08, 2020.F3 had over 62 different men post at least one time and are averaging over 100 total posts a week attending a workout.

Kinston was hungry for it. Kinston had a lot of men who were needing both the fellowship and the fitness. Many of them were already participating in faith communities of various types. Were not specifically Christian, open to men of any type of faith, said Chris Jenkins who was given the name Goggles by his F3 peers. Jenkins is the executive pastor for Hope Restoration.

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