3M3C workout

A guest Functional Fitness workout designed by Seth Crooks.  See if you can figure out the title:  “3M3C.” 

The winner gets a free…oh wait everything is already free on the website.  I guess you’ll just get props from your peers for answering first. Just leave a comment.

NEEDED EQUIPMENT: None

CIRCUIT #1:  3M3C
50 Push-ups
.6 mile run
X5
 
CIRCUIT #2
50 Push-ups

This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. My long time friend, Ken Young, wins! I won’t give it away and since he emailed me instead of commenting, you can still be the first to comment and get it right.

    Ken just moved up to “Back-up Ninja” status

    1. Woo-Hoo! Back-up Ninja! I am on a role now…bring it on. now, if I could only do that many pushups….

  2. Am I close with “3 miles (running), 3 centuries (push ups)”?

  3. 3 miles, 3 chunders? 🙂

  4. Matt & Shane, you are both close. “3M” stands for 3 miles. Off on the rest. In fact, I have no idea what a chunder is! 🙂

    1. Ok, I googled Chunder (vomit). Probably a good description, but not what Seth had intended for “3C”

      1. Pete, it also shows up in the Men at Work classic “Down Under”. You’re welcome on the free vocabulary lesson. 🙂

  5. M3 = 3 MILES
    3C = C=100 IN ROMAN NUMERALS
    300 CHEST

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