Upcoming Events and News


The Accelerator
Saturday, September 10
Cape Fear F3 is hosting a new event for the region called “The Accelerator.” This is a leadership training event designed to accelerate the mission of invigorating male community leadership. It will be comprised of 3 phases:
-Phase 1, The Ruck (0500-0700 @ Maides Park)
-Phase 2, The Convergence (0700-0800 @ The Combine)
-Phase 3, The Mini Grow School (0830-1130 @ The Bridge Church)
Cost: $0
-Breakfast provided on-site at the Mini Grow School
RSVP at the link below

Click to go to: https://forms.gle/Z72vk6gS6Do9y3cEA

Steak Knives

9/11 Memorial Ruck 1 Mile Ruck To represent the circumference of the Pentagon. 220 flights of stairs to represent the 2 Twin Towers of the World Trade Center 4 Mile Ruck to represent the 4th plane that went down in Shanksville, PA Bring a ruck with as much weight as you want to carry or just show up and walk with us without weight. This event is open to everyone, M’s, 2.0’s, FIA, Sadclowns etc

Click to view workout times, locations, and maps


City of Wilmington Parks and Rec wants to provide a single location for a variety of local health and fitness businesses and organizations to showcase what they have to offer our community. Join Dogwood on September 24 from 10 am to 1 pm at Robert Strange Park to help show off F3 to the community. Dogwood will Q the event, and hopefully we can have a few demonstrations on workouts throughout the time and HC some new men in the area.

Click to go to: https://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/departments/parks-recreation/fitness-center/health-fitness-fair

Plant | grow | serve
Invigorating male community leadership across Cape Fear

The body is made to be used. Without work, it withers. But with regular training, we can become physically, psychologically, and emotionally durable.


We are not supposed to live alone. Life is not worthwhile without being in communion with others. We find strength in numbers for accountability and encouragement.


We are part of something much bigger than ourselves. Our personal strength can be a strength for others, and a force to help our family and community thrive.

What else have you been missing?