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How fitness, fellowship and faith are bringing thousands of men together

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TODAY’s Craig Melvin joins a few dozen men in North Carolina before sunrise for 45 minutes of fitness, fellowship and faith. He learns how the group, known as F3, started with 34 men in 2011 but has attracted 15,000 more across the country.