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Race Recap: Terrain Race-Chandler, AZ

By |November 6th, 2018|

The Terrain Race in Chandler, Arizona was 3.2 miles of pure mud! This race was held on the grounds of Raw Hide, a special event venue located about 20 miles south of Phoenix.  Terrain has changed a few things up over the last few months and one of the first things that I noticed was that the starting line no longer took place in the infamous pools. 

Badass Women of OCR – Amber Myers (Beasts OCR)

By |September 26th, 2018|

Amber Myers is a passionate mother who uses food to keep her family healthy, and exercise to build her own fitness and strength. I reached out to Amber for this article series, as I wanted a different perspective in regards to being a "Badass".

Race Recap – The Ah-Mazing Race presented by Grit Farm Fitness

By |August 27th, 2018|

The Ah-Mazing Race was presented by Grit Farm Fitness on August 5th, 2018. This event was held at the Chilliwack Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Chilliwack, B.C. Canada. Put on by race directors Allison and John Tai it was a great event for the whole family.

Product Review – Ninja: The Card Game of Sneak Attacks and Captures

By |November 23rd, 2017|

If you're looking for a simple-to-learn card game with the quick add-'em-up action of UNO and some fun strategy, "Ninja : The card game of sneak attacks and captures" from the Dollard Brothers provides some great family fun and makes a perfect holiday gift.

Race Recap: Family Timber Challenge

By |May 16th, 2017|

Kansas City Family Timber Challenge starts with a quick pep talk to the kids (no parents allowed). The kids then help to get the families excited, and just like that you are on your way as you high-5 the cowbells over the starting line. This is the start of Family Timber Challenge.

Faces at the Races — Jerrod Rogers

By |June 27th, 2016|

I was friends with Yancy Culp before he started training full-time. He is a motivator! It's hard not to get excited after talking to him. Yancy has been my personal trainer for two and half years. My wife and I also motivate each other to stay at it.

Faces at the Races — Josh Phillips

By |June 22nd, 2016|

I had back surgery in 1998 and this started the downward trajectory of my health and fitness. Once a HS basketball star, I quit taking care of my body and the scar tissue from surgery did the rest. At times I was confined to a wheelchair because of back spasms when I would walk. After finally reaching 220lbs, I decided to not let back pain hold me back any longer.

Race Recap – Terrain Mud Run SoCal

By |April 7th, 2016|

Terrain Racing’s angry monkey medals invaded Southern California for the first time this weekend with 5k and 10k race distances outside the Storm Baseball Stadium in Lake Elsinore, CA. I’m a fan of this race series, and have run their Flagstaff race for the last two years, so I was eager to have them come to a venue closer to me.

Faces at the Races — Tyler Markley

By |April 4th, 2016|

Tyler Markley if this week's featured athlete on Faces at the Races. From Markley, OCR was initially just a "fit goal" that I set to keep motivated when I first began training. After my first race (Savage Pro), I realized that I had stumbled upon something that I not only enjoyed but also something that I was quite good at.

Trainer Tuesday – Family Nutrition

By |March 29th, 2016|

For the past 15 years, I have been married to a Sports Performance Dietitian who’s now the Director of Sports Performance Nutrition for the University Of Texas Athletic Department. It’s an understatement when I simply say, “I really scored big in the relationship department”. It would take hours for me to explain all the amazing benefits I feel I’ve received living with an amazing woman who’s passionate about helping others fuel their body for performance and good health.

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