Playout definitely proved to be an innovative workout tool that is easily accessible to anyone currently staying at home, and also, I believe, will transfer well when we are able to get back to the gyms, schools, and playgrounds. I loved that the only equipment needed was a pull-up bar (there is no equipment needed in the original fitness pack) and that I was able to get a full-body workout that was fun, challenging, and extremely unique.
The ForeShore Adventure Run, hosted by the Muskegon Rescue Mission, is an annual obstacle course race that challenges competitors to overcome more than physical obstacles by raising funds to help the homeless in Muskegon, MI.
OCR is evolving, and as obstacle course racing continues to grow across the country and world, we are beginning to notice new formats ninja competitions, relay events, and now, a heptathlon gaining ground.
In the past, Indiana Spartan Sprint has left racers battered, bruised, and exhausted. Course changes for 2019 made the race more enjoyable and organized, despite killer heat.
The Black Swamp Dash is the second event of the Ohio Grand Slam and features 3.3 miles of winding paths through open fields, dense, wooded trails, and muck covered swampland.
On June 8th, 2019 Spartans gathered to take on the Spartan Beast (or Ultra) in Garrettsville, Ohio. For the second year, Spartans were welcomed to trek through 1,500 acres of backwoods, technical terrain, and miles of mud at the Southington Off-Road Park.
Memorial Day Mayhem is a local OCR event that takes place at the Black Diamond Obstacle Course in Columbus, OH. Designed by Jason Goggins, the Black Diamond Obstacle Course has been repeatedly nominated for best OCR training facility by the Mud Run Guide “Muddies” awards. The race is enjoyable, affordable, and is an accessible, yet challenging event that proves to hold its own in the OCR community and reminds us of the benefits of racing local.