About Tony Ferrante

Tony is a 52 year old Newlywed who got married at an Obstacle Course Race. The father of 3 adult children and a grandfather, OCRs are his passion as a way of making the next 50 years more fun than the first. He is the Clown for More Heart Than Scars, and supports Operation Enduring Warrior and many other charitable organizations.

RACE RECAP: BattleFrog Georgia

By |June 12th, 2014|

The Inaugural running of the BattleFrog Series Race kicked off this past weekend with a Bang. Literally. An Obstacle Course Race designed and operated by current and former Navy Seals was marked by all of the Military Pageantry customary at patriotic celebrations around the country. Helicopter fly-overs, Seal Team Demonstrations, the sounds of (blank) rounds being fired, and the occasional boom of an artillery simulator explosion set this apart from a casual mud run the moment you parked your car.

Race Recap: Xtreme Ranger in Dahlonega, GA

By |May 29th, 2014|

Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in North Georgia, this race offers natural scenery that will take your breath away. That is, if you have any to spare after negotiating the killer hills, briskly cold water of the streams and ponds to negotiate, and some seriously fun and challenging obstacles.

Gear Review: Prosoks

By |May 26th, 2014|

The performance socks market is expanding because let’s face it, you might train for years to have the body of Adonis coated in bronze but a quarter-sized bleeding blister on your foot could put you on the DNF list. There are many different options available out there with varying blends of fibers and styles, each touting their own merits, but it comes down to figuring out for yourself which pair of socks works best for you in specific situations.

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