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BONEFROG was created by Navy SEALs to challenge, build and inspire participants to become better athletes and recognize that they can do anything they set their minds to, while enjoying the camaraderie and teamwork usually reserved for active duty Navy SEALs.
With at least 30 military-style obstacles on courses that range from 3-9 miles, the course will test everyone and leave no one unscathed. We attempt to place an obstacle about every ¼ mile, so your running ability alone will not carry the day. You must be functionally fit to succeed here. You will get muddy. You will get beat up. You will be exhausted. But you will finish. Did we mention sand? You will get to know what it means to be “wet and sandy” just like we were at BUDS. As Navy SEALs, we know what tough is – and we don’t mean Harvard.
Team or Individual
Our event will foster camaraderie, period. Form a team ahead of time or link up with others when you get here. This is a great way to challenge your friends and create lasting bonds.
As Navy SEALs we have been forced to spend a great deal of time away from our families. As a result, whenever we can, we include the entire family in all that we do. BONEFROG offers fun and activities for all ages! Let the kids come watch you race and then let them loose on our Tadpole kids course where they can play in the mud and race on scaled down obstacles just like mom and dad.
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This event was the first obstacle-style run I've participated in and I really enjoyed myself. There weren't a ton of people there, probably because its brand new, but that's likely to change going forward because this is a legitimate race. I trained hard for this and it definitely paid off. The challenges were a mix of fun and tough, but battling the mountain inclines made the overall race much more difficult. A nice feature was the staff at each obstacle cheering you on or helping you out or showing you how best to complete the obstacle or a combination of those things. The only thing I would suggest is maybe 1 or 2 more water stations and maybe a bathroom station somewhere along the course. Overall it was a great event and I'm looking forward to the next one in New England.