BY: Andy Farina, NASM-CPTOne of my fondest memories growing up in New York is when Russell Provenzano, Tommy Leslie, and I discovered a refrigerator box on the side of the road, hauled it to the BIG hill behind Southedge Middle School and, repeatedly rolled inside the box down that hill for hours. Friends, adventure, fun. What else could a kid ask for?!
Tromping through mud and water with swarms of other “crazy” people in an obstacle race is sort of like rolling down the hill in the refrigerator box. We navigate obstacles, face some serious fears, and then climax into some of the best post-race celebrations on the planet! Friends, adventure, fun. What else could we ask for?!
Doing that obstacle race with your kids.
Life in a family is sort of like one of those races: communal, challenging, mysterious, embracing the unexpected, c... [More]