Have you ever considered doing some family fun obstacle courses? Are you looking for some new ways to get the whole family moving while having fun? Well, I’ve got the answer for you!
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Family Fun Obstacle Courses
If you want to get in some good exercise while spending time cheering on the whole family, then allow me to introduce you to BattleFrog! BattleFrog features several different family fun obstacle courses. There’s one for every family member! From the little Tadpoles, to the BullFrog, up to the BattleFrog. It’s certainly a day full of fun for the entire crew!
As I mentioned above, BattleFrog family fun obstacle courses have something for everyone. So, I want to take a second to break that down a bit. For the 4-8 year olds, there’s the TadPole Dash. It features 8+ obstacles, through 400 meters and Navy SEALs run the race with the kids! It’s a great opportunity to allow smaller children to get moving while having lots of fun.
Then, there’s the BullFrog Mile for the 8 to 13 year old bunch. In it, children can test themselves on at least ten of the full-size obstacles the top competitors tackle, but with a more manageable distance of one mile. It has mud crawls, climbing walls, slip and slides as well as motivation from those Navy SEALS. It can be completed individually or as part of a team.
Lastly, there’s the BattleFrog 8K for the adult crowd (ages 13 and up). Each step is inspired by the training that forges SEAL operators and prepares them to do anything, anytime, anywhere. The approximate 8K course will take you through 22+ SEAL-inspired obstacles that use air, land and water to test your body, mind and spirit.
These family fun obstacle courses are taking place all over the country. One of them is taking place at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Inc in Englishtown, New Jersey on Saturday June 20th. You can register for the Tri-State BattleFrog online as well as learn about the fabulous finish line benefits, which includes a banana, water, protein bar, and a full festival afterwards!
I don’t know about you, but these family fun obstacle courses sound like a great way to spend a Saturday together. So, what are you waiting for?