Warrior Dash 2013: Muddy Boogaloo
Some of you may remember that I raised a bunch of money for St. Jude's Children's Hospitals last spring by participating in the Warrior Dash. There's a whole clusterfuck of a thread on that in Trollshido if you'd like to see it in its entirety. Well, a new year's a-coming, and a new race is here. I'm going to race again, and then drink all their beer! Cyber Monday (so not what it sounds like, unfortunately) allowed me to sign up for the Warrior Dash for super cheap!
Yes, Warrior Dash ridiculousness has once again come to Bullshido! As before, I am offering to perform stupid human tricks for donations to St. Jude's. If I can raise $500, I'll do the Dash in a chain mail hauberk. If I can raise $750, I'll do the dash in plate! Last year, I raised $1,240 total. I dyed my hair, screamed inane phrases, did push-ups after every obstacle, wore make-up, and did a number of other feats of silliness to reach my goal.
As before, just talk to me about what you'd like me to do, and we'll work out a donation. You donate, I do it! Want your name scrawled in Sharpie on my forehead? Want to make me skip like a schoolgirl? Ask to kiss the hands of men in kilts? Get creative, and then dig deep. On February 23, 2013, I have a hot date with Dillingham Ranch once again to go balls to the wall for a bunch of sick kids.
Since I know Bullshido loves to feast upon the suffering of others, JT's Training Blog is where you can go to follow my work-up to the Warrior Dash. I will post a donation linky soon, once I get the information from St. Jude's (it generally takes them a couple days to set it up). Start thinking about what you'd like your two bits to do. Its time to make a fat man sweat for charity!
T-minus 1 week and counting
That's right. One week until I sally forth and prove that I am all that is man. One week until I put my poor abused body to the test for charity. One week until I stop bugging you to be the men of action Sirc wants you to be!
I got the police called on me the other day while training. Someone saw me in the park, and called the police, concerned that I was in distress. Distress, yes, but a distress of my own making. They were very nice, despite thinking I am slightly crazy for doing 500 pushups in armor for a workout.
So donate to https://waystohelp.stjude.org/sjVPortal/public/displayUserPage.do?userId=920234&programId=2252&ev entId=333022