“Do not fear the mud’s judgement. Only those who do not prepare have reason to fear.” - CerebRun Proverb
A CerebRun Challenge is designed to unleash you from your stationery life. No more sitting at a desk or slouching behind the wheel of a car. A CerebRun Challenge will involve running, climbing, crawling, shouting, swimming, and most importantly, thinking. But as much fun as sludging through this puzzle-bloated, mental mud run sounds, it is important that it is done safely. Remember, this is a PHYSICAL CHALLENGE. Adequate preparation and training are key components to ensure that CerebRunners achieve a great finish and continued success.
- Begin a running routine – CerebRun will be 5-7 rough miles. You will need to build up your endurance running, as well as your leg muscles. Run regularly.
- Strengthen upper body – The obstacles demand alot of upper body strength. You will be climbing over walls, crawling through swallowing mud pits, and grappling with ropes. Push-ups, dips, and pull-ups are a great way to increase upper body strength quickly.
- Food consumption – Don’t attempt CerebRun on a full stomach. Typically, you’ll want to give your body atleast 3 hours to digest a meal. This will allow your muscles to soak up the extra nutrients that will help push you through the CerebRun Challenge.
You may not be a jock, which is why CerebRun is also built for you. Because as in life, what you may be lacking in physical brawn, can be compensated with cognitive strength.
A CerebRun Challenge will be 5-7 miles of mental obstacles. That’s a wide gap in distance, which is entirely dependent on how well you respond to our mental obstacles.
Additionally, we “24′ gurus, and regularly practice our “24″ skills. Here’s a website that will help condition your cranial putty into “24″ master minds: http://www.mathplayground.com/make_24.html
Take the CerebRunner trivia/logic preliminary to gauge how well you’ll test in a CerebRun Challenge.