The First Annual Arnold Survival Race Is A Major Hit

The Survival Race took its family-focused 5k obstacle course to the world’s largest and most successful fitness event, The Arnold Sports Festival, in Columbus, Ohio. It was cold, snowing and the wind was gusting, but that didn’t stop over 1,300 Survival Racers from having the time of their lives and Arnold Schwarzenegger himself proudly launched an early race wave, giving words of inspiration and high-fiving every racer as they set off on their race journey.

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“The First Annual Arnold Survival Race couldn’t have gone better.

We are already planning for the Second Annual Arnold Survival Race, which will take place on Saturday, March 1st, 2014.

It will be an event not to be missed!”

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) March 29, 2013

The Survival Race and The Arnold Sports Festival are together helping people live healthier and more active lifestyles. The First Annual Arnold Survival Race was a massive success and now paves the way as it aims to help conquer the ongoing obesity pandemic, one family at a time.

The Arnold Survival Race focuses on individuals, families, and groups of people who come from all walks of life. The First Annual Arnold Survival Race was showcased to over 175,000 people who attended the Arnold Sports Festival.

The First Annual Arnold Survival Race took place on Saturday, March 2, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio at Lou Berliner Park at 325 Greenlawn Avenue, just down the road from the Arnold Expo Convention Center.

Survival Race co-owner, James Villepigue says, “The First Annual Arnold Survival Race couldn’t have gone better. We are already planning for the Second Annual Arnold Survival Race, which will take place on Saturday, March 1st, 2014. It will be an event not to be missed!”

The Survival Race is the official family focused obstacle race featuring an exhilarating array of fun and challenging obstacles placed throughout each of their 5k racecourses. They are the perfect obstacle race for ages 9 to 99 and their overall goal is to get the whole family off the couch and outside to experience what they call, “exercise in disguise”. It’s fun and fitness unlike anything else.

For more information, contact the co-owner and Arnold Sports Festival Survival Race chairman, James Villepigue at (516) 659-0079.


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