Brave Your Adventure with Kids Obstacle Challenge

Teaching and modeling to our kids the value of fitness is something that families should strive to do, but getting them to WANT to do it can be even harder when the average attention span is eight seconds!  Technology provides humans with that instant gratification.  Even though we know there is life beyond the screen, pulling ourselves and our kids away from the temptation of a device can be so hard.  Even though we KNOW we need that physical fitness in our lives to keep our bodies healthy, how do we get our kids to buy in?  How do we get our kids to WANT to run?  WANT to walk?  WANT to get physically fit?

As a teacher, I know when I make my lessons fun, they are more likely to engage!  As role models, we have to show them that it is fun!    If we make it look like some laborious activity that we dread doing, we are not going to win them over.   They need to see us live in the moment and enjoy it.  They have to see that it brings true happiness!

Here are some easy ways to make it fitness fun at home.

Set up an obstacle course in your backyard or at a playground

Plan a Scavenger Hunt Run

Plan a nighttime run in PJs or a flashlight run.

Play some simple games Red Light, Green Light, Simon Says, Capture the Flag, Sharks & Minnows


Parents, the fact is we HAVE to get off the sidelines!  If we are going to get them to embrace it, we got to be right there doing it with them.  One of the easiest ways to do this is by signing up for runs or walks being hosted in your area.   The Kids Obstacle Challenge is a fun family adventure where you can run the 1.5-2 mile obstacle course with your kids for FREE!  Kids Obstacle Challenge is an adventure and obstacle course race series for kids ages 5-16, with 12-15 fun and challenging obstacles and mud.

Imagine the fun you are going to have with your kids traversing rock walls, army crawling through mud pits, rope swinging over water, scaling up rugged cargo nets, dodging floating cannonballs, and more. Give your kids the chance to release their inner beast and push themselves, all while getting covered in mud! Prepare to Brave Your Adventure and have some family fun! Right now you can save 15% using the promo code ATLANTAADVENTURE15.

Three ticket options are available for the Kids Obstacle Challenge.

Razor Competitive

The Razor Competitive Wave is for kids ages 10-16 only (sorry, parents, you’ll have to sit out of the competitive wave, but you may join your kids if they decide to re-run in an open non-competitive wave after their race). The Razor Competitive Wave participants get a fresh course and the first mud of the day with waves beginning at 8:30 am. Competitors will be chip timed, receive a custom Razor Competitive Wave race medal, and the top three finishers in each age division will receive an award from Razor! PLUS run in unlimited open non-competitive waves with (or without) your parents for only $5!

Morning Challenge

Designed for both kids (ages 5-16) and parents, it’s a family adventure with prime mud and course conditions from 9 to 11:30! This challenge features six waves released every 30 minutes.  All kid participants receive a custom race medal PLUS more!

Afternoon Challenge

Designed for those families that have a busy morning schedule, kids (ages 5-16) and parents can participate in the same great challenge in the afternoon! This challenge features five waves released every 30 minutes beginning at 12:00 pm.  All kid participants receive a custom race medal PLUS more!

One of the goals of Kids Obstacle Challenge (KOC) is to help create family bonds and give families a chance to overcome obstacles together.  As a mother, I love it when a companies goal aligns with my very own.  Life is full of challenges, and how we go about handling those is watched by our children whether we realize it or not. Our kids are only with a short time.  We need to seize the opportunity we have to create memories that will last a lifetime.  I can’t think of a better gift to give my children than the gift of fitness.  If we help our children fall in love with fitness with they are young, we are helping them to place value on something that will benefit them in the long run.


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  1. Meg says
    This looks so fun! And I agree that the best way to encourage active kids is to get up and move with them!
  2. Nita Okoye says
    This is an amazing challenge! I love it!
  3. This looks so fun!! I'm sure the kids will love it. I love the idea of having a scavenger hunt run too! -Jennifer
  4. Vanessa says
    This sounds like so much fun! I'll have to keep an eye out for something like this when my son is older :)
  5. ashley says
    This looks awesome! I wonder what I could set up something fun like this at home?? When mine are a little older we'll have to keep an eye out for an event like this!
  6. Julie says
    This looks like lots of fun and really dirty. lol
  7. Sierra says
    This looks like so much fun! Teaching our kids the value of fitness is so important. Sierra~Beautifully Candid
  8. Becky says
    This looks like so much fun! It's been a long, cold, snowy winter here, so we are definitely looking forward to getting outside for some activities.

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