What Are Some of the Obstacle Names and Descriptions?
Haystack Attack: This one wil give you Hay Fever, 16 massive alfalfa bales stacked like a two hump camel.
Alcatraz: A series of 5,6,7 and 8 foot walls without the guard dogs. Don't hesitate to help your teammates or fellow conquestants over the walls or other obstacles, after all, a hero never leaves a fellow soldier on the battlefield!
Conduit Through-it: 50 foot tunnel crawl to help you get your claustrophobic groove on.
Guadalcanal: a zero entry 40 foot canal taking you to the base of a fifteen foot rope ascent over a dirt mogul.
Dire Tire/Farmers Carry: A 100 yard tire drag or 30 lb Farmers Carry , a new way to enjoy a flat tire or two 5 gallon jugs full of gravel!
The Barbed Wire Quagmire: A joyful 50 foot belly crawl under an 18 inch ceiling of barbed wire. Slow and Low is the key here!
The Kill Box: A concentrated collection of obstacles including:
The Chasm Rope Climb: A real hang up.
The Snake Pit: Over and under hurdles, don't eat the gravel!
The Mean Balance Beam - Why is it so hard to walk in a straight line?
Monkey Bar Madness: This will drive you bananas.
Belly Busters: Two six foot walls .
Hadrian's Wall: A 10 foot wall of twenty recycled tires lashed with 600 feet of rope.
Parellel Hell: Walking on your hands was never so fun.
The Trenches: Simulated trench warfare without the trench foot.
Wittstruck Muck: A minefield of high stepping tires and hay bale hurdles.
The Ditch Glitch: A challenging creek crossing.
The Log Bog: Another mucky creek crossing on a wobbly log.
The Crusade: Trail running adventure through the enchanted forest.
The Immense Fence: 42 feet of horizontal climbing excitement.
The Great Escape: Tunnel style crawl through the tomb-stoned semi tractor tires.
The Steeple Chase: A 100 yard home strectch of hurdles, pits, mounds and moguls.
What to Wear?
We recommend you wear a long-sleeve moisture wicking shirt to protect your elbows on the crawling obstacles. Also, athletic or tactical pants that cover at least the knees and even the shins will be a leg saver you won't regret.
Tight fitting gloves with gripper palms are a good investment. We've found that mechanic style gloves at Menard's, Home Depot etc work great for about $10 bucks. Get them a size smaller than you normally would.
Hat and/or sunscreen.
Old shoes that can get trashed and muddy. Bring along a plastic bag and a change of shoes to keep the car clean.