Friday, October 25, 2013

Fitness Friday: Run For Your Lives

Happy Friday everyone!

It's hard to believe that the end of October is right around the corner. The end of the month means trick-or-treating, Halloween partying and for most of us calorie consuming!

If you are looking for some great ways to burn the candy calories, Tribesports is sharing 4 ZOMBIE SURVIVAL Workouts put together by Al Kavadlo, kettle bell bombshell and hybrid athlete.

Here's a sample of one of the workouts:


Here are the links to all of the workouts so you can find the right one or try them all!


Would you rather run from zombies through a 5K obstacle course to burn off those calories? Then Run For Your Lives is perfect for you. Use discount TRIBE to get 20% off race registration.


Tribesports is also hosting a competition and will reward you with prizes for all your hard work during training. Prizes include 10 pairs of tickets for Run For Your Lives race entry, a Bodymax Kettlebone Kettlebell, and 5 Join The Tribe T shirts. To participate, all you have to do is share how your training to survive! More details here.

Tell me, how will you combine fitness and Halloween this year?


23 comments:

  1. The pic of the zombie girl with the KB cracks me up! ;)

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  2. Cute! I love themed workouts...and themes in general :) I'm going to try this but maybe skip the burpees :)
    Sami
    go-go-mountaingirl.com

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  3. oh my the pics!!! I've been watching The Walking Dead...Zombies are definitely in right now ;) hehe

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  4. Those pics are great! And I love the looks of that workout. I am kind of dreading the onslaught of candy in my house after the kids trick or treat next week...

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  5. Fun! My exercise Halloween will be trying to hand out candy to little kids without letting my boxer scare them for realz!

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  6. All the Zombie stuff spooks me. LOL. I run in the dark a lot at night so can't feel scurrred BUT that workout looks GREAT! I am going to try it. BTW found you on Fitness Friday Blog Hop! Take care.

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  7. I don't care for Halloween, we don't do it here in Australia even though it's become more popular.
    I did see this workout on Tribesport, I might give it a go, but not for halloween.

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  8. I still take my younger kid trick-or-treating, so Halloween will at least have a little extra walking in the day. I don't typically eat too much of their candy - unless it's something dark chocolate. :-)

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  9. I'm so a creature if habit. But I think it's a good thing when it comes to exercise!

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  10. Glad you were able to get out for a pain-free run!


    Yes, I, too, am a creature of habit :) This is a good trait when we use it to our advantage!

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  11. I'm a creature of habit for sure. might explain why I keep coming back to running =) Love the capris!

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  12. YAY PAIN-FREE!! And I think you have been seriously rocking the strength training. It is not my strong-suit, so I am always so impressed with your workouts!

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  13. Hmmm, walking and carrying a 28 lb toddler while trick or treating?

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  14. Thanks! I've just replaced all the miles with strength. Hopefully I can keep it up once my mileage gets back to normal.

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  15. I am a creature of habit and get upset when things don't go as planned. Today I was practically in tears because I worked overtime. Seriously! And it's not like I do it that often! It's just that I have my evenings all scheduled and this throws it all off.


    Congrats on a pain free 2 miles! That sounds like a win to me!


    Love your workout!

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  16. Completely understand! Our time is valuable ;)

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  17. That image of an attractive girl with blood splattered on her sport bra is... a bit unnerving :)
    While I don't do circuits like the one you described, they can be quite challenging and effective!
    I am interested to read how your training in this fashion works for you.

    Chris
    http://www.mavrocatstrength.com

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