Warrior Dash – Blood, Sweat, and Tears Aug 3rd in NJ! I’m in for a great cause. Come Get Some!


The training has begun. The eating right has started. The blood, sweat, and tears will be immeasurable. The weight lifting will be intense. The running, and I HATE running, will be a labor of love. I will not fail. I will attack this goal like none other. I will not let myself, or anyone down. I will persist and achieve my goal as a St Jude Warrior!

The Warrior Dash is basically a 5K mud run / spartan run through all kinds of obstacles. Jumping over fire, climbing over walls, swimming through mud bogs, maneuvering through embankments, climbing over cargo nets, crawling under barbed wire, and assorted other craziness. Check out the link to view them. It’s an all day event with waves of people participating throughout the day. Why might you ask am I going to subject my body to this mayhem? Well, I am a bit daft to begin with and love competing, even though it’s been a few years since I have participated in any competitions. I just saw this as a fun thing to try out. To get my body back in shape after a few months gym layoff. Then I also saw the wonderful charity partnered with it and knew I just had to go all out. Come Get Some!

stjude_logoI have challenged myself to raise money to support the lifesaving work done at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – and I am asking for your support, if you can, to help me reach my goal.

I am putting my body on the line and participating in the 2013 New Jersey Warrior Dash event August 3rd benefiting the kids of St. Jude. You can help me reach my goal by making a donation. Every little bit helps and I hope you can help me reach my goal.

Here is the link to my donation page – https://waystohelp.stjude.org/sjVPortal/public/displayUserPage.do?programName=warriordash&eventId=333037&userId=986170%20

Children from all 50 states and from around the world have come through the doors of St. Jude for treatment, and thousands more have benefited from the research conducted at St. Jude — research that is shared freely with the global medical community. St. Jude is the only pediatric cancer research center where families never pay for anything.

It’s a terrific cause and I wholeheartedly endorse their efforts. This was a no-brainer for me and I wanted to get involved, no matter how beat up I might get! At the end of the day if I make it through the Warrior Dash course in one piece all the bumps and bruises will be well worth it. Of course, I will be posting a follow up post with pics of the event and my efforts there.


Thanks – every little bit helps!

Warrior Dash – http://www.warriordash.com/index.php

St Jude Children’s Research Hospital – http://www.stjude.org/stjude/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=f87d4c2a71fca210VgnVCM1000001e0215acRCRD

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22 Responses to Warrior Dash – Blood, Sweat, and Tears Aug 3rd in NJ! I’m in for a great cause. Come Get Some!

  1. Foodie in WV

    Sounds like a great event! Good luck with the training, it sounds intense 🙂
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  2. Great cause, Phil! Good luck as you train. I’m sure you’ll do very well.
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  3. Excellent Charity Choice and looking forward to the progress Phil. So what is the goal you are setting?
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    • filbio310 says:

      Hey Peggy!

      My goals are to survive the Warrior Dash in one piece!

      The other is to hopefully hit my charity goal. It is a great cause as you mentioned. Thanks!

  4. P.J.

    Wow man, good luck with this. I have a few friends who have done it and have talked highly about it. One year I might try it as well, but for now, I’ll live through reading about it from others!
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  5. Congrats Phil! And what an awesome cause!
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  6. Lanthie Ransom

    Brilliant cause and wish you luck. Hope you going to share some pics of the new 6pack!

  7. Terrye

    Wow, you are a brave soul, Phil! But it is a heck of a good cause! Go Team Phil! 🙂 Hubby gets paid this weekend so I might slip a donation past him while he’s sleeping. 😉
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  8. Matt Harvath

    Good Luck! The Warrior Dash is on my list of “Things I want to do” Hope I can get to it. There is one close by in October and I am toying with the idea of entering it.

    Great Charity. I might do the same thing if I enter. St. Jude is a wonderful and worthwhile charity
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  9. Holly J says:

    Good for you!!! I did it last year and ran for Saint Jude and it was amazing! I was honestly touched by the camaraderie between runners.
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  10. This is awesome, Phil! Wish you luck and look forward to hearing about your progress!!
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