Frederick Kaiser - Lundahl Middle School
These are some events around the Crystal Lake or Chicago area that may be fun for students and/or parents to get involved with to keep fitness fun and to stay active.
In many of these events, Lundahl students, myself, other Lundahl staff, have competed in and some of which have done very well.
If you enjoyed the 24 Hour Run or the Fitness Marathon I think you will also enjoy these.
The Running Depot
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Rundezvous - Frontier survival race! Developed by Mr. Kaiser & Mr. Schweitzer. A 4 mile race with 14 elements of wilderness survival skills along the way. Hatchet throwing, archery, fire starting, lassoing are just a few in this one of a kind race. (Registration is open, race is in July, must be 14 years or older)
Tough Mudder - 10-12 miles of running up and down ski slopes, walls, cold water, and a whole lot of other nasty stuff, including being electrocuted. Great fun, but one of the toughest events I’ve done so far.
Muddy Buddy - A short 7 mile race on bike and foot with a buddy. A good event to get started in as far as events, if you have not done anything before. A favorite of mine. It does get muddy! (Sign up after January through early spring, race is in mid to late summer, must be 14 years or older)
City Chase - Test your fears and try something new! If you are knowledgeable about Chicago, will take a risk, and can do a lot of traveling on foot this could be for you. Several teachers from Lundahl have participated in this event. Miss. Miller and I placed 11th out of 700 teams! (Sign up in February, race is end of August, must be 18 years or older)
Warrior Dash - A 5k like Muddy Buddy, but no bike and no partner.
Great Urban Race - Similar to City Chase but not as intense.
Chicago Orienteering Club
Aon Center Tower Run - Some of our students have finished 1st in their division.
Hustle up the Hancock
Go Vertical Sears Tower
Gilberts Cross Country Challenge
Hot Chocolate Run 5k/15k
24 Hour Run Meetings:
Monday 3rd for first timers,
Wednesday 5th for repeaters.
Phys. Ed. Fred