Running in Charleston


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  • Fly Dog Fitness
    Even before she became a certified trainer, Laurie Henderson led and inspired her fellow athletes as the captain of the women's Central Michigan basketball team. She then carried her passion for guiding others through a master's of exercise science from Kent State University, and today she continues her mission at Fly Dog Fitness. Laurie's boot camps know no limits, taking place outdoors, in the water, and on dry land. She uses standard exercise equipment and park benches, yoga mats and soft grass. She gets her students to work up a sweat whether it's sunny or dark—even in inclement weather.
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    265 Fishburne St.
    Charleston, SC US
  • Electric Foam 5K
    With runners approaching the starting line in capes and pink wigs, LED bracelets and neon glasses, it's obvious that the Electric Foam 5K is more of a party than a race. But what hammers the point home is the foam. As participants of all ages run, walk, jog, or dance through the course, Electric Music Foam stations meet them at every kilometer, dousing them in bubbles and cranking up their pulse with EDM jams. Nighttime runs go one step further, too, accentuating the carefree fun with lighted tree installations, colorful glowing murals, and a boogeyman-free guarantee. If the run seems like a party, it's nothing compared to the after party. Once runners get their fill from food carts and vendors, the venue erupts into a dance hall, with DJs spinning beats by Calvin Harris, Daeadmau5, and David Guetta. And to make sure the participants don't forget where they are, a countdown sounds and cannons fire foam into the crowd.
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    Legare Farms
    Johns Island, SC US
  • Mega Mud Run Challenge
    Clean freaks aren’t welcome at the Mega Mud Run Challenge. The 5K race is full of obstacles that grow increasingly sloppy as stampedes of booted runners stir up chunks of turf. In addition to posing standard race challenges to endurance and speed, the rugged trail forces racers to crawl under nets through marsh grass, walk tightropes suspended over tidal creek mud, and scale a 17-foot knotted rope without the use of a hovercraft. Racers can compete as individuals or in teams of four. For foursomes, two members must fireman's-carry their other teammates for the final 100-yard stretch, so they should prepare by practicing their carrying form and refraining from eating lead for breakfast. After the race, guests can unwind with beer and food—cash only—as an awards ceremony honors the top finishers.
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    4300 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC US
  • Urban Dare National - USE FOR ALL DEALS
    The Urban Dare Adventure Race is a fast-paced competition that challenges two-person teams to decipher clues, navigate the city, and perform playful stunts. Combining the bustle of a track meet with the brain-taxing sleuth work of a luge competition, the race uses a dozen trivia-based clues to lead contestants to checkpoints all over their sprawling metropolis. Location hunters reach their checkpoints by whatever means necessary, be it hopping a bus downtown, flying madly through a network of secret ziplines, or scuba-diving in a fountain for bus fare. At the mini destinations, racers must use a camera to document their presence or, in some cases, get their passports stamped after completing challenges that may include a climbing wall or solving a riddle.
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    345 King Street
    Charleston, SC US
  • Roundhouse Racing
    Whether you know it or not, you've probably already spent some time preparing for Roundhouse Racing's 5K Foam Fest. Perhaps you've zoomed down a playground slide? Or dived onto a backyard Slip 'N Slide? Grownup versions of these childhood challenges make up many of the 15?30 obstacles in this 5K race, challenging contestants to slide down a 40-foot "Death Drop" and skid across an impressive 50-foot Slip 'N Slide. Running through them all are pits and pools of foam and mud, as far as the eye can see. Thankfully, the challenges bring ample rewards at the finish line?namely a medal, a beer, unlimited temporary tattoos, and still more messy activities. Away from the race, participants can leap into foam pits while kids bound inside bounce houses, gleefully imagining what kind of rug would really tie the place together.
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    2620 Hanscombe Point Road
    Johns Island, SC US
  • Project Mud
    Project Mud might remind adults of the fun they had as a child—running in an open field, sliding into a muddy pond, and crawling through a mud-filled tunnel. The Project Mud 5K challenges individual competitors to drudge their way through 18 mud-covered obstacles in a bid to make their way to the finish line. Those who cross the checkered line celebrate with fellow racers and spectators alike during a lively after party, where live bands and DJs inspire crowds to dance while food vendors serve fresh dishes and cold beer. Proceeds from each event help fund charities in each city, ensuring money collected goes to a good cause instead of serving as fodder for thieving tooth fairies.
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    6617 Maybank Hwy.
    Wadmalaw Island, SC US

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