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Advil Relief in Action

Advil Relief in Action

#Disclaimer: I was asked by Advil to run this giveaway and share information about Tough Mudder and Advil Relief in Action.  I was not compensated for this post and all opinions are my own.

Tough Mudder

Tough Mudder

You may have heard that Tough Mudder is coming to Mt. Snow Vermont on August 10th and August 11thI have never completed a Tough Mudder or any true obstacle race but it is definitely on my list of must do events. Tough Mudder races include 10-12 miles of mud and obstacles.

It would be great to get a team of friends together to attempt a Tough Mudder. I love the emphasis on camraderie and the team working together to help one another cross the obstacles on the course. Doing a race like this would definitely be outside my comfort zone but lately I have been wanting to challenge myself to do new things and to go above and beyond. I sometimes wonder if I have the potential to achieve more . . . to go farther and faster. Just this morning my mom and I were talking about how I have the extra challenge of my perfectionist personality and my sign of Libra that sometimes will hold me back from achieving my full potential. Perhaps Tough Mudder is in my future?

Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project

I have been invited by the Advil Relief in Action campaign to run a cool giveaway for you my readers on Organic Runner Mom. Advil Relief in Action supports active volunteers that don’t let pain stop them from helping others! While there’s no doubt that completing a 10-12 mile obstacle course leads to muscle aches and pains that Advil® can help relieve, Advil’s partnership with Tough Mudder goes much deeper. Both Advil® and Tough Mudder are supporters of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), and this commitment to a cause that assists injured service members and veterans of our armed forces- the ultimate volunteers- is what the Advil® Relief in Action program embodies.

To see how others embody the Relief in Action spirit and to share your volunteer story:

Please enter this awesome giveaway and learn more about Advil Relief in Action, Tough Mudder and the Wounded Warrior Project.

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5 responses

5 responses

  1. Volunteering has always been a big part of who I am. In high school I was involved in KEY Club and student leadership. Through both organizations, I was able to volunteer as a tutor, help clean up schools, visit elementary schools and talk about high school experience and how to excel during times of peer pressure and bullying, and we even put on a prom at a local senior center (awesome by the way!). When I got to college, I continued to volunteer, and went through a training program to become a certified sexual assault response team member, which was a completely raw, humbling, emotional, tough, yet fulfilling experience. I was also an after school tutor with the International Rescue Committee, working with high school-aged refugee children. In 2010 I joined Team in Training and spent three seasons with them, as a participant and then mentor, and volunteered for their events and in office as well. I’ve loved every single moment of all my volunteer work, and I’d really like to do the Taji 100 in February!
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