We know, young desk jockey: Saturday morning crossfit gets those endorphins flowing. Before long, you feel as invincible as ISIS agent Sterling Archer. Or IMF Agent Ethan Hunt. Or, you know, any of 'em.
Time to put that feeling to the test with Concrete Hero.
This is more than a race. It's for a good cause, too. Starting and finishing in the Los Angeles State Historic Park, this ultimate urban obstacle course will have you bound through Carmageddon, dart through alleyways, and scale a mock Hollywood sign as you race the five-mile chip-timed course.
(Pro tip: watch out for the Tar Pit Traverse.)
But while there can only be one winner, everyone who participates will be a hero by raising money to support AIDS Project Los Angeles and the 60,000 area residents living with HIV/AIDS that the organization provides services to.
Last year, nearly 1,000 heroes raised over $400,000.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to help make this year even better.
(No, this email will not self-destruct in five seconds.)
Saturday, July 14
Registration: $15 (Entrants are required to raise a minimum of $400 for the event.)