Have you ever watched American Ninja Warrior and said, "I'd like to give that a try!" If so, there's an event here in South Jersey that may grab your interest - it's Goliathon.
Friends of Trading Post, Adam and Devora Peterson are active supporters of the event which raises money for clean water projects in developing countries. "Twice a year, Israeli Krav Maga of Cherry Hill, New Jersey forms a team to compete at Goliathon," says Devora. "It's a five-mile long course that features 12 challenging obstacles." Goliathon is designed to be accessible to a wide range of participants with a course that features tiered obstacles that range from the moderately easy to the very difficult.
This year, Devora cheered on the local Israeli Krav Maga team which included her husband Adam. "It's both a physical and mental challenge which appeals to my competitive nature." says Adam. "It also serves as a team building exercise."
If you'd like to put yourself through the test of strength and coordination that is Goliathon while raising funds for an important cause and having a great deal of fun doing it all, visit goliathon.com to register for their next challenge, scheduled for October 21, 2017.