Heroes are everywhere. They might not have super powers, but they do amazing things.
With the advent of my new log-line, I’ve decided that I want to feature everyday heroes on my site. The trouble is, I spend most of my hours behind a desk and computer working on manuscripts.
Yes, I just said I don’t get out much.
So I need your help.
Have you heard of an amazing everyday hero? The kid who stood up to the neighborhood bully and got a black and bloody nose for his trouble. Pet heroes work. If there was a cat who brewed and delivered mochas, I’d consider that pretty blog-worthy.
Check out my first feature along these lines.
Today, I’m going to share this cool video. Mostly it’s because I’m enamored with anything Wonder Woman these days.
My husband watches this show on occasion. I’ve glimpsed a few runs when I looked up from whatever book I’m reading at the moment.
I would have loved to see this Wonder Woman complete this course.
Very few women can do it. The fact she put on the costume and ran the gamut says more than words alone.
Working out to be Fit
These obstacle courses are like parkour for marathon athletes. I don’t mean runners. I mean people who would do Iron Man in Hawaii and then go surfing to unwind.
I’m all about working out to stay in shape. (Also it allows me to eat chocolate without exchanging my jeans for a larger size.) I don’t know what compels people to train to complete something like these courses.
Life is enough of an obstacle course with out signing up for one voluntarily.
What do you think? Do you watch American Ninja Warriors? What do you think about being fit to live versus living to workout in the extreme?