In the next few weeks I’ll be doing some endurance training to get me through those long days of hosting and/or playing in wiffle tournaments. To be better prepared for these 10-12 hour days, I’ve decided to do some distance cycling. Actually, I hate cycling and I hate 99% of obnoxious cyclists on the roads. However, two of my clients-turned-friends have asked me to join a team in cycling for a great cause. They, unfortunately, have been suffering from Freidriech’s Ataxia, a genetic neuromuscular disease, since the age of 8. So, I’ve taken the training wheels off of my bicycle. FARA (Freidriech’s Ataxia Research Alliance) is hosting a 50-mile ride on October 10th to raise money, which will hopefully fund a cure for this debilitating neuromuscular disease. I’ll be riding as part of a 10 person team, based out of southern Connecticut.
If you want to find out more info about the race, click here
Any donations would be very much appreciated and not overlooked during next year’s tournament play…thanks.