Bobby Granito was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis at age 50. Rather than let it slow him down, he decided to take up Tough Mudders as part of his physical therapy, which has brought him many benefits.
So you’re a 50-year-old whose life has just been altered inexorably, having been informed that you have Multiple sclerosis. What’s one of the first things you do? If you’re Bobby Granito, you challenge a 12-mile course with 20 to 25 of the craziest, most difficult obstacles you can image. Seriously, that’s what the Freehold Township native did, defiantly staring down his diagnosis and taking his personal therapy regiment to a level few could have envisioned.