Mavericks Mud Run – Recap


 Maverick’s Mud Run

IMG_9705 Patrick and I decided to host our birthdays at Mavericks Mud Run in Adelanto, Ca. Our birthdays are very close, only five days apart from each other, so we decided that hosting our birthdays together would be fun, especially at a 

IMG_9748mud run, right?! We found out that this year was Maverick’s Mud Run second year. The race seemed to have easy obstacles, and we thought this would be a great opportunity for our first-timer friends to get the idea of what a mud run will be like. We had hopes to get our friends to become interested to challenge themselves to go sign up for harder obstacle races in    the future if they ended up having a good time at Maverick’s!

Just to be sure you understand, Mavericks wasn’t challenging at all, but having a big group with you or having your child run with you then this race will be worth it! This was our first time having a big group coming with us to a mud run, we had 23 members on our team, which made the run so much entertaining! We also saw lots of small children doing this mud race alongside with us, and that was cute to see little kids training to be a MUDDER someday! If we have children, they will be doing this race with us for sure! If you got kids, go ahead and sign them up to race with
you for next year! 

IMG_9744After the race, we asked our friends what they thought of Mavericks; many felt confident and wanted to do a harder obstacle course race next time… Mission Accomplished!

The cool thing about Maverick’s was if we had over 20 people on our team then we get to pay only $35 and get our team name printed on the race T-shirt! The bad part about that for us was our team name was printed wrong, “Deaf Heat Active” when it should have been “Deaf Heart Active”… AW, BUMMER! The finisher’s medal wasn’t something to rave about, and that was the first time we felt that way about a medal. Not a top choice race, but we still had a lot of fun together! 








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Deaf Heart Active

Alexis Goldstein & Patrick Rubio, the Deaf couples who started Deaf Heart Active a couple of months ago to inspire and motivate our friends to get involved in the Obstacle Race World! We decided to create an instagram account, facebook page and youtube page based on our experiences at any Obstacle Course Race to show what the race was like for us and to build on their confidence. This task has became something important for us to do because our experience really has taught us how to improve ourselves and we want others to experience this amazing journey with us, too.


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