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Alrighty then... are you ready for another giveaway?
The Buff. Also otherwise known as a Hoorag. On occasion it's found as a swag freebie in our race bags. Most runners have no clue what to do with this random piece of fabric.
Wear it on your head?
Wear it around your neck?
Wear it as a totally inappropriate hoochie dress?
Um. Maybe not such a good idea. One word. Chafing. Besides, unless you happen to earn a living wearing clothing that barely covers your love taco I would suggest you use it in less extreme ways. But come to think of it... paired with some killer thigh high, patent leather boots I'm sure it makes a pretty sassy accessory for prostitutes.
I'm telling you, this thing is GENIUS! And you might also wanna know that I have no affiliation whatsoever with any companies who produce this brilliant piece of fabric. Really. Its so simple you could probably make one yourself, granted you could find the right sized knit fabric. I would encourage you to do so too. Or... you could just enter my giveaway. *wink*
So... you want one?
I've got two pink/white Hoorags left to give away. Sorry, the black and blue ones are gone...
...and no... these aren't the hoochie dress length ones, girls, so if you're going to wear it as a cheap and dirty substitute for clothing there's probably only enough fabric to cover either your coochie or your hooters. Pick one. But please... try and keep it tasteful and don't send me pictures.
But, in order to enter I have another favor to ask again.
I need you to like Seth and Rick's gym on Facebook. The Ranch Athletics. These guys are freakin awesome!! And although they've been up and running for several months now they could use a little more exposure.
If you're a local runner or athlete (Sacramento area) and have had constant injuries or just want to be faster, or stronger, or train for something bigger or harder they are The Dudes. Seriously. Word is getting out about this gym. They have their shit together and they specialize in athletes. Oh and they will work their own asses off for you. I know this because that's what they've been doing for me for the past couple years or so (before they even opened their training facility). And trust me. I'm not easy to train. Before meeting Seth, I would have never dreamed of signing up for a hundred miler. In fact, a half marathon scared me. I didn't have the strength, the endurance, the confidence or the guts to even attempt an ultra. And I was always injured and had a myriad of foot and hip problems. I was such a mess.
Boy. I've come a long way.
These guys will train you. You, your body, your mind, your confidence.
All of it.
And they're really good guys.
Here are the "official" rules:
1) Go like Hoo-rag on Facebook (if you haven't already).
2) Go like The Ranch Athletics on Facebook.
3) Come back here and leave a comment and tell me what your next athletic (or non-athletic) goal in life is.
That's it! Then check back here for the winners which I will pick in about a week or so. Good luck!
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