What is a virtual 5K?
A virtual 5K is much more simple than your usual 5K race. Just go out and complete a 5K (3.1 Miles)
Is there a Race for the kids?
YES!! 1.5 Mile Run..... same rules apply.
Where Can I Participate and How?
Anytime, Anyway, Anywhere. No travel, no early starts, and no jostling at the starting line, once you complete log back into the google form and update your finishing time.
Do I Get Race Bling?
The Male/Female race winners will receive an award... this will be the two top times. We will need proof - will have to be a Garmin, map my run, or a running app that shows mileage.
All participants get a LR Lockdown Virtual 5K momento, but once again we need proof that you completed!!!!!
SEND US YOUR PHOTOS!
Upon completing your 5K, then share it with us firstname.lastname@example.org this will make sure we don’t miss anyone’s awesomeness.
But as always ...... Snap a selfie and show us some love @longroadcrossfit on Facebook and Instagram #LRlockdownvirtual5k #Longroadcrossfit
Click here to register today!
2. Start Cooking
Maybe your tween needs to work on their cooking skills, or you have a teen that enjoys new receipes. Not only are they learning, it's a great family activity. Try some new foods together! Looking for a place to start? Here's a list of go-to recipes for teens.
3. Educate your Alexa
Did you know you can add fun apps to your Alexa to keep your family entertained?
Everything from games, challenges and more! Check out a complete list for kids & teens here!
4. Build It
Gather your Legos, blocks and building tools and create a building challenge! Work together or challenge a family member. You'll be amazed at what you can create.
5. Spread Kindness
Social isolation can be difficult for everyone. Help spread some cheer. Create cards and artwork and mail them to your local nursing homes. Or use your social media to your advantage and create funny videos to share with family & friends.
6. Movie Marathons
Set up an indoor movie theater complete with popcorn, candy, blankets and comfy clothes. Whether you choose a classic like Star Wars or Harry Potter or maybe a Marvel series, it's a great way to relax and enjoy time together
7. Time to Organize
Remember all those things you said you'd get around to doing when you had time and energy? Here it is! Struggling to get your teen to keep their closet organized? Here is a list to get you started.
8. Documentary Time
Streaming services are filled with documentaries on a variety of topics. Educational and informative. Here is a list of some of the best documentaries and you can search by age group!
9. Old School Scavenger Hunt
Okay, we get it, your kids may not be okay with having to use pen and paper to create something. So we have a plan, use the app Goose Chase, to create and run a hunt online!
10. Family Game Night
Dust off those old games and enjoy a family game night. Monopoly, Trouble or Candyland! There's something for everyone!
Whatever you do, remember you're doing it together as a family. Enjoy!