Hosts of ‘Fox and Friends’ Race Through ‘Insane Inflatable 5K’ Obstacle [VIDEO]
On Tuesday morning, the hosts of the morning news program 'Fox and Friends' tackled one of the Insane Inflatable 5K's marquee obstacles, Pure Misery. The 5K made its debut earlier this year, and the craze has quickly spread from coast to coast, drawing national attention.
Outside the Fox News studios in Manhattan, Steve Doocy, Elizabeth Hasselbeck, Brian Kilmeade and Maria Molina raced through the rain-slicked series of challenges as a way to celebrate the first anniversary of Hasselbeck's debut on the program last year.
The Insane Inflatable 5K isn't your ordinary 5K race. It's entirely made up of giant inflatable obstacles, eleven in all, and is geared toward group participation. The race is not timed as it is more about having a great time with friends, family and co-workers. It's a fun way to both get a nice workout and do some good old-fashioned group bonding with plenty of laughs along the way.
Here's a look at Pure Misery:
There are still eight upcoming Insane Inflatable 5K events left in their 2014 US tour. You can get full event details and register here for any of the below locations:
- Portland, Maine: September 20
- Syracuse, New York: September 27 & 28
- New Bedford, Massachusetts: October 4
- Charlotte, South Carolina: November 18
- Lafayette, Louisiana: November 2
- Ocala, Florida: November 8
- Tampa, Florida: November 22
- Shreveport, Louisiana: December 13
The Insane Inflatable 5K plans to visit over 70 cities in 2015, and that schedule will be available on their website in October. The events will take place all over the country, likely somewhere near you.
Here are some pictures from recent races: