Congratulations to Dr. Blake Bergeron for recently completing the Nashville Tough Mudder – go Dr. Blake! We asked Dr. Bergeron for a few words about the event, so here is his recap, followed by a few pictures!
"A few weeks ago, a group of us from Memphis took a trip to do the Tough Mudder outside of Nashville. The tough mudder is a 10-12 mile obstacle mud race, that has become famous for its wide variety of obstacles, most notably jumping into a dumpster of ice cold water, climbing through huge mud pits and crossing the finish line after getting shocked by 50,000 volts of electricity. This was my 2nd mudder, and I did the first one with Nurse Meg's husband, Matt, and another friend in St. Louis last year. It actually takes some training to be able to do the obstacles and make it through the day...but teamwork and camaraderie help a lot too! The most important thing is to find exercise that you love, go hard and have fun! I really tried to get another doctor from Pediatric Consultants to do the race with me, but everyone said they were busy or something. There's always next year, right Dr. Frizzell and Mathis?"