Putting your manliness to the test every now and then can be a good thing, unless that test requires a plastic cup and laminated magazines, in which case, get ready to blame your cellphone/ laptop/ casual marijuana addiction. For an activity that's almost as invigorating, try Tarzan's Cup. Designed to let you "connect with your primal side", Tarzan's costumes-encouraged "Going Bananas" 3.2mi course loops through Oleta River State Park's mangrove jungles 'n swamps, and over/ through/ around obstacles that can be tackled solo, as a co-ed "Tarzan & Jane" duo, or as a four-person team, also what they call the Heat when they're feeling particularly generous towards Mike Bibby. The warrior-worthy trail houses a butt=load of challenges both natural and man-made, making you lug sandbags, ford mud pits, cross suspended log bridges, and either wade or cross 10yds of river by tugging along a submerged rope, or paying the Indians to help you cross it, although that does take away money you're gonna need later for wagon tongues. They've also got up to six different Tarzan-themed obstacles in the "Jungly Jym" that meets your weary frame before the finish line, from rope-swinging, to crossing an inverted wood pole while hanging upside down, to scaling a "Ninja Wall", which's incidentally is a great place to post hilarious stuff on IChopPeopleInTheFacebook.
Following next Saturday's to-do, there're three more insane races running roughly every three weeks until September's ultimate 6.2mi championship course, when the person/team with the most points from the series is rewarded with the Tarzan Cup. Every race'll also finish up with a celebratory BBQ, plus a contest to see who can do the best "Tarzan call", which's exactly what your gf will be doing once you get those results from the clinic.