Monday, May 8, 2017

Healthy Exercise and Food

Powered by Beef Kid's Ninja Experience with Idaho's Cowboy Ninja Lance Pekus

Boise– The Idaho Beef Council and Camp Rhino are hosting the first annual Powered by Beef Kid’s Ninja Experience on May 13th at Camp Rhino in Boise. The event will feature The Cowboy Ninja, Lance Pekus, from America Ninja Warrior.  Approximately 50 students from area elementary schools will participate in supervised obstacle course activities with the Cowboy Ninja and Camp Rhino trainers, learn about how physical fitness and healthy eating can benefit them for a lifetime from the Cowboy Ninja and other health professionals, and enjoy a delicious lunch concluding the activity portion of the event.  

Lance Pekus, the Cowboy Ninja, is a local rancher from Salmon, Idaho who is competitor in the television show American Ninja Warrior and has competed in them for the past several years. He also participates in other ninja related events such as Team Ninja Warrior and Spartan Ninja Ultimate Team Challenge. He is also an active public speaker often speaking to adolescents about healthy eating and active lifestyles. 

For more information about the event, contact the Idaho Beef Council at (208) 376-6004.  

  Saturday, May 13th 10:00am – 12:30pm

Camp Rhino Boise/5244 W. Overland Road

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