This might be a little too much to take, for a couple of reasons.
Greco-Roman Olympic wrestler and TV analyst Rulon Gardner was recently tabbed Wisk Deep Clean's first Official Sweat Ambassador.
It's touted that as a 300-pound athlete, Gardner will sweat about 6-10 pounds off during a full workout. The product claims to target the body oils and sweat that get trapped deep in the fabric of garments and build up over time.
I'll take his word for it.
The Classic Race, the popular 10K/5K/Kids K competition is set for Sept. 8 at Layton Commons Park. Racing begins at 8 a.m.
The worthy event benefits heart services at McKay-Dee Hospital Center.
To register, visit www.theclassicrace.blogspot.com.
Also, the Reader's Open is set for Sept. 14 at Remuda Golf Course. The tourney benefits Standard-Examiner's Newspaper in Education program. To sign up, call 801-625-4425
Four Southern Utah University football players -- including former Bonneville High center Gavin Farr -- were named to the College Sports Network preseason All-America squad. The others are offensive guard Zach Brackus (Salt Lake City), quarterback Brad Sorensen (Grand Terrace, Calif.), and defensive tackle Cody Larsen (Draper). ...
Weber Pathways will hold its trail mixer on Aug. 17 at Snowbasin Resort. Lots of fun set for 2-6:30 p.m., followed by dinner and auction. Proceeds promote, construct and protect pathways and open space in Weber County. For details and costs, visit www.weberpathways.org. ...
Brad Sutterfield was named the new men's golf coach at Dixie State. He has been the lead instructor at the Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf at The Ledges of St. George for the past four years. ..
Jazzman DeMarre Carroll drew the assignment of conducting 16 Junior Jazz clinics this past week in Northern Utah, Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. ...
Talk about specialized training: Wiley Petersen and 2004 bull riding world champion Dustin Elliott have launched BullRiderCoach.com, offering training videos, articles and their more than 40 years experience as contestants to help bull riders who are looking to "improve their riding or just simply looking to get into the sport."
Chris J. Miller is sports editor for the Standard-Examiner.