Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Are You Up for the Spartan Race Challenge?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Spartan Race. All opinions are 100% mine.

Do you know about Spartan Race, the new craze right now in pushing your body to the limit and a revolutionary way of working out? Well, if not then check out Spartan Race now. The idea why this is created is to have fun and be entertained while working out. This is also another way of the family to bond and achieve the goals of having a healthy body and sound mind in a Spartan way.

My husband love to run marathon and he is encouraging me to join him. I am still in the process of conditioning my mind since it will really entail and needs time and effort. I don't want to embark on something half-bake, willingness wise. This Spartan race sounds interesting. It will not only make you physically fit but can mentally challenge you, which is a good way to build more confidence and toughness.

The Spartan Race starts with a beginner challenge of 5K sprint trail and mud races. I needed this. I have been telling myself to get off our couch and start hitting the trails near us. After this trail race there is the marathon runs, but wait, accordingly not only purely running but with obstacles of course. The Spartan Race organizers though assured that 99.9% of those who tried this saw the finish line and fully satisfied. I think I have to introduce this to my husband who loves races like this. He will not only like it but I am pretty sure he will love and enjoy the race and challenge. I want to try it too.

So, are you up to the challenge? If so, check out and sign up. For more information and if you want answers to your questions about Spartan Race, check out http://www.spartanrace.com//spartan-race-obstacle-course-faq.html as well. Get the physical boost that you need and be mentally tough! If you can endure the challenges here, you will surely surpass all the obstacles that life throws at you.

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John Davidson said...

That sounds like an intense race. I've been training for a 10km race myself and have been finding it very difficult to stay motivated.

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