Hey Spartans! Did you know you could pre-order Joe DeSena’s new book, “Spartan Fit”? The book will be available this summer.
“Spartan Fit” is the sequel to the international bestseller, “Spartan Up!”
31 Days. Transform your Mind. Transform Your Body. Commit to Grit. No Gym Required.
- A 31-day workout and diet plan to prepare for the Spartan Sprint — or to just get you in ultimate shape
- Full-body workouts requiring no gym and no weights
- How to build fitness levels from one race to the next
- Inspiring, motivating stories of Spartans
A complete Spartan training guide, Spartan Fit! arms readers with the strength, knowledge, and grit to never question their potential again, both on and off the race course.
This is great! I have followed some of the spartan online learning, but having a copy of “Spartan Fit” would be great also.
I have participated in the Spartan Sprint, but I have been looking at these four different Spartan Endurance races – Hurricane Heat, Hurricane Heat 12 hour, Ultra Beast, and the new Agoge.
There are three main types of Spartan Races.
For beginners we recommend the Sprint. Spartan’s shortest courses are 3+ miles and 20+ obstacles. Complete the race at your own pace. If you fail an obstacle along the way, you owe us 30 burpees before continuing on.
Ready for more? The Super is 8+ miles, 24+ obstacles, and often hosted on a tougher terrain.
The hardest of the three races is the Beast: 12+ miles and 30+ obstacles. We’ll leave the challenges of the course to your imagination.
For kids we offer Jr. Varsity and Varsity races. These races, ½ – 1 mile in distance, have an emphasis on teamwork, fun and getting muddy.
For those who dare: check out their Ultra Beast, Hurricane Heat, Hurricane Heat 12 Hour and Agoge endurance races.
As you prepare for any of the Spartan Races do not forget to grab a copy of “Spartan Fit”. AROO!
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