Before I get in to my Spartan Ready post, I’d like to thank Claire for getting me motivated for this challenge.
I want to explore my writing and my blog more, and what better way to do that by doing a blogging challenge.
For 31 days I will blog about my life. Claire has so kindly created a list of daily blogs posts, which you can find title here. I will include as many of these blog themes as possible, but not all will fit, as I have some regular blog posts that I do each week, so unfortunately I’m going to have to miss out on those or I might incorporate them in the blog post, we’ll see.
Either way, enjoy!
The Count Down is now on for Spartan Race!
My Spartan ‘Sprint’ is on the 31st May 2014, and I’m excited.
Don’t know what a Spartan race is read this:
Spartan Race is on a mission to get you active, healthy and excited about change.
With 4 race formats, from the 7k Sprint to the 42K Ultra-Beast, you can choose your distance and race against the clock as you climb ropes, throw spears, swim dams, jump fires and scale walls, individually or as part of a team.
Nothing worth having comes easy. You’ll be pushed to your limits,discover new strengths and have a blast on course.
Looking for your next challenge? Welcome to Spartan Race.
So what does one do to get ready for a Spartan event?
Well I’m doing a running / Aslyum 2 hybrid.
Aslyum 2 is a beachbody program designed by Shaun T (who has done other beachbody programs like Insanity and Hip Hop Abs).
It’s a pro athlete training program which is designed to get you leaner, faster, and stronger than ever.
But on top of that I’m doing a Spartan30 Challenge.
I’ve chose to do 30 Burpees for 30 days.
Why Burpees? Well it’s a given really, if I fail an obstacle at Spartan then I have to do 30 Burpees before I can move on to my next obstacle.
What I love about Spartan is it’s spirit, like Tough Mudder it’s all about camaraderie, community and believing in yourself.
I look forward to the next 31 days.
Have you completed a Spartan Race?
Have you done a Spartan 30 day challenge? If so which one?
Have you every done a 30 day blog challenge? If so how did it go?
13 thoughts on “Getting Spartan Ready”
Welcome! This could be the Tough Mudder of Blogging for me. Looking forward to having you join along when you can, the beauty is of course, that you can make you own rules.
Thanks Claire, I think this will be the Tough Mudder of blogging for me too, but we’re in this together.
And the beauty of rules is they can be broken… er I mean modified… yeah modified 😉
Wow! Very inspiring. I will eat donuts in your honour, okay? 😉
hmm donunts, you know what I haven’t had a donut in ages. Now I want one… damn it 😛
I’ve read that the Spartan challenge is the shiz, and much better than Tough Mudder! – GO YOU – I can’t wait to follow your progress!
Thanks. I’m never but excited to do Spartan. I think it helps that I have a team.
Either way check back, because I know there will be Spartan updates.
I just read your post-I might to lay down for a rest-Best of luck with your Spartan challenge, better you than me (I say that in the nicest way possible) look forward to blogging in May with you xx
No offence taken! Thanks for stopping by.
Good luck with getting ready for it! I only learned about Spartan events, after I got my work injury. I hope one day in the future to be able to try one myself, we have a great one here in Utah:) Looking forward to hearing about it after the 31st!!!
You should volunteer, it’s a great experience, and you’ll get heaps out of it. Plus you get a free entry which you have a year to use (well in Aus that is).
Good luck! I am exhausted just reading about it.
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