You might be living under a rock if you’ve not heard of the Reebok Spartan Race series! While there have been several “obstacle” style races popping up over the last few years, Spartan Race events are the real deal. They will, without a doubt, challenge you, get you (way!) outside of your comfort zone, kick your ass, and likely have you begging for more!!
Spartan Race encompasses everything I love about pushing my limits and seeing what I’m made of. Yet, here is my grand disclosure… I haven’t actually done one… Yet!
I was beyond thrilled when the fine folks behind the Spartan Race series contacted me a few weeks ago and invited me to get initiated into the club. While I’m a little nervous (and that would be the fear talking), I’m also really excited to finally become a Spartan!
I’m also hoping to check out these recently released sweet kicks especially for Spartans! These Reebok All-Terrain shoes are designed to be lightweight, breathable, and are made to allow water to drain from them! I could do some serious adventuring in these babies!
So who’s up for some mud splatterin’, test of strength, obstacle course fun? Because one lucky Wasn’t Just the Wine Talking reader is going to win a free entry into a 2014 Spartan Race of their choice! Even if you don’t win, you’re still gonna get lucky because I also have a sweet deal for 15% off on your entry!!
To enter, follow the link below to Rafflecopter.com. There are several ways to earn entries so get to it!! Contest ends at midnight 5/11/14. The free entry is good for any open heat (non-confirmed start time) in any 2014 Spartan Race in the continental US.
If you want to register for a Spartan Race, take advantage of 15% off savings! Get the discount code by clicking HERE.
I want to give a huge shout-out to the awesome team at Spartan Race for inviting me to try out the World’s Best Obstacle Race Series, allowing me to give away a free entry to a reader, and offering the 15% discount too!!
Leaving a comment will get you an entry so tell me: have you done a Spartan Race? Any helpful hints or tips?