Spartan Up!!! Race Entry Giveaway

Last year, before I found out i was pregnant, I had thought that I would be taking the challenge of running the Spartan Special Ops Sprint here in Tampa.  Well… we all know what happened and why I wasn’t able to attempt it, so I won’t go into any more details about that.  But I will say that I’m pretty excited that in 2015 I get to redeem myself by actually attempting this obstacle course race after all.  Even better yet, I’d like to announce that Spartan has some amazing news about their upcoming season.  

For starters, Spartan has just revealed the 2015 Spartan Annual Pass.  Now those crazy enough to do so, can race any or every spartan, any time, and will receive a handful of perks along the way.  

Spartan Season PassIf your idea of a vacation is watching one of the toughest events on the planet, then you might want to set your site on Lake Tahoe, because that’s where they’ll be hosting the 2015 Spartan World Championship.  
Spartan worldchampSpartan Cash PrizesIf Tahoe isn’t your thing, maybe you’d prefer to take to the high seas for the first ever Spartan Cruise.  This is sure to be a one of a kind Spartan adventure.  This cruise is departing out of Miami and is setting sail March 6th – 9th.Spartan CruiseSpartan Don'tMiss_Cruise_1200x1200As you’re training for your next Spartan event, draw some motivation and inspiration from the founder of Spartan, Joe Desena’s new podcast.  I guarantee he will set a fire under your butt and give you some of the most motivating encouragement.  The podcast is now live here.  Spartan Up PodcastIf you’re suddenly finding yourself inspired to register for an upcoming Spartan event, make sure to use discount code SPARTANBLOGGER to save 10% off any open heat available in the continental US.  Or you could try your hand at my giveaway.  

To WIN AN ENTRY to any open heat (non-confirmed start time) in the continental U.S. leave a comment below telling me how you’ll plan to train  for your Spartan race.  

For additional entries, be sure to follow me on Instagram and on Bloglovin.  (comment with your handle below and let me know you followed me to gain those entries).  

Winner will be selected by Random.org next Wednesday.  

 

Haley is a wife, SAHM, runner and yoga enthusiast. She's a chapter leader for Moms Run This Town and very active in the race community where she lives. She spends her time juggling the duties of motherhood, while training for her various endurance style events.

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27 thoughts on “Spartan Up!!! Race Entry Giveaway”

  1. I want to run the Spartan trifecta this year, So i have been training now for 2-3 Months. I have run a Tough Mudder before but was told by a friend that Spartan Races are much more difficult. Looking to challenge myself by losing weight and continuing to run and weight train. 10 lbs down so far with about 30 left to go! Push-ups, Pull-ups, and running!!

  2. I have surrounded myself with two other Spartan runners who dedicated to our training, we hit the gym at 5:30am 5 days a week working on upper body strength. Treadmill and incline running is important too. We will continue our mountain running once the weather warms up a little. Looking forward to chasing my first trifecta this year.

  3. Lots of hill repeats with and without sandbags, trail runs, rock climbing and regular gym workouts. These have worked for me in the past and hope they continue to work this coming season.

    I also followed you on instagram – ocr_freak

  4. I am training for a Spartan race by.running, strength training, fill my backpack up with books and run two miles with it, purchased a homer bucket filled it with sand and walk a lap around the house with it,.

    1. Congratulations Ray! You are my new Spartan Race winner. Please email me Runningwithdiapers (at) gmail (dot) com to receive your registration code.
      (you will have 24 hours to claim your prize)

  5. I let my workout routine fall by the way side in 2014 (and gained about 15 pounds as a result) so I have been working on just getting myself back into decent running condition. Three miles doesn’t feel as easy as it used to!

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